Hubert Hurkacz is currently on cloud nine when it comes to his net worth, salary, and brand endorsements in 2021. The main reason can be pinpointed to that one fateful day in the quarterfinal of Wimbledon 2021. The match was against Roger Federer, an eight-time Wimbledon champion and King of the hallowed turf. Everyone present on center court wanted Federer to script miracles. But, Hubert Hurkacz destroyed Federer in a magnificent display of Tennis. Hurkacz won the first two sets 6-3, 7-6 (4) and was on the cusp of registering a famous win.
But, it was the manner of Hubert Hurkacz’s win that shocked the world. Hurkacz decimated Federer 6-0 in the third set to clinch a comprehensive win. It was the first time in decades that Federer suffered a 6-0 defeat in a set. Hubert Hurkacz had put Poland on the map of Tennis along with Iga Swiatek. The exploits in Wimbledon made Hubert Hurkacz a household name and sponsors came on board to fuel his ambition.
In fact, it was a bittersweet win for Hubert Hurkacz. He began playing Tennis at the age of five thanks to his mother. He honed his Tennis skills by watching Federer in action. Thus, to defeat his idol on way to his glory would have proved to be difficult for Hubert Hurkacz. But, the win gave the Polish star glory and entry into the top 10 of the ATP Tennis rankings.
Hubert Hurkacz has made big strides in a short career of four years so far. His net worth is USD 2 million. Hurkacz is versatile on all surfaces. What makes him a potent force is that he is also good in doubles, a rare combination in the Tennis world especially among men.
Hubert Hurkacz became a household name when he defeated Roger Federer in an emphatic fashion in the 2021 Wimbledon quarterfinal. The Polish superstar, at the age of 24, has already received a lot of brand endorsements and sponsorships in the last year. Here is the list of Hubert Hurkacz’s brand endorsements and sponsors
Yonex, a Japanese Sports company, is the primary sponsor for Hubert Hurkacz. The Polish star plays with YONEX VCORE PRO 97 racquet and uses a Pro Series bag, ECLIPSION3 tennis.
The racquet has a head size of 97 square inches, a length of 27 inches, and it weighs around 323 grams. The string pattern of his racquet is 16×19. The Yonex VCORE Pro 97 is one of Yonex’s most popular models around the globe.
This is one of Poland’s largest oil and gas corporations based in Gdask. The company is the principal partner for Hubert Hurkacz and their contract has been extended until 2022. Hubert Hurkacz will wear the Lotos logo on his sleeve. In addition to being the principal partner for Hurkacz, the Polish Tennis player is also the Brand Ambassador for the National Tennis Promotion Program in the country.
Hubert Hurkacz made a big splash in 2019 when he won the Winston Salem Open in August. This was the first time that he had won an ATP title and this paved the way for Hurkacz to break into the millionaire club. Although he did not win any singles titles in 2020, he did achieve glory in the doubles. During the Rolex Paris Masters, he partnered Felix Auger-Aliassime to win the title. Although he won less than one million USD in 2020, he did not participate much due to the coronavirus pandemic.
2021 has been a breakthrough year for Hubert Hurkacz. His first win came at the Delray Beach Open at the start of the year. However, his biggest achievements came in the middle of the year. He won yet another tournament in Miami and reached the semifinal of Wimbledon. Hurkacz won his third and final tournament in 2021 at Metz. The year 2021 saw him earn overall prize money of USD 2,313, 289.
|Year||Prize Money||Singles Titles||Doubles Titles||Singles W/L|
Hubert Hurkacz actually had an Indian beginning to his career in 2018. His first-ever major tournament as an ATP professional was the Maharashtra Open in Pune. When he started out, his first major achievement was reaching the quarterfinal of the Indian Wells tournament, an ATP 1000 event where he lost to Federer. He failed to make an impact until the middle of 2019 when he won the Winston-Salem Open to showcase his potential.
The year 2020 saw some curtailment due to the coronavirus pandemic. After actively participating in the tournament until February, Hubert Hurkacz did not play any games until August. However, he did get glory when partnering with Felix Auger-Aliassime, he won the Rolex Paris Masters.
2021 would prove to be a great year for Hubert Hurkacz. He won the Delray Beach Open and also the Miami Open titles. But, his greatest feat would be Wimbledon where he reached the semifinal. Along the way, he defeated Roger Federer in straight sets in the quarterfinal which included a 6-0 win in the third set. Although he lost to Matteo Berrettini in the semi-final, Hurkacz gained great fame. He continued his great run in 2021 by beating Pablo Carreno Busta in the final in Metz for his third title.
|Winston-Salem Open||Benoit Paire||6-3,3-6,6-3|
Rolex Paris Masters (Doubles win with Felix Auger-Aliassime)
|Rolex Paris Masters||Mate Pavic/ Bruno Soares||6-7 (3), 7-6 (7), 1-0 (10-2)|
|Delray Beach Open||Sebastian Korda||6-3, 6-3|
|Miami||Jannik Sinner||7-6 (4), 6-4|
|Metz||Pablo Carreno Busta||7-6 (2), 6-3|
Here is the complete list of Hubert Hurkacz’s titles and finals appearances in Grand Slams in his career year
In the last couple of years, Hubert Hurkacz has made massive strides in singles. Ever since he made his professional debut in 2015, Hurkacz struggled for impact in the first couple of years. However, his career took off in 2019 when he won the Winston-Salem Open. 2021 proved to be the biggest year in his career as he won three ATP titles and reached the semi-final of Wimbledon. The wins in Delray Beach, Miami, and Metz have ensured Hubert Hurkacz has ended the 2021 season inside the top 10.
Apart from Yonex, Hubert Hurkacz is fond of driving cars although he has not endorsed one. His favorite car is a McLaren GT and his childhood passion for cars has seen him become a style icon in Poland.
Hubert Hurkacz was born in Wroclaw, Poland on February 11, 1997. His Tennis style is right-handed serve with a two-handed backhand. Hurkacz grew up in a family with athletic prowess. His mother, Zofia Maliszewska-Hurkacz, was a junior tennis champion in Poland and one of his uncles, Tomasz Maliszewski, played tennis professionally. His grandfather was also a volleyball player at an international level. His father’s name is Krzysztof Hurkacz. At 6 feet 5 inches and at the age of 24, Hurkacz is one of the most eligible bachelors in Poland. But, currently, there are no reports that he is dating someone.
|Height||6 feet 5 inches (1.96 m)|
|Date of Birth||February 11, 1997|
|Total Prize Money||USD 4,443,328|
|Net Worth||USD 2 million|
|Place of Birth||Wroclaw, Poland|