Stefan Edberg Net Worth

How much is Stefan Edberg Worth?

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Stefan Edberg net worth:
$25 Million

Stefan Edberg Net Worth: Stefan Edberg is a Swedish retired professional tennis player who has a net worth of $25 million. Stefan Edberg was born in Vastervik, Sweden in 1966. As a junior player he won all four Grand Slam junior titles in 1983. One of his serves accidentally caused the death of tennis linesman Dick Wetheim at the 1983 US Open. Edberg was ranked #1 in both singles and doubles and won 41 titles. From 1985 to 1996 he won six Grand Slam singles and three Grand Slam men's doubles titles. He was a part of the Swedish Davis Cup team that won four times. Edberg won four Masters Series titles and was a Masters Grand Prix champion. He also won four Championship Series titles. He won the 1984 Olympic tournament, although it was unofficial. Edberg was ranked in the top 10 in singles competition for 10 years in a row and spent nine consecutive years in the top 5. He won the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and US Open twice, and a Bronze Medal in the 1988 Seoul Olympics. As a doubles player he won the Australian open twice, the US Open, and a Bronze Medal in 1988. Stefan won over $20 million in prize money over his career. In 2014 he started coaching Roger Federer. In 2005 he was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Stefan is married to Anne Hjort Olsen and the couple has two children together.

Stefan Edberg Net Worth

Stefan Edberg

Tennis player
Date of Birth
Jan 19, 1966 (50 years old)
Profession
Tennis player, Tennis coach
Nationality
Sweden
Height
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight
170 lbs (77 kg)
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