Johanna Konta has finally “ran out of steam” as she has announced her retirement from professional tennis. The 30-year-old must have a large net worth as her career-high achievement is placing fourth in the world. Let’s find out how much the star has earned.

She may be retiring without a Grand Slam but she has reached the semifinals of the Australian Open 2016, Wimbledon 2017, and French Open 2019.

Let’s delve into the tennis star’s career earnings and net worth as she retires at 30 years old.

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Johanna Konta’s net worth

During her successful professional tennis career and time on the WTA courts, Konta has earned $9,727,685. Therefore, she has an estimated net worth of $4 million.

Much of her money may come from her professional career but she also has many brand deals. Her two main sponsors are Ellesse and Babolat. Not to forget her brand deal with popular handbag and suitcase company Radley. In 2017 she also became the first UK ambassador of Nature Valley cereal bars.

Not all of her money goes directly to her bank, Johanna is charity-driven and pledges her support to StarCards. This is a tennis charity auction that raises money for the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.

Along with this, Jo supports homeless people on the streets of London. She is an ambassador for Centrepoint, which is a charity that focuses mainly on those who are homeless and are young.

Konta’s career earnings explored

Johanna Konta has had a prolific career and it has definitely earned her some big bucks.

On the WTA circuit, she has three titles and in the ITF circuit, she has received 11 titles. The money breakdown from these titles will contribute largely to her career earnings.

She was a quarter-finalist at the US Open which means she would have earned $425,000 (£306,000). Jo also reached the semifinals at the French Open winning her $454,000 (£341,000.)

In 2017 Johanna Konta was the Miami Open champion earning her £940,000. Later that year she went through to the semifinals of Wimbledon where the prize money is $813,114.53.

In 2018, she had a fairly quiet year but the following year, 2019, she was back and better than ever; reaching the Italian Open final (€205,190) and the Wimbledon quarter-finals ($423,455).

It is thought that she has won an estimate of £7.5m in prize money.

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