What is Leylah Fernandez’s net worth? The athlete has an impressive fortune from playing tennis for years.
Tennis champion Leylah Fernandez has been one of the sport’s brightest stars for the past few years. The Montreal native turned heads in September 2021 when she defeated current tennis icons Naomi Osaka and Aryna Sabalenka. She also earned endorsements with the likes of Morgan Stanley and Subway.
In August, Leylah traveled to the 2022 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, N.Y., following a controversial loss to Emma Raducanu and a foot injury. Even though she had some setbacks, Leylah said the experience taught her to “find solutions” and “go through those tough moments” more effectively.
As with many athletes, her family wholeheartedly supports her in bringing home as many trophies as possible. But who are Leylah Fernandez’s parents? Here’s what we know.
As with many athletes, her career has been successful not only by winning games but also through her finances. So how much is she worth? Here’s what we know.
What is Leylah Fernandez’s net worth?
Leylah’s highly successful career has earned her a sizable net worth. It is estimated that in 2022 the athlete is worth about $6 million.
Fortunately, Leylah’s hard work paid off, and the Fernandez family lives in Florida. In May 2022, Leylah celebrated her mother with a heartfelt Mother’s Day Instagram post.
“Your strength, positivity, and heart leaves us inspired every day,” Leylah wrote under a photo of her with Irene, Bianca, and Jodeci. “Thank you for teaching us how to be loving, independent, strong women. Happy Mother’s Day. We love you.”
Canada’s Fernandez falls to Garcia in the second round of the Australian Open
Canada’s Leylah Fernandez was eliminated from women’s singles play at the Australian Open after dropping a second-round match to Caroline Garcia of France 7-6 (5), 7-5 on Thursday.
Garcia dominated with the serve, delivering 11 aces in a spirited match that lasted one hour and 52 minutes at Rod Laver Stadium.
The tournament’s fourth seed also converted two of three breakpoint opportunities, while Fernandez capitalized on just one of nine.
The 20-year-old Montreal native is still scheduled to team with partner Bethanie Mattek-Sands of the U.S. in women’s doubles play in Melbourne. The pair will meet Brazil’s Beatriz Haddad Maia and China’s Zhang Shuai later today.
Also today, Gabriela Dabrowski of Ottawa and partner Giuliana Olmos, seeded third in women’s doubles, open their tournament against American Shelby Rogers and Romania’s Irina-Camelia Begu.
In men’s singles play, Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime, the tournament’s sixth seed, is set to face No. 28 Francisco Cerundolo of Argentina in a third-round match, while No. 20 Denis Shapovalov, of Richmond Hill, Ont., meets No. 10 Hubert Hurkaczv of Poland.