Olivier Delaitre Net Worth

Olivier Delaître is a tennis player who was born on June 1, 1967, in Metz, France. This article will take a look at Olivier Delaître’s net worth.

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Olivier Delaitre Career, Earnings

Olivier Delaître’s professional career began in 1986 and ended in retirement in the year 2000. Delaître lives in Suresnes, France and plays Right-handed (one-handed backhand).

Over an accomplished career, Delaître won a total of 0 singles titles, won a total of 15 doubles titles and earned a total of $2,788,904 from competition. Delaître has won 0 singles titles, with a record of 130-179 and reached a rank of No. 33 (20 February 1995). Delaître has won 15 doubles titles, with a record of 225-179 and reached a rank of No. 3 (12 July 1999) in doubles play.

Olivier Delaître has an Australian Open record of achieving a number four ranking (1995 Australian Open – Men’s Singles); a French Open junior record of achieving a number four ranking (1994 French Open – Men’s Singles); a Wimbledon junior record of achieving a number three ranking (1995 Wimbledon Championships – Men’s Singles); and a US Open junior record of achieving a number two ranking (1989 US Open – Men’s Singles).

Olivier Delaître competed in doubles events with good results, including an Australian Open Doubles record of achieving a number three ranking (1998, 1999); a French Open Doubles record of achieving a number three ranking (1997); a Wimbledon Doubles record of reaching the semi finals (1999); and a US Open Doubles record that includes achieving a number three ranking (1996, 1998).

Olivier Delaitre Net Worth

So what is Olivier Delaître’s net worth? Delaître earned a total of $2,788,904 from competition according to Wikipedia, but that’s not all of Delaître’s earnings, which may include sponsorships, businesses, and promotions. Our estimate for Olivier Delaître’s net worth is: [$6 Million (Approx).]

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