Net Worth: $40 Million
Ivan Lendl is a former professional tennis player with an estimated net worth of $40 Million. Lendl ranks all-time 9th in tennis earnings according to data released by ATP. He has been a former world #1 tennis player.
During all of 1980s, he was one of the best players, and during the 1990s, he remained the best competitor. Lendl is described as one of the greatest tennis players ever. His strength and the ability to topspin the ball from the baseline have helped him power over his competitors. He was able to win eight Grand Slam singles titles. Ivan has won 94 ATP tour titles. He fought for 19 Grand Slam Singles, which is a record that was surpassed by Roger Federer.
For consecutive 11 years, Ivan made to the Grand Slam finals, which is also a record. Lendl shares the record with Pete Sampras, another tennis legend. He is the winner of two WCT titles and five Masters Grand Prix titles. Between 1980 and 1989, he has won 22 championship series titles.
On 28th February 1983 he reached the #1 position in the ATP rating for the first time. He made it to the first position after defeating John McEnroe in the French Open finals. Till August 1990, Lendl was able to maintain the position, but Mats Wilander was at the top for some time when Ivan was on a break from September 1988 to January 1989. Ivan Lendl was at the #1 position for 270 weeks. He broke the record of Jimmy Connors.
In later years, Ivan turned a coach. He has been coaching Andy Murray since December 2011. Ivan has often been described as a man who couldn’t laugh. He was rarely seen on court even smiling.