Carlos Alcaraz net worth: Madrid Open finalist's earnings as star tipped to pass Federer


Carlos Alcaraz could take home £890,000 (€1,041,570) if he defeats reigning champion Alexander Zverev in the Madrid Open final, taking his overcall career earnings just below the £5 million mark for the first time. The 19-year-old has already been tipped to exceed Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic to become the GOAT of tennis and could end up out-earning them too with millions already in his pocket at the age of 19.

Days after his 19th birthday, Alcaraz is already a multi-millionaire having pocketed £3,516,273 ($4,338,906) across singles and doubles in his short career. £2,106,506 ($2,599,323) of that has come in 2022 alone, with the Spaniard winning three titles in the first five months of the season to crack the world’s top 10.

And he will be taking home even more on Sunday after reaching both his second-successive final and his second at Masters 1000 level in Madrid. If he can defeat last year’s champion Zverev, he will receive a £890,000 (€1,041,570) winner’s cheque, while he is guaranteed to pocket at least £486,000 (€568,790) alone for reaching the final if he ends the tournament as the runner-up.

A title win would see Alcaraz’s career earnings creep up to £4,405,949, putting him close to the £5 million mark and allowing him to surpass the figure in dollars, at $5,436,721. While it’s still a long way off the likes of Federer’s £106 million ($130,594,339), it’s a huge amount for someone who is just 19 years and three days old, and he could go on to surpass the Big Three in his career after already being tipped to outdo them in the GOAT race.

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