The Argentine professional tennis player Diego Schwartzman is famous for his impressive return game. Read the full article to know his net worth, wife, salary, and height.
Schwartzman is an aggressive baseline player. Diego is capable of both counterpunching and going on the offensive. He is a better player of the return shot rather than serve. He has gained victory in a total of four ATP singles titles.
The Buenos native started his career in 2010. Diego first appeared in a grand slam event in the year 2014. He lost in the first shot but won four titles of the ATP Challenger Wout in the same year. In 2015, he became the semi-finalist in the Istanbul Open. The next year, he was able to win his first-ever title of the Istanbul Open.
The year 2017 can be named as the best year of Schwartzman. He won a total of 39 singles matches and earned huge prize money of $1,536,000. He held another famous ATP title in the year 2019 at the Los Cabos Open tournament. In the year 2020, he reached his career-best ranking of eight in singles.
El Peque is best known for his successes on the clay rather than on grass or hard courts. However, in recent years he is trying to make his game more versatile. As a result, many of his latest wins came on the grass.
Diego Schwartzman’s details
|Full Name||Diego Sebastian Schwartzman|
|Born||August 16, 1992, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Birthplace||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Net Worth||$7 million|
|Father name||Ricardo Schwartzman|
|Mother name||Silvana Schwartzman|
The Argentine athlete is 29 years old and has a long career ahead to prove his skills in the game.
Diego Schwartzman Net worth and Salary
Schwartzman has a net worth of $7 million. He also earns through various endorsements. He is endorsed by the Italian company Fila, which sells sporting goods. Schwartzman also endorses a sports and clothing company called Head. His salary is about $1,724,862.
Schwartzman has an adequate height of 170 cm. He is the shortest player who has reached the top ten rankings since the year 1970. Though he is short, he carries a two inches longer racket than usual.
The Argentine native has got a nickname of “El Peque”. This is a Spanish word that means “shorty”. His fellows call him by that nickname because of his short height.
Recent News about Schwartzman
Schwartzman got involved in a verbal feud with the former coach of Dominic Thiem. Diego defeated Gael Monfils in a match at the Vienna Open. Schwartzman reached the quarter-finals but things between coach Gunther Bresnik and El Peque started turning ugly soon. Bresnik was accused of constantly staring and booing the Argentine player. Schwartzman confronted the coach by saying,
“He is so stupid. He doesn’t stop looking at me,”
“But why are you talking to me?”
Schwartzman lost his cool during the heated moment but after his win, all is good with him and his fans.