What is Marie Bouzkova net worth, prize money, salary and brand endorsements
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Marie Bouzková is a Czech professional tennis player who was born on July 21, 1998. On December 12, 2022, she reached her WTA singles ranking high for her career, which was No. 24. She reached her highest WTA doubles ranking of No. 24 on May 9, 2022. She has so far won three doubles championships on the WTA Tour as well as one singles win (at the 2022 Prague Open). Bouzková has won three doubles titles and 12 singles titles at ITF Women’s Circuit competitions. In the championship match, she defeated Anhelina Kalinina to win the 2014 US Open girls’ singles title. At the 2015 Mexican Open, where she made her WTA Tour debut, she was defeated in the opening round. After making it to the 2019 Rogers Cup semifinals, where she defeated Sloane Stephens, Jeena Ostapenko, and Simona Halep before losing to Serena Williams, Bouzková gained notoriety. Despite losing, she pushed the former world No. 1 to three sets, taking the first set 6-1. With her countrywoman Lucie Hradecká, she won her first WTA event championship in doubles at the Birmingham Classic in 2021.

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Top 50 WTA rankings

Bouzková struggled in her first several competitions. She was defeated by Madison Keys in the opening round of the Brisbane International. She also suffered a first-round defeat in the Hobart International the following week. She competed in the main draw of the Australian Open for the first time, however Naomi Osaka, the defending champion, defeated her in the opening round. She failed to record her first victory of 2020 at the Mexican Open, but the following week at the Monterrey Open, she did so by making it to her first WTA tournament final. Elina Svitolina defeated her in a difficult three-set battle in the championship. She debuted in the top 50 at No. 47 on March 9 as a result of her strong performance in Monterrey. In doubles at the Birmingham Classic in June, she and her countrywoman Lucie Hradecká upset Ons Jabeur and Ellen Perez in a hard-fought three-set match to claim their first WTA tournament victory. At the Prague Open, she won a second trophy alongside Hradecká.

Year 2022

She defeated qualifier Rebecca Marino in the Australian Open to earn her maiden major victory. She made it to the third round of the Indian Wells Open for the first time in her career. At the Madrid Open, she replicated the record by making it all the way to the third round at a WTA 1000 level. She made it to the second round of a singles match at the French Open for the first time in her career, but COVID-19 forced her to forfeit both her doubles match and her singles match with Elise Mertens. She overcame Caroline Garcia at Wimbledon to advance to her maiden Grand Slam quarterfinal. Bouzková defeated Anastasia Potapova in the Prague Open to win her first WTA competition. As a result, on August 1, 2022, she reentered the top 50 rankings at position 46.

Marie Bouzkova net worth and prize money 2022

She is now paid $1,138,840 USD. She is a professional tennis player from the Czech Republic, and her estimated net worth is between $1 million and $5 million (Approx). Her total prize money is US$ 2,929,771 according to Wikipedia. To be making a respectable sum of money, she must be working with a range of businesses that sponsor her, appearing in commercials, and collaborating with other field agents. She is probably getting high-quality leads because she is ranked so highly globally.

Marie Bouzkova brand endorsements 2022

She graduated with a degree in business in 2022 from Indiana University East. Yonex and Joma are her sponsors. With Joma, Bouzkova has a sponsorship agreement for apparel and footwear. Soccer, futsal, handball, basketball, volleyball, running, and tennis are just a few of the sports that are covered by the Spanish brand Joma in its clothing and footwear line. With Yonex, Bouzkova has a racquet sponsorship agreement. Her racquet of choice is the Yonex VCORE SV 98.

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