What is Alejandro Tabilo’s Net Worth, Salary, Awards and Endorsements?

Alejandro Tabilo is a Chilean tennis player born on June 2, 1997 and his highest ranking to date by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) is world No. 64 in singles. He achieved this feat on July 25, 2022 and he also reached a career high in the ATP doubles rankings of world No. 249 which he reached on February 22, 2021.

He made his Grand Slam debut in 2020 at the Australian Open beating Daniel Galan in the first round but sadly lost to John Isner in the next round. His Masters 1000 debut was at the 2021 Miami Open but did not register a single victory, but he improved on that result by earning his first Masters 1000 victory at the 2021 BNP Paribas Open beating Denis Kudla .

Right after that, he won his first Challenger title at Guayaquil Challenger 2021 beating Jesper de Jong in the final. At the 2022 Cordoba Open, he reached his first ATP final beating Francisco Cerundolo, Carlos Taberner, Sebastian Baez and Diego Schwartzman, but lost to Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the final.

The net worth of Alejandro Tabilo

Alejandro Tabilo is one of the newer names in the world of tennis and hasn’t quite made it to many ATP tournaments. He is yet to win a singles title in the ATP tournaments but all eyes will be on him in the near future as he is heading in the right direction. According to allfamousbirthday.com, the Chilean tennis player has a net worth of $2 million.

Read more – Who is Bethanie Mattek-Sands’ husband? All about Justin Sands

Salary / prize money of Alejandro Tabilo

Currently in tennis, Alejandro Tabilo has amassed $1,143,822 in prize money. His career win-loss record is 25-26.


2023 $165,255 0 0
2022 $562,897 0 0
2021 $187,392 0 0
2016 $1,568 0 0
Career $1,143,822 0 0
Credits: espn.com

Endorsements by Alejandro Tabilo

Alejandro Tabilo currently has the following endorsements to date:

Leave a Comment