Jasmine Paolini Net Worth: Career Earnings, Income And Family

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Jasmine Paolini is estimated to have a net worth in the range of $1-$2 million, garnered mainly from her professional career.

Paolini also earns a significant amount from her endorsement and sponsorship deals.

Some of the major sponsors of Paolini are ASICS, Yonex, Enervit Sport, and DS Automobiles.

Jasmine Paolini, A Professional Tennis Player
Jasmine Paolini, A Professional Tennis Player (Source: Instagram)

Jasmine Paolini (born: January 4, 1996) is an Italian tennis player with one singles and one doubles title on the WTA Tour.

She made her WTA Tour debut in 2015 as a wildcard into the main draw of the doubles tournament at the Italian Open.

In the WTA Challenger, she got hands in two singles titles- having won the 2021 Bol Ladies Open (against Arantxa Rus) and the 2023 Florence Ladies Open (against Taylor Townsend).

Similarly, she won one doubles title and eight doubles titles on the ITF Circuit.

In her professional career so far, she has a 57% win ratio in singles with a career-high ranking of No. 42 and 43.2% in doubles with a career-high ranking of No. 122.

Throughout her career, she has faced talented & fierce WTA players like Jil Teichmann, Sara Errani, Viktorija Golubic & Mayar Sherifm, to name a few.

Jasmine Paolini Net Worth: Career Earnings, Income

The 48-year-old tennis player has reportedly amassed an impressive net worth of around $1-$2 million.

Most of her fortune comes from her earnings from her professional tennis career. Some of it comes from her endorsement deals with sports brands, automobiles, and a few others.

As per the WTA official site, the Italian tennis player has earned $2,137,552 in prize money from her tennis career.

The #44 in the WTA singles ranking has reportedly earned $330,698 so far in the year 2023.

Her first WTA doubles title came at the 2021 Hamburg European Open, partnering with Jil Teichman, where Paolini reportedly earned $39,408.

Similarly, in her first singles title at the 2021 Slovenia Open, she reportedly earned $29,200.

Jasmine Paolini With Her Official Tennis Kit Sponsor Yonex
Jasmine Paolini With Her Official Tennis Kit Sponsor, Yonex (Source: Instagram)

Moreover, Paolini has had several first-round and second-round finishes in the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open, which must have allowed her to cash out some handsome money.

Besides, her endorsement deals allow her to pocket some extra fortune. She has a deal with Yonex Italia for her tennis kits. Similarly, ASCIS Tennis is the official kicks partner for the Italian tennis player.

Paolini also has a deal with DS Automobiles Italia and is the brand ambassador for the DS Store Lucca.

She is also linked with a nutrition company, Enervit Sport, which sells a range of nutritional and energy products.

However, there is no available information about the figures of her contract with all the brands she endorses.

Jasmine Paolini Family

Jasmine was born to her father, Ugo Paolini, and mother, Jacqueline Gardiner, in Castelnuovo di Garfagnana, Italy.

Her father is of Italian descent, while her mother is of Ghanaian and Polish descent.

The reason Jasmine pursued a tennis career was her parents, who always encouraged her to participate in sports as a young girl.

Jasmine Paolini With Her Brother William
Jasmine Paolini With Her Brother William (Source: Instagram)

Watching her uncle, Adriano Paolini, play tennis, Jasmine started playing tennis at 5 and decided to join the tennis club.

Besides she also has a younger brother, William Paolini. Following in the footsteps of his elder sister, William also plays tennis.

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