Cristian Garin is a professional tennis player from Chile. The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has him ranked as high as world No. 17 in singles, which he first achieved on September 13, 2021, and he is currently Chile’s No. 1. He also holds the world No. 206 doubles ranking, which he achieved on May 10, 2021. Garin became the youngest Chilean player to win an ATP Tour match when he defeated Dusan Lajovic in the first round of the 2013 VTR Open at the age of 16 years and 8 months. He won the Junior French Open in 2013, defeating Alexander Zverev in the final.
The Chilean has five ATP Tour titles, all of which he has won on clay. He had his first consistent results on the ATP Tour in early 2019, reaching three finals in five tournaments: runner-up in the 2019 Brasil Open, first ATP title at the 2019 U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championships, and second title at the 2019 BMW Open. Garin won his third title at the Cordoba Open in 2020. He became the sixth Chilean man to reach the top 20 after winning his first ATP Tour 500 title at the 2020 Rio Open.
Garin began 2021 by exiting the Delray Beach Open and the Argentina Open in the second round. After that, he was seeded first in his home tournament, the 2021 Chile Open. He reached the final of Chile’s only ATP Tour tournament after consecutive wins over fellow Chilean Alejandro Tabilo, Juan Pablo Varillas, and Daniel Elahi Galan without dropping a set. He won his fifth title by defeating Facundo Bagnis in three sets. Before the European claycourt season, he competed in the Miami Open in 2021, losing in the second round to Marin Cilic in three tight sets.
According to 2020, his monthly salary is $2,178,485 USD. He is a professional Chilean tennis player who has a net worth of $2-$4 million USD (approx).
Here is a breakup of Christian Garin Price Money for all his years in the ATP Circuit
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Cristian has had a racquet deal with Head since 2019, after leaving Wilson in 2018. Adidas began sponsoring him for apparel and sportswear in 2019. Banking company, Banco de Chile, made Cristian its brand ambassador soon after he won ATP Houston in April 2019. He also has a deal with and wears the name of Gillette on his shirt.