What is Federico Delbonis - net worth, salary, prize money, endorsements?

The Argentine player achieved his career-high singles ranking of World No. 33 in May 2016.

Federico Delbonis in a file photo. (Image: Twitter/Roland Garros)

Argentine veteran Federico Delbonis has been on the tennis horizon since 2009. He has represented his nation in singles and doubles categories. The 31-year-old rose up to his best singles ranking of World No. 33 in May 2016 while his best doubles ranking of World No. 110 came in July 2019. One of the most notable moments in his career came in 2013 when he defeated Swiss-ace Roger Federer to make it to his first ATP Tour final at the 2013 International German Open. He, however, lost in the summit clash to Fabio Fognini to finish as runners-up.

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2014 turned out to be a fruitful year for the Argentine as he went on to clinch his first-ever ATP title when he defeated Paolo Lorenzi in three sets at the 2014 Brasil Open. His stature later grew in the next two years as he achieved his career-best singles rankings in 2016 and also won his second ATP title. 

However, the Argentine, remains bereft of a fine run in major championships. His best finish at the majors came in 2021 when he reached the fourth round of the French Open

Federico Delbonis’ net worth and salary 

The World No.33 has a net worth of $105 Million USD. The 6 feet 4 inches tall tennis player also has a salary of $619,060 USD.

Federico Delbonis salary breakup

Here is the prize money of Federico Delbonis’ Salary break-up in the years he has been on the ATP tour.

YearPrize Money (All in USD)Titles Won

Federico Delbonis’ endorsements 

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