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Anna Kournikova Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Anna Sergeyevna Kournikova was born on 7 June 1981, in Moscow, Russian SFSR. She became one of the most successful and famous tennis players in the world. Despite the fact that now Anna is not able to play tennis professionally because of her injuries, she still remains very popular and participates in various projects and charity events. During her career Anna won numerous titles and other competitions. She is known for reaching No. 8 in the world and also for winning several Grand Slam titles. What is more, Anna has won such awards as WTA Newcomer of the Year and WTA Doubles Team of the Year. Clearly, Anna is a very active and hardworking person, who tries to achieve the best results.
So how rich is Anna Kournikova? It is estimated that Anna’s net worth is $50 million. She mainly gained this sum of money during her career as a tennis player. Her collaborations with various companies have also added a lot to this sum. What is more, Anna has many other activities which also help to increase her net worth.
Anna Kournikova Net Worth $50 Million
Anna’s parents are also well-known athletes, so there is a high chance that this influenced her choice to become a tennis player. Anna started playing tennis from a very young age and step by step her skills improved. She was a part of the Spartak Tennis Club and had an opportunity to be trained by Larissa Preobrazhenskaya. Soon Anna started participating in various competitions and gained more and more attention from others. When she was only 10 years old, she started training at Nick Bollettieri’s tennis academy. Four years later Kournikova won the European Championship and this was the time when her net worth really began growing. Later she continued showing great results at various tournaments and soon she gained the titles of Junior European Champion U-18 and ITF Junior World Champion U-18.
In 1995 Anna won the Fed Cup and this had a huge impact on the growth of Anna’s net worth. Of course, not all tournaments were successful for Anna, but she never gave up and continued improving her skills and achieving better results. In 1999 Anna and Martina Hingis won the Australian doubles Grand Slam title and proved that she was successful in doubles as well. Unfortunately, in 2001 Anna experienced several injuries and was not able to play for some time. Despite this fact, Anna recovered from her injuries and was later able to achieve great results. In 2002 she and Martina Hingis were able to win the Australian Open again, and this made Anna’s net worth a lot higher. Sadly, Anna again experienced some severe injuries and finally decided to stop her professional career as a tennis player. However, her net worth was by then considerable.
Anna still plays in some charity events so her fans are able to see her playing. As mentioned, Anna has involved herself in many other projects. She has even appeared in the movie called “Me, Myself & Irene”, and in the television show entitled “The Biggest Lover”. These also added a lot to her net worth.
Anna is considered to be one of the most popular tennis players and one of the hottest women of all time. This only proves that despite the fact that now she does not play tennis professionally, she still has a lot of fans all over the world.
If to talk about Anna’s personal life, it can be said that in 2001 there were rumors that she married Sergei Fedorov, but at the same time she started a relationship with Enrique Iglesias. There were again rumors that they married, but no one has confirmed them. All in all, Anna Kournikova is a very beautiful and talented woman, who has been working hard from the very young age in order to achieve what she has now. As she is now 34 years old, there is no doubt that she will continue participating in various projects as well as tennis activities.
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|Today||2006||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|The 2005 World Music Awards||2005||TV Special||Herself - Presenter|
|The Teen Choice Awards 2005||2005||TV Special||Herself - Attendee|
|The View||2005||TV Series||Herself - Guest Host / Herself - Co-Host|
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|Sports Illustrated 40th Anniversary Swimsuit Special: American Beauty||2004||Video documentary||Herself - Model|
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|The GQ Men of the Year Awards||2003||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Driven||2003||TV Series documentary|
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|MTV Video Music Awards 2002||2002||TV Special||Herself|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||1997-2002||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
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|Anna Kournikova Smash Court Tennis||1999||Video Game||Herself|
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|1||Her half brother Alan won the World Championship of Golf for 6 year olds in 2011. See The Short Game (2013) for his performance at the 2012 championships.|
|2||Retired from professional tennis due to chronic lower back trouble. Kournikova never won a WTA singles title but did win 2 Australian Open doubles titles with Martina Hingis.|
|3||In Australia with Enrique Iglesias for his "Seven" tour. [March 2004]|
|4||Working as an on-site reporter for the U.S. networks coverage of the U.S. Open. [September 2003]|
|5||Voted No. 19 on the 2011 Maxim list "Hot 100" women.|
|6||Ranked as #62 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement. (2005)|
|7||Named #29 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2005 list.|
|8||Career best Grand Slam tournament singles results: Australian Open quarterfinals in 2001, French Open 4th round in 1998 and 1999, Wimbledon semifinals in 1997, U.S. Open 4th round in 1996 and 1998.|
|9||Her best ranking in tennis was number 8 in the world (2000).|
|10||Voted as #9 on the Top 100 Sexiest Women 2004 in FHM [DK].|
|11||In February 2001, the Anna Kournikova Virus was released. Within a few hours of its distribution anti-virus vendors received thousands of reports. However, investigators were only able to list 55 incidents of infection, causing just $166,827 worth of damage. On 27 September 2001, a Dutch court gave the virus's author, Jan De Wit, the choice of 150 hours community service or 75 days in jail.|
|12||Sold her Miami Beach condo at Portofino Tower to Sergei Fedorov for $1.63 million (December 2003).|
|13||Has a tattoo of a sun design on her lower back, which made its "debut" at the 2003 Australian Open. Oddly, she denied having it, telling reporters that it was actually a heat patch to treat back pain.|
|14||Ranked 299th in the world (as of October 2003).|
|15||Knocked out of Wimbledon in the first round. [June 2002]|
|16||It is announced that Kournikova was voted the Sexiest Woman in the World in FHM's 100 Sexiest Girls poll for 2002, American edition. [May 2002]|
|17||Has never won a major tennis tournament, as of January 2004.|
|18||May 2002: has been voted "the sexiest woman in the world" in the magazine "FHM" (Australian version).|
|19||Her fastest serve was clocked at 111.2 mph during the Paris Indoors of 1998.|
|20||2002: Appears in the new Enrique Iglesias video "Escape".|
|21||Graduated from a Russian high school in 1997, and has attended Russian University of Physical Culture since 1997.|
|22||Named one of "People" magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People of 1998.|
|24||Is an only child.|
|1||I'm beautiful, famous and gorgeous.|
|2||I'm like a menu at an expensive restaurant, you can look at me, but you can't afford me.|
|1||Long blonde hair|