Nick Kyrgios net worth 2022: Career earnings and prize money for Wimbledon finalist | The Sun

NICK KYRGIOS has lit up Wimbledon over the past fortnight and is now playing in his first ever Grand Slam final.

The Australian star received a walkover into the final after opponent Rafael Nadal pulled out due injury, but in his way is six-time champ Novak Djokovic.

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Though controversial Kyrgios has also raked up a RECORD number of fines for a tennis player.

Kyrgios astonishingly revealed that he has almost been fined 800 Australian dollars (£452,000)during his tennis career.

And that puts him ahead of all his peers as the most-fined player in the history of the sport.

He said: "All the fines that I get fined go to charity. That's for everyone.

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"So every time we get fined, they're like, 'it's going to charity.' I was like 'I don't know why you would say that.'

"I would probably have in my entire career – man, I have been hit with some big ones.

"But I don't think all the time it has been fair, to be honest. But I would say I'd be approaching 800 grand I reckon."

What is Nick Kyrgios net worth?

Nick Kyrgios has a net worth of over £9m, according to reports.

He has won $9,905,710 (£8.2m) in total in prize money playing on the ATP Tour, and has endorsements with brands such as Nike.

Kyrgios has made $591,859 (£491k) in prize money on the Tour this year.

The 27-year-old – who turned pro in 2013 -has had long absences from playing on the ATP Tour in his career.

Should he win Wimbledon, he'll get a cool £2million in prize money.

Though if he's runner up he'll still receive £1.05m.

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