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Roberta Vinci was born on the 18th February 1983, in Taranto, Puglia, Italy, and is a professional tennis player, best recognized for being World No. 1 in doubles until 2015, as well as reaching World No. 7 in singles in 2016. She has won 10 WTA singles titles and 25 titles in doubles with her partner Sara Errani, including the 2012 US Open, 2014 Australian Open, and 2014 Wimbledon. Her professional tennis career has been active since 1999.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Roberta Vinci is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Roberta’s net worth is over $6.5 million, accumulated through her successful involvement in the sports industry as a professional tennis player.
Roberta Vinci Net Worth $6.5 Million
Roberta Vinci was raised with an older brother by her father, Angelo Vinci, who worked as an accountant, and her mother, Luisa Vinci, who was a homemaker. She has been playing tennis since she was only six years old, when she picked-up a racquet for the first time.
Her professional playing career began when she debuted at the 1999 ITF tournament in Italy, and she immediately began to show her dominance on tennis courts, which marked the beginning of an increase of her net worth. In the same year, she won the French Open in girls’ doubles together with Flavia Pennetta, and qualified for her first Grand Slam at the 2001 US Open; however, she was defeated in the first round by Martina Suchá.
Roberta’s first major victory came in 2005, when she defeated Anastasia Myskina, a former World No. 2 and 2004 French Open champion, at the Hastings Direct International Championships in Eastbourne. Two years later, she won her first WTA title, when she defeated Tathiana Garbin in three sets. From then her career has only gone upwards, as well as her net worth and popularity.
In 2009 she played at the Fed Cup World Group stage for Italy’s team, and they won 5–0 against France. In the same year, she won her second WTA title at the Barcelona Ladies Open, when she beat champion Maria Kirilenko in the final. Roberta also played at the French Open, but was beaten by Victoria Azarenka, and later at the 2009 US Open she lost to Jelena Jankovic; nevertheless, these increased her net worth considerably.
Roberta won her third WTA title and only victory in 2010 in Luxembourg, defeating Julia Görges. Her next major success came in 2012, when she won with Sara Errani the doubles title at the 2012 Barcelona Ladies Open, defeating Flavia Pennetta and Francesca Schiavone. During the same season, she won six doubles titles, such as the 2012 Mutua Madrid Open, the 2012 French Open, the 2012 Internazionali BNL d’Italia, and the 2012 US Open, as well as making the finals at the 2012 Australian Open and the 2012 Sony Ericsson Open. They qualified for the 2012 WTA Tour Championships for the first time, but lost in the semi-final. She also won her 7th WTA title at the 2012 Texas Tennis Open, winning every set in the entire tournament, which had a huge influence on her wealth.
To speak further about her career, Roberta won the 2013 BNP Paribas Katowice Open in Poland, earning her 8th WTA title, and the 9th title won when she beat her partner Sara Errani in the final of the 2013 Internazionali Femminili di Palermo. In the following year, she won with Sara the 2014 Australian Open, and Wimbledon, defeating Kristina Mladenovic and Tímea Babos. Most recently, she became the oldest first-time Grand Slam semifinalist in 2015, when she defeated Serena Williams, and in 2016 she won the WTA title at at the inaugural St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy. Her net worth is certainly rising.
Regarding Roberta Vinci’s personal life, there is no information in the media about any relationships; her current residence is in Palermo, Italy.