Serena Williams – Champion On & Off The Court

Who won 94% of her tennis matches this year?  Serena Williams, that’s who! Who ranks number one in 2015 women’s tennis prize money? Serena Williams! Who holds the number one ranking for women’s tennis career prize money? Serena Williams, of course!

Career Prize Money
Ranked #1
More than double the #2 ranked woman

Ms. Williams finished the 2015 tennis season 53-3. She won three of the four grand slam titles and collected over $10.5 million in prize money. With 96 career tennis championship titles, this soon to be 34-year-old is already one of the greatest athletes of all time. Her career record speaks for itself.  When she’s made it to the tournament finals, she won an astounding 81% of the time and took home accompanying prize money.

69 in Singles
22 in Doubles
2 in Mixed Doubles
3 in Team Competitions

With an estimated net worth of $145 million, Serena still finds time to give back to causes that are near and dear to her heart.  Her philanthropy spans the gamut. Giving of her time, talent and treasure, she supports international and domestic programs. including efforts to build schools in Africa, to offer college scholarships for students in the U.S., to support victims of violent crimes, and to end gun violence.

2015 Pay
$24.6 Million
From prize money & endorsements

The Serena Williams Foundation partners with and works with Build Africa Schools, Hewlett-Packard, Equal Justice Initiative, Caliber Foundation, I Heart My Girlfriends, Small Steps Project, The HollyRod Foundation, World Education, Common Ground Foundation, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Eva Longoria Foundation, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Hearts of Gold, Beyond the Boroughs National Scholarship Fund, OWL Foundation, and others, and often plays in charity tennis tournaments.

Estimated Net Worth


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