One of the leading players of tennis Stanislas Wawrinka was born in Switzerland. He is the second of the four children born to a German father named (Wolfram) and a Swiss mother named (Isabelle). Wawrinka is from below average class family as his father worked as a farmer and involved in numerous social works too while his mother was a teacher. Jonathan is his elder brother whereas Djanaee and Naella are his younger sisters. All of his siblings are connected with the tennis. Furthermore, he has the nationality of German and Swiss and is of Czech descent.
By the age of 8, Wawrinka enjoyed playing tennis. However, he initiated playing tennis professionally in 2002 under the coach Dimitri Zavialoff. Later in 2003, he headed towards his first tour and victor the Junior French Open and took the 7th position in the junior world ranking. In 2005, he presented his Grand Slam appearance during the French Open and in the same year he collected his first title of ATP.
Wawrinka attempted to reach in 2008 Master Series Final and ranked among the top 10 players but sadly failed to accomplish in finals. In the following year, Wawrinka paired with Rodger Federer for the men’s double in Olympics and collected the gold medal. Though in 2012’s Olympics, he was unable to gain any medal. Wawrinka played till the fourth round in US Open and then he had to quit because of the bad illness.
Wawrinka’s ninth season in the ATP World Tour at Chennai Open in India was winning. Followed by this, he participated in Australian Open and beat the Djokovic and then he compete with Rafael Nadal in four sets and then he conquered it too. During 2015, Wawrinka conquers the 3 ATP titles along with French Open. In 2016, he lost from Rodger Federer for the fifth time in straight sets. Recently in 2018 Australian Open, he lost in the second round and eventually took retirement from the professional career.
Stan Wawrinka Net Worth 2018:
- $19 Million
Stan Wawrinka Earnings:
- Interm of
Stan Wawrinka Prize Money:
- $ 7 million
Stan Wawrinka Endorsements:
Wawrinka has collected a massive amount of income from the professional career but he is involved in multiple endorsements activities too. He sponsors (Yonex, Nike, Audi, Subaru and Audemars Piguet) and takes an endorsement from various Racquet Brands such as Volki, Gamma, and Wilson. Now his name is called in the wealthiest athletes.