Sofia Kenin is a promising American professional tennis star. Read the full article to know his net worth, wife, salary, and height.
Kenin became a professional tennis player in 2017. She was a tennis freak even in her childhood and impressed the legendary coach Rick Macci when she was just five.
The Russian player has a range of shots that puts his opponents in awe. She has improved her game and has adopted an aggressive approach that is becoming much more consistent with passing years. Though she has struggled throughout the 2021 season, her fans believe that her skills and mental toughness will make her rise again soon in the game.
Sofia Kenin is currently holding a career-high WTA ranking of number 4 in the world and is also the top-ranked American tennis player in women’s singles. She has earned a total of five WTA singles titles and two WTA doubles titles.
Kenin also won the 2020 Australian Open Championship title that earned her the WTA Player of the year award. Her admirers were hopeful for another win in the 2020 French Open tournament but she ended up being a runner-up.
Sofia Kenin’s details
|Full Name||Sofia Anna Kenin|
|Born||November 14, 1998|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Father name||Alex Kenin|
|Mother name||Lena Kenin|
Sofia Kenin is just 23. She has already gained a solid position in her short career so far and is trying to maintain her athleticism in the game.
Sofia Kenin’s Net worth and Salary
The Moscow native has a whopping net worth of about $3 million and earns an annual salary of $5.8 million. Apart from that she also earns a decent amount through endorsements. FILA has recently announced its sponsorship deal with Kenin.
The 23-year-old has a decent height of 170 cm. She also has a well-maintained body that is perfectly suitable for an athlete.
Kenin is often recognized by her nickname “Sonya”. Although most people in the tennis fraternity call him by her full name.
Recent News about Sofia Kenin
Sofia Kenin’s father is back in her coaching team after the earlier professional split. After grabbing the glorious victory in the 2020 Australian Open by beating Garbine Muguruza and climbing to the number 4 ranking she kind of lost her track.
The American tennis star struggled to gain her form and moved to number 12 in the ranking. She also left the US Open after she tested positive for Covid-19. However, she is hopeful for the next season and shared the news of her father’s return through a social media post. She wrote on Instagram,
“This year has been a very bumpy road. I’m finally back to training and doing what I love! I’m happy to have my dad in my life who has always been there for me through thick and thin. Excited that he’s part of my team and I’m super excited to get back on the court competing again next year.”