What is Kyle Edmund’s net worth and how did the British professional tennis acquire his wealth? What is the secret to Kyle Edmund’s success? Find out things you may not know about Kyle Edmund’s net worth, career, earnings, and personal life under this article
Who is Kyle Edmund?
Kyle Edmund is a British professional tennis player who has made it to the top 50 player and also top-ranked male British tennis player since March 2018.
He recently qualified for the semi-finals of the Australian Open after defeating Gregor Dimitrov. Thus, becoming only the sixth British man to play in a major singles semi-finals in the Open era.
Kyle rose to prominence after winning his ATP Tour title at Antwerp in October 2018. Meanwhile, he made his Davis Cup debut in the 2015 final against Belgium.
Through his amazing performance, Kyle helped Great Britain to win the tournament for the first time in 79 years. And for that, he was acknowledged with the 2015 BBC Sports Personality Team of the Year Award.
That is not all for the young Englishman, and with junior Grand Slam doubles titles, at the 2012 US Open and the 2013 French Open, he seems pretty ready to add another trophy to his cabinet when he qualifies for the Australian Open finals.
So, while we wait for that, let’s check out just how much he has made from his the sport. Keep reading!
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date of Birth||8 of January 1995|
Early Life and Biography
His full name is Kyle Steven Edmund and he was born on the 8 of January 1995 In Johannesburg, South Africa to parents Steven and Denise Edmund.
His father, Steven, was born in Wales but raised in Zimbabwe and later lived in South Africa. Meanwhile, his mother Denise was from South Africa.
Kyle moved to Britain when he was 3 and was raised in the village of Tickton near Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire. While growing up, Kyle loved swimming and playing cricket but soon switched to tennis when he was 10.
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From his early beginnings, his parents supported his dream of becoming a professional tennis play by investing a lot of money into his career before the LTA provided funding through Aegon that took care of travel and coaching.
Kyle attended Pocklington School and Beverley Grammar School before he moved to Cannons in Hull to train with John Black at age 13. A year later, he and John Black moved to train at Win Tennis, based at the National Sports Center at Bisham Abbey, Berkshire.
By the time Kyle turned 17, he had based himself at the Lawn Tennis Association National Training Center in Roehampton and received coaching lessons from Colin Beecher, and would return to see his family only on weekends.
In 2012, Kyle won his first junior Grand Slam title at the doubles event of the US Open which earned him a profession high of #8 in the consolidated ITF junior rankings the same year. He went on to win his second Grand Slam title the following year.
And in 2015, Edmund began the new campaign with a victory to qualify for the Australian Open, defeating Tristan Lamasine from France and Austin Krajicek of the USA to achieve the last round of qualifying, before he confronted Australian special case Dane Propoggia.
Kyle crushed Dane Propoggia to move further into the Grand Slam competition. After that, Kyle Edmund made it to his first ATP quarterfinals in 2016 after vanquishing Daniel Muñoz de la Nava. However, he went on to lose in straight sets to world number 7 Tomáš Berdych.
In order to utilize his preparation for his off-season preparation in a warmer climate, Kyle moved from his official residence in the UK in 2017 to Nassau, Bahamas.
Also, the move allows him to have a closer base to the US. But, there are some who criticized his move as being financially opportunistic and motivated by tax.
Kyle Edmund’s Net Worth
As of 2019, Kyle Edmund has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Edmund has earned most of his wealth from his career as a professional tennis player.
In 2016, he took home a commendable £176,765 after defeating American tennis player, John Isner in the third round of the US Open.
In addition, Kyle also reached the second round of the French Open in May 2016 which earned him £50,400 worth of prize money.
To add to that as well, he also signed a four-year deal with Nike for £2 million – depending on his rankings and performance it could have him earning a lot more. Other endorsements include Wilson, Jaguar, and David Lloyd Clubs.
In conclusion, his net worth, although pretty much huge, will still see more increase if he goes on to win the Australian Open. We just hope he wins the championship.
Facts about Edmund
- His initial sports interests were Swimming and Cricket before switching to Tennis at the age of 10.
- Edmund is also a big fan of football and supports Liverpool
- Kyle Edmund is sometimes referred to as “Kedders”.