Steffi Graf Net Worth and Biography

Steffi Graf Net Worth: Steffi Graf is a former professional tennis star from Germany. Because of her successful tennis career she was able to become very wealthy. Steffi Graf’s net worth is currently $30 million.

Steffi was a specialist across all playing surface, and as a result she has won all four Grand Slam tournament at least four times. This is just an incredible tennis performance, and we believe her net worth is definitely justified.


Net Worth: $30 million
Birth Date:
Jun 14, 1969
Mannheim, Germany
Last Updated:
October 2019
Steffi Graf Net Worth


Steffi Graf is a retired professional tennis player from Germany.  She was born on June 14, 1969, in Mannheim, Germany. She’s considered the only player who has won all four majors more than four times. One of the major things she is famous for is her forehand drive. She has won seven Wimbledon singles titles (she is third behind two players: Navratilova and Helen Moody), six French open singles (she was second to Chris Evert), she is considered to be the only singles player either male or female in performing a calendar grand slam while she was playing for Rebound Ace, grass, DecoTurf and Clay tennis courts. Steffi Graf is known as the winner of 22 grand slam titles.

Early Life of Steffi Graf

Steffi Graf was born in Germany on the 14th of June 1969. She has a sibling, Michael. Her father Peter Graf was a salesman and decided to be her first coach. She began to train in tennis while she was 3 years old. At the age of 5, she began to compete in tournaments. She eventually dropped out of school to focus on her tennis career after she won her European championship in 1982. She didn’t had a great social life when she was a kid. She was always a shy and reserved person. Furthermore, because of her rigorous training she didn’t had much time to make a lot of friends. Being a class on her own, she couldn’t really associate with friends of her age. 

Even with the tight schedule, she dated a guy, a race driver named Michael Bartels in the late 1990s, but eventually, they broke up after seven years of their relationships. After the relationship she met Andre Agassi, a fellow tennis player, and fell in love. They got married in the year 2001. Currently, they are happily married with a boy and a girl.

Career, Awards & Nominations

Steffi Graf started her professional career on October 18, 1982 and ended it on August 13, 1999. A successful tennis career that almost lasted 17 years. After giving up due to an injury during a second-round match in the Carlsbad tournament in California against the American Amy Frazier, she decided to put an end to her impressive tennis career.

Graf won 22 times a grand slam tournament. In 1988 she became the third woman in history to win a complete grand slam. When she also one a gold medal that same year at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, her grand slam was renamed a Golden Slam. She was the number one of her time and her peak years covered the entire 90s of the twentieth century. 

She is the only tennis pro (male or female) who has won all Grand Slam tournaments at least four times. This proves how an incredible tennis player Steffi was. She also led the world ranking for a total of 377 weeks, of which 186 were consecutive from August 17, 1987 to March 10, 1991, both performances were records for both men and women, until Roger Federer stood 237 weeks in a row.

To inaugurate the new retractable roof on 17 May 2009, she played one more time at Wimbledon in a demonstration match on the side of her husband Andre Agassi in a double play against the Belgian Kim Clijsters and the British Tim Henman.

Her net worth began to grow considerably after her ”golden slam” year in 1988. In 1985 she signed an endorsement with Opel, a car manufacturing company for 10 years, and with Rexona for 5 years. She also had endorsements with companies like Danone, Barilla, Apollinaris, and others.