Sloane Stephens Net Worth

Who is Sloane Stephens and what is her net worth 2018? Sloane Stephens an American professional Tennis player was born on March 20, 1993, Plantation, Florida, the United States. From her birth, she was raised by a well-trained athletic family. Her mother, Sybil smith, was one of the Boston University’s best swimmer, one who eventually became the first black woman to earn All-America honors in Division I history; father John was a professional American NFL player; and her brother Shawn Farrell plays both baseball and football during his High School at Notre Dame high school, Los Angeles. But Sloane Stephens was brought up under the care of her biological mother Sheldon Farrell and her stepfather John Stephens. But it was tragic for Sloane that Farrell died after a struggle with cancer in 2007. In 2009, Stephens’ biological father was killed in a car crash.

When she was 9 years old, Stephens started her training to be a Tennis Star at the Sierra Sport and Racquet Club, in Fresno, California. She began playing in the prestigious Evert Tennis Academy once she was shifted from Fresno to Boca Raton. Sloane attends the tournament at both grass and clay, but her favourite is said to be clay after her entry in 2012 Wimbledon. she was trained at the USTA training center in Carson, California in 2012.

Sloane Stephens Net Worth 2018-2019

Sloane won three titles and one ended up as the runner in one grand slam during her junior grand slam doubles career. She entitled with the most powerful Wimbledon championship (doubles) in 2010. In the same year 2010, French open doubles (clay) and the US open doubles (hard) was won as a junior by Sloane. She was the runner of US open Junior doubles in 2008.

At the 2011 Wimbledon Women’s Championship, Stephens was seeded at No. 12 but eventually, Stephens lost to Nina Bratchikova at the Wimbledon and ended her tour. She participated in all notable grand slams including Wimbledon, US open, French open, and Australian open. Her other tournaments are BNP Paribas Open, Citi open, Cincinnati, Sony Ericsson Open, Camparini Gioielli Cup, 2012 Indian Wells Masters, 2012 Madrid Masters, 2012 Miami Masters, 2012 Internazionali BNL d’Italia, 2013 Brisbane International, 2013 Moorilla Hobart International, 2013 Sony Open Tennis, 2013 Family Circle Cup, 2013 Fed Cup World Group Play-offs, 2013 Mutua Madrid Open, Internazionali BNL d’Italia, Brussels Open, 2013 Rogers Cup, 2013 Western & Southern Open, Hopman Cup, Internationaux de Strasbourg, ASB Classic in Auckland, Abierto Mexicano Telcel, Volvo car open and so on.

In 2015, Sloane was seeded at No. 30 and in the Citi open she entitled her first WTA title after a great struggle with Sam Stosur en route. 2016, was a wonderful triumph year in Sloane career. She captured three WTA titles in 2016. At ASB Classic, Auckland, Sloane defeated Julia Görges in the straight sets. The Second title in 2016, at Fed Cup II by defeating Magda Linette. And third title at Acapulco in the Abierto Mexicano Telcel. she won her fourth singles title, by defeating Elena Vesnina in straight sets at Volvo car open.

Education: Sloane Stephens due to her busy lifestyle, organised to online-based home-schooling, where she can spend more time on her passionate tennis and probably little on her studies. Sloane was graduated in 2011, as a high school student.

Sloane Stephens Net Worth

Sloane Stephens Total Net Worth is $2.5 million. She belongs to Plantation, Florida and she is a talented Tennis star, who received various endorsements and awards. She has market value to be estimated around $27.8 Million, which is quite high. At Volvo car open she was priced with $128,000 and a new electric blue Volvo V60 Polestar. Her main source of income is tennis and she earned lump some amount at the WTA namely the Citi open, ASB Classic held at Auckland, Fed Cup II, Acapulco in the Abierto Mexicano Telcel, and Volvo car open.

She won a new electric blue Volvo V60 Polestar in Volvo car open in 2016. she lives in her own residency with the wealth of 1.5 million dollars.

Sloane defeated the undefeatable and hard rock Serena Williams (World no.1) to enter the semifinals of the Australian open in 2017. And the match continued for 2 hours carried with stress and eagerness among the fans. Sloane has always said, ‘I want to be the best person I can be, not necessarily the best tennis player in the world’. She was a prominent tennis player and works with Volvo car open partners to collect shoes and support poor people.

After her triumph at Volvo car open 2016, Sloane Stephens was signed with Volvo Car Open Partners in 2017 in order to Collect Shoes In Fight Against Global Poverty. Along with the partnership, Sloane Stephens and the Volvo Car Open agreed and launched a drive to collect 5,000 shoes to Fight Against Global Poverty and to enrich positivity both economic and humanitarian.

Stephens enters the Citi Open held at Washington, D.C., in 2017 as 15th seeded women’s tennis player in the world. And defeated world No.1 Serena Williams in the Australian open.

After 2011, Sloane career graph is too low. But in 2015 and 2016, she was back to the form and won 4 WTA titles. Currently, she was the 15th seeded women tennis player and an all rounder. As a sports personality, Sloane can never sit idle instead her sports spirit ask her to be more creative and add something new every time to her career success.