Wayne Ferreira is a tennis player who was born on September 15, 1971, in Johannesburg; South Africa. This article will take a look at Wayne Ferreira’s net worth.Image Credit: Maarten van Maanen
Wayne Ferreira’s professional career began in 1989 and ended in retirement in the year 2005. Ferreira lives in Lafayette, California; California, United States and plays Right-handed (two-handed backhand).
Over an accomplished career, Ferreira won a total of 15 singles titles, won a total of 11 doubles titles and earned a total of $ 9,969,617 from competition. Ferreira has won 15 singles titles, with a record of 512-330 and reached a rank of No. 6 (8 May 1995). Ferreira has won 11 doubles titles, with a record of 295-210 and reached a rank of No. 9 (19 March 2001) in doubles play.
Wayne Ferreira has an Australian Open record of reaching the semi finals (1992 Australian Open – Men’s Singles; 2003 Australian Open – Men’s Singles); a French Open junior record of achieving a number four ranking (1996 French Open – Men’s Singles); a Wimbledon junior record of reaching the quarter finals (1994 Wimbledon Championships – Men’s Singles); and a US Open junior record of reaching the quarter finals (1992 US Open – Men’s Singles).
Ferreira also played in the Masters Cup with a result of RR (1995 ATP Tour World Championships – Singles); Grand Slam Cup with a result reaching the quarter finals (1993); and The Olympics with reaching the quarter finals (Tennis at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men’s singles).
Ferreira competed in these team events: the Hopman Cup record of 1 wins (2000 Hopman Cup).
So what is Wayne Ferreira’s net worth in 2018? Ferreira earned a total of $ 9,969,617 from competition according to Wikipedia, but that’s not all of Ferreira’s earnings, which may include sponsorships, businesses, and promotions. Our estimate for Wayne Ferreira’s net worth in 2018 is:
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