How Much Is Simona Halep Worth?

On June 25, fans were saddened to hear that Simona Halep has decided to withdraw from Wimbledon this year. Similar to Rafael Nadal, the tennis star had to opt-out due to an injury. According to ESPN, she hurt her calf in May during a match against Angelique Kerber. The injury also forced her to miss the French Open, per BBC, and will make her unable to defend her title after winning her first Wimbledon against Serena Williams in 2019 (per The New York Times).

"It is with great sadness that I'm announcing my withdrawal from The Championships as my calf injury has not fully recovered," Halep wrote on Instagram. "I gave it everything I had in order to be ready to play Wimbledon and after having such special memories from two years ago, I was excited and honored to step back on these beautiful courts as defending champion." She added, "Unfortunately, my body didn't cooperate and I'll have to save that feeling for next year."

Luckily, Halep doesn't have to rely on the money she would have earned at Wimbledon, as she had a whopping net worth. Keep scrolling to find out how much money the athlete is really worth, including where she ranks on the list of highest-earning female tennis players in the world.

Simona Halep has won millions in tennis prize money

Simona Halep is worth $30 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, with all of her earnings coming from her career as a successful tennis player. Since turning pro in 2006, she's won 22 WTA singles titles, two Grand Slams, as well as the 2018 French Open and the 2019 Wimbledon Championships. 

Forbes reports that she was the fourth highest-earning female tennis player in the world in 2020, behind Naomi Osaka, Serena Williams, and Ashleigh Barty. In fact, Halep reportedly made $6.9 million in prize money and four million dollars from endorsements with sponsors like Nike, Wilson, Hublot, and Avon in just one year.

Based on her social media, the tennis star likes to spend her hard-earned money on things like designer bags, fancy cars, and yachts. However, she also gives back whenever she can. Not only does she run her own foundation, but she donated money for the purchase of medical equipment to help health workers on the frontline of the coronavirus in Bucharest and Constanta. In February 2020, she also donated $20,000 to Australia's bushfire relief fund.