Cássio Motta is a tennis player who was born on February 22, 1960, in São Paulo. This article will take a look at Cássio Motta’s net worth.
Motta lives in São Paulo, Brazil and plays Right-handed (one-handed backhand). Cássio Motta’s professional career began in 1979 and ended in retirement in the year 1994.
Over an accomplished career, Motta won a total of 0 singles titles, won a total of 10 doubles titles and earned a total of $986,595 from competition. Motta’s coaching staff included: Paulo Cleto. Motta has won 0 singles titles, with a record of 108-174 (ATP Tour; Grand Prix tour; World Championship Tennis; Grand Slam (tennis) & Davis Cup) and reached a rank of No. 48 (8 December 1986). Motta has won 10 doubles titles, with a record of 226-194 (ATP, Grand Prix, WCT, Grand Slams & Davis Cup) and reached a rank of No. 4 (26 September 1983) in doubles play.
Cássio Motta has a French Open junior record of achieving a number three ranking (1984, 1985, 1986); a Wimbledon junior record of achieving a number three ranking (1983, 1984); and a US Open junior record of achieving a number two ranking (1986).
Cássio Motta competed in doubles events with good results, including a French Open Doubles record of reaching the semi finals (1982, 1992); a Wimbledon Doubles record of achieving a number three ranking (1990, 1991); and a US Open Doubles record that includes reaching the quarter finals (1984). Motta competed in these team events: the Davis Cup with a record of reaching the semi finals (1992 Davis Cup World Group). Motta competed in these mixed events: Wimbledon with a record of achieving a number three ranking (1985).
So what is Cássio Motta’s net worth in 2018? Motta earned a total of $986,595 from competition according to Wikipedia, but that’s not all of Motta’s earnings, which may include sponsorships, businesses, and promotions. Our estimate for Cássio Motta’s net worth in 2018 is:
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