Roger Federer Net Worth: Endorsements & Charity

Roger Federer

Professional tennis player and King of Grass court Roger Federer’s net worth is $550 million.

On August 8, 1981, he was born in Basel, Switzerland, and spent his childhood in Birsfelden, Riehen.

He started his professional career at the age of 14 when he participated in the Grade 2 tournament in Switzerland. He has won a total of 20 Grand Slams to date.

Roger Federer
Roger Federer (Source: Pinterest)

He is a right-handed player known for his speed, exceptional shot-making, and fluid style of play and is one of the best volleyers of the game.

Moreover, he has won 103 ATP singles titles which is the second most of the all-time first being Jimmy Connors.

Roger Federer | Quick Facts

Full Name Roger Federer
Common Name Roger Federer
Net Worth $550 million
Birthdate 42 Years Old
Age August 8, 1981
Zodiac Sign Leo
Father’s Name Robert Federer
Mother’s Name Lynette Federer
Siblings Diana Federer
Birthplace Valbella, Switzerland
Home Town Basel, Switzerland
Citizenship Switzerland
Religion Roman Catholic
Height 6 ft 1 inch (1.85 meters)
Weight 85 kg
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown
Build Athletic
Martial Status Married
Partner Mirka Federer
Children Myla Rose Federer, Lenny Federer, Leo Federer, Charlene Riva Federer
Profession Professional Tennis Player
Debut 1998
Plays Right-handed (one-handed backhand 
Career Record 1251-275 (82.0%)
Status Active
Career Titles 103
Career Highlights and Awards Australian Open, French Open, US Open, Wimbledon, Davis Cup, Hopman Cup
Endorsements Rolex, Mercedes Benz, Credit Suisse, Barilla, Jura, Wilson Sporting Goods, and RIMOWA, Switzerland Tourism, Uniqlo
Prize Money $130,594,339
Highest Ranking 1
Current Ranking 16
Current Residence Wollerau, Switzerland
Equipment Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph Racquet
Hobbies Maestro
Social Media InstagramFacebookTwitter
Merch Signed Nike Hat, Tennis Ball, Autographed Photo
Last-Update June 2024

Roger Federer | Net Worth and Income

As of 2024, Roger Federer’s net worth is a staggering $550 million. He has earned the majority of his fortune through endorsements and prize money.

According to Forbes 2021, he is the seventh highest-paid athlete globally, with total earnings of $90 million.

As of this writing, Federer’s total ATP career earnings are $129 million, which is the second-highest earning in tennis history.

Roger Federer Playing
Roger Federer Playing (Source: Roger Federer Playing)

Aside from that, Federer has earned a little north of $1 billion from endorsements during the course of his career so far.  

Moreover, he was the highest-paid athlete in the world in 2020, with a total earning of $106.3 million.

Prize Money

Below is the prize money and salary of the Roger Federer over the years.

Year Prize Money
1998 $27,955
1999 $225,139
2000 $623,782
2001 $865,425
2002 $1,995,000
2003 $4,001,000
2004 $6,358,000
2005 $6,137,000
2006 $8,344,000
2007 $10,131,000
2008 $5,887,000
2009 $8,768,000
2010 $7,698,000
2011 $6,300,000
2012 $8,768,000
2013 $9,904,000
2014 $6,538,000
2015 $9,000,000
2016 $7,800,000
2017 $13,045,856
2018 $12,200,000
2019 $7,400,000
2020 $30,000

Moreover, he also earns a lot through endorsement deals. His total earnings over the years’ combined endorsement and prize money are shown below:

Year Total Earnings
2007 $29 million
2008 $35 million
2009 $33 million
2010 $43 million
2011 $47 million
2012 $52.7 million
2013 $71.5 million
2014 $56 million
2015 $67 million
2016 $68 million
2017 $84 million
2018 $90.6 million
2019 $106.3 million
2020 $90 million

Net Worth of Roger Federer in Different Currencies

Here is Roger Federer’s net worth in different currencies, including BitCoin.

Currency Net Worth
Euro € 486.75 million
Pound Sterling £ 415.31 million
Australian Dollar A$ 772.69 million
Canadian Dollar C$ 711.94 million
Indian Rupee ₹ 41,537,925,000
BitCoin ฿ 11,265.79

Roger Federer | Houses, Cars & Watches


One of the greatest tennis players of all time, Roger Federer’s net worth is an astonishing $550 million.

Roger built a luxurious house in 2014, located at Wollerau, Switzerland. He spent around £6.5 million ($8.60 million) to build a home in a 1.5-acre plot.

This house features a swimming pool, a state-of-the-art gym, underground parking, and a spa.

Similarly, Federer has a penthouse in Dubai located at Le Reve Skyscraper, which he bought for $13 million. He purchased this five-bedroom, 6,100 square feet apartment in 2014.

Roger also has a home in the Swiss village of Valbella, which he purchased in 2008.


Roger Federer has a massive collection of luxury cars, especially Mercedes.

Some of the cars he possesses include Mercedes Benz SLS AMG, Mercedes Benz E Class Cabriolet, Range Rover, Mercedes AMG GLE63, and Mercedes Benz CL S63.


Just like his collection of cars, Roger Federer has a classic collection of watches; some of the watches he wears are include.

  • Rolex Datejust II Silver
  • Vintage Rolex Daytona 62623
  • Day-Date II Everose Gold
  • Rolex GMT-Master II BLNR
  • Rolex Sky-Dweller

Roger Federer | Lifestyle & Vacation


As of June 2024, Roger Federer has an astonishing net worth of $550 million.

He lives with his family in Wollerau, Switzerland. However, during winter, he spends his time in his penthouse in Dubai for training.

His training includes drills like jump roping, hand-to-eye coordination, jogging, and weight training.

However, Federer does not like to keep a strict diet but eats healthy food. Similarly, he has revealed that he couldn’t resist eating chocolates and ice cream.

During the training session, he eats bananas and energy drinks. Likewise, his pre-match diet includes pasta and light sauce which he has been following for more than 20 years.


Roger Federer loves to spend time with his family; Recently, he went on a vacation to Losing Island, Croatia, with his family members.

Moreover, he has also visited Italy, Greece, and other different exotic destinations with his family.

Roger Federer | Charity

Federer founded the Roger Federer Foundation in 2003, intending to provide education and sport to underprivileged children.

Roger and Nadal played against each other in 2010 at Munich and Zurich, raising more than $4 million for the Roger Federer Foundation.

To date, his foundation has raised more than $50 million and has provided education to more than 1.5 million children in Africa.

Likewise, he played against Stan Wawrinka in a charity match and raised $1.12 million. The proceeds of the match went to educational projects in Africa.

Moreover, he and other players held the charity event in Australia Open, “Hit For Haiti,” and raised money that went to earthquake victims of Haiti.

Federer also participated in the charity exhibition Indian Wells Masters which raised around $1 million.

Furthermore, he also took part in the event’ Rally For Relief,’ which was initiated to help victims of Queensland floods.

Roger Federer | Investment, Endorsements & Books


According to Forbes. Federer has invested in the sports apparel company On and has around 3% of the company’s stake. Likewise, he also owns a New York-based player management agency, Team 8.


Federer is a global tennis superstar and has earned more than $1 billion through various endorsement deals. In 2018 Roger signed a 10-year contract worth $300 million with Japanese apparel brand Uniqlo.

Roger Federer Endorsements
Roger Federer Endorsements (Source: The Sun)

Likewise, he also has a sponsor deal with Rolex, Mercedes Benz, Credit Suisse, Barilla, Jura, Wilson Sporting Goods, and RIMOWA, Switzerland Tourism.

Roger Federer’s earning over the years through various endorsement deals is shown below:

Year Earnings
2012 $45 million
2013 $65 million
2014 $52 million
2015 $58 million
2016 $60 million
2017 $65 million
2018 $45 million
2019 $100 million
2020 $90 million

Book Publications

Christopher Caley has published a biography on Roger Federer named The Master: The Long Run and Beautiful Game of Roger Federer.

Likewise, Rene Stauffer has also written the book Roger Federer: The Biography describing his 25 years long tennis journey.

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Roger Federer | Career

Roger Federer started his tennis career in 1988, playing against Lucas Arnold Ker in Swiss Open Gstaad. After a few more wins, Roger became the youngest member of the ATP’s top 100. 

Similarly, Roger represented Switzerland at the 2000 Olympics. He reached the semifinals but sadly lost to Tommy Haas and Arnaud Di Pasquale.

In 2013 Federer struggled to bounce back because of his back injury causing his rankings to plummet. Moreover, in 2020 Federer lost to Djokovic in 2020 Australian Open and also sustained a knee injury.

He eventually withdrew from further competitions, citing needing time for his knee to recover. Furthermore, he has a winning record of 82%, with 1251 wins and 275 losses.

Federer has appeared in singles and doubles competitions, winning various Grand Slams titles like Australian Open, Wimbledon, French Open, and US Open.

Facts About Roger Federer

  • Federer can speak Swiss, German, English, and French fluently.
  • Interestingly, Roger’s uck charm is Tweety bird.
  • Federer has been married to former tennis player Marka Vavrinec.
  • The University of Basel awarded Roger Federer an honorary doctorate for representing Basel worldwide and for his philanthropic deeds.


How many times has Roger Federer won Wimbledon?

Roger Federer has won 8 Wimbledon titles throughout his career. Moreover, he is one of eight players to win all four Grand Slams at least once and only one of four players to win Grand Slam on three different surfaces (Grass, Clay, and Court).

Is Federer a billionaire?

As of June 2024 Roger Federer’s net worth is $550 million. He is halfway to becoming a billionaire.

Are Djokovic and Federer friends?

According to sources, Djokovic has always been friendly with the Big Three rivals that include Nadal and Federer.

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