Magda Linette Net Worth, Endorsements, Career Achievements, House and more

Magda Linette booked her spot in the Australian Open semifinals by defeating former Wimbledon-finalist Karolina Pliskova in straight sets.


Magda Linette Net Worth, Endorsements, Career Achievements, House and more
NameMagda Linette
Age30
OccupationTennis Player
Other sources of wealthAdvertisements
Net Worth$5,000,000
ResidencePoznan, Poland
SponsorsJoma, Babolat
Prize Money$4,301,282
Marital StatusUnmarried
Last UpdatedJanuary 2023

Born on February 12, 1992, Magda Linette is a Polish professional tennis player. She made her debut on tour in 2009 and reached a career-best world ranking of 33 in February 2020.

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Linette made her first appearance in a WTA tournament main draw at the Internationaux de Strasbourg in May 2013, where she also scored her first match win at this level. The same year, she reached her first WTA semifinal in Baku, coming from qualifying. Linette won her first WTA 125 title at the 2014 Ningbo International Open and her first WTA Tour title at the 2019 Bronx Open. Her best result was a quarterfinal appearance at the 2016 Pan Pacific Open.

Prior to the 2023 Australian Open, Linette had reached the third round at Majors five times, losing all of them. In 2022, she reached the third round at both Roland Garros & Wimbledon Championships. Her career win-loss record stands at 427–321.

Magda Linette’s 2023 Net Worth

According to the official WTA site, Linette has earned $149,300 in 2023 as of yet. She has won 2 WTA singles titles, earning $4,301,282 in her career. She has another 11 singles and 8 doubles titles to add to her collection, all coming from the International Tennis Federation circuit. Off court too, she has an active income source due to various sponsorship deals and other investments.

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Linette Brand Collaborations & Endorsements

Linette is associated with various international brands. She has huge contracts with brands like Joma & Babolat. She makes money from them which is the secondary source of her income. The clothing brand sponsors are Joma while her shoes were sponsored by Nike in the past. Currently, Joma is responsible for her shoes. Most importantly, her tennis equipment brand sponsor is Babolat and she uses their racquet currently.

Linette Major Career Achievements

She made her first career in a Grand Slam tournament in May 2011, playing in the qualifying rounds. Linette got some of her best victories of the season by beating Eleni Daniilidou in Limoges, Monica Puig, and Karolina Pliskova in October and November 2012. After, she defeated Julia Cohen, runner-up of the previous edition, then Kristyna Pliskova to extend the quarterfinals where she helped form a controversial retirement of Ons Jabeur in 2013.

She played a series of WTA events. At Guangzhou in September 2014, she reached her 1st WTA doubles, partnering with Alize Cornet. Linette reached the quarterfinals in 2016 at the Pan Pacific Open and Katowice Open. Linette won the Thailand Open 2020, rising to a career-high ranking of No. 33 in February 2020.

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Linette’s Notable Appearances At The Slams

At the French Open, Linette defeated Chloe Paquet and No. 1 seed Ashleigh Barty. In the third round, she lost to Ons Jabeur in three sets. In the women’s doubles category, she reached her first-ever Major semifinals with American partner Bernarda Pera. At the Wimbledon Championships, Linette defeated Amanda Anisimova and No. 3 seed Elina Svitolnia to advance to the third round, where she lost to Spanish ace Paula Badosa in three sets.

Linette lost her opening-round match against Coco Gauff at the 2021 US Open Championships. She faces Belarusian powerhouse Aryna Sabalenka in the 2023 Australian Open semifinal. It promises to be a thriller encounter. The two tennis superstars are looking to reach their first Grand Slam final ever.

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