Net Worth: $25.5 Million
Henman, Britain’s best tennis player since the war – until Andy Murray came along – never managed to win a Grand Slam tournament and was a four-time Wimbledon semi-finalist. Henman, 36, who retired in 2007, made more than $12 million in prize money. His career sponsorship money is reckoned to have hit $32 million.
Tim Henman comes from a privileged sporting family: his father Tony, a solicitor, was accomplished at various sports, including tennis and squash. His mother Jane, a dress designer, played Junior Wimbledon and introduced Tim and his older brothers Michael and Richard to tennis as soon as they could walk on the family’s vast grass court.His great grandfather played at Wimbledon. His maternal grandfather, Henry Billington, played at Wimbledon between 1948 and 1951,plus representing Britain in the Davis Cup in 1948, 1950 and 1951.