Venus Williams Net Worth: A Look Into Her Career Earnings

Venus Williams plays tennis professionally and is American. Former World No. 1 Venus Williams is widely recognized for establishing a new era of dominance on the women’s professional tennis circuit. She is credited with being the first American black woman to accomplish this achievement during the Open Era and has held the World No. 1 singles ranking on three different occasions.

Venus Williams Net Worth

Venus Williams Net Worth is $95 Million currently. Richard Williams and Oracene Price welcomed Venus Ebony Starr Williams into the world on June 17, 1980 in Lynwood, California. In order for Venus and her sister Serena to attend Rick Macci’s tennis academy, the Williams family relocated from Compton, California, to West Palm Beach, Florida, when Venus was ten years old.

Venus Williams Net Worth

When Venus was 11 years old, Richard Williams pulled her and Serena from national junior tennis competitions. Williams was the top-ranked under-12 player in Southern California at the time and had a 63-0 record on the United States Tennis Association junior tour. Richard withdrew his girls from Macci’s program in 1995 and afterwards assumed full responsibility for their instruction.

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Venus Williams’ Career Income

Venus had made $38 million on the court by the end of 2017. With that, she surpassed Maria Sharapova ($36.5 million) to become the second-highest-paid female tennis player of all time, trailing only sister Serena Williams ($85 million). Her career earnings as of March 2022 total more than $42 million.

Venus often earns between $5 and $10 million year from endorsements off the court.

Venus Williams’ Real Estate

Venus Williams invested about $10 million in the beginning of 2019 to purchase a private waterfront “retirement home” with its own beach and separate cottage for sister Serena in upscale Jupiter Island, Florida. Three bedrooms are in the main home. The property lacks a tennis court but does have two guesthouses, lush tropical gardens, spectacular ocean views, a pool, an outdoor kitchen, and a bar.

During their tennis careers, Venus and Serena shared a Florida mansion in Palm Beach Gardens that they purchased in 1998 for more than $600,000. Twenty years later, they put a $2.5 million price on the listing.

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