Nick Kyrgios Net Worth 2024, Biography, Age, Height

By Alice Moreno

Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios, the renowned Australian tennis player, has left an unforgettable mark both on and off the court, representing both exceptional talent and a charismatic personality. With an estimated wealth of $15 million, Kyrgios has not only dominated the tennis world but also capitalized on his prominence with lucrative endorsements from iconic brands such as Yonex, Nike, and Beats.

Born on April 27, 1995, Kyrgios, now 28, stands tall at 6ft 4in (1.93m), weighing 187 lbs (85kg), and his presence is matched only by his dedication to philanthropy. 

He established the Nick Kyrgios Foundation, a testament to his commitment to uplifting needy children, a commitment he showed during the 2020 Australian bushfire crisis by organizing the “Aces for Bushfire Relief” charity event. Kyrgios’s heritage is as diverse as his achievements. His Greek father, Giorgos Kyrgios, and Malaysian mother, Norlaila Kyrgios, have infused him with a rich cultural background.

Quick Facts About Nick Kyrgios

NameNicholas Hilmy Kyrgios
Source of IncomeTennis
Net Worth$15 million
Date of Birth27th April 1995
Age28 years
Height:6ft 4in / 1.93m
Weight187lbs / 85kg
Marital statusIn a relationship
EndorsementsYonex, Nike, Beats
Prize Money$8,987,950
ResidenceCanberra (Australia), Nassau (The Bahamas)
CharityNick Kyrgios Foundation, Aces for Bushfire Relief
FatherGiorgos Kyrgios
MotherNorlaila Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios Biography

Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios, a renowned Australian tennis player, has significantly impacted both on and off the court. 

With an estimated wealth of $15 million, he has earned significant income from his successful tennis career and lucrative endorsements with brands like Yonex, Nike, and Beats. 

Born on April 27, 1995, Kyrgios is currently 28 years old and stands tall at 6ft 4in (1.93m), weighing 187 lbs (85kg).

In addition to his accomplishments in tennis, Kyrgios is actively involved in charitable endeavors. 

He founded the Nick Kyrgios Foundation, which supports needy and underprivileged children. 

During the 2020 Australian bushfire crisis, he played a pivotal role in raising funds for relief efforts by organizing “Aces for Bushfire Relief,” a charity tennis event.

Kyrgios comes from a diverse heritage, with his father, Giorgos Kyrgios, being a painter of Greek origin and his mother, Norlaila Kyrgios, belonging to the Selangor royal family of Malaysia and having worked as a retired computer engineer. 

With his talent, philanthropy, and dynamic personality, Nicholas Kyrgios has garnered a dedicated fan base and continues to leave a lasting impact in the world of tennis and beyond.

Nick Kyrgios Early Life

Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios was born and raised in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. His father, George, hails from Greece and worked as a painter, while his mother, Norlaila, is from Malaysia and has pursued a computer engineering career. 

Growing up, Kyrgios displayed exceptional athletic abilities in basketball and tennis and thrived in both sports. 

However, as he and his family deliberated, they decided to focus on tennis, though he continued to cherish his passion for basketball. 

At the age of 15, Kyrgios received funding that allowed him to train as a tennis player at the prestigious Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).

Kyrgios’s talent on the tennis court began to shine early in his career. In 2012, he partnered with fellow AIS player Andrew Harris and secured victories in the junior doubles competitions at Wimbledon and the French Open. 

The following year, at 17, he demonstrated his prowess by winning the Australian Open junior singles title, further solidifying his potential as a promising tennis player. 

These early achievements laid the foundation for a remarkable career that would see Kyrgios rise to international prominence in tennis.

Nick Kyrgios Career

Nick Kyrgios Career

In 2013, Nick Kyrgios ranked number 1 in junior tennis and won the Australian Open junior title by beating Thanasi Kokkinakis. He also triumphed in the Wimbledon junior doubles with Kokkinakis.

Kyrgios started his junior career in 2008 and won his first ITF title in 2010. By 2012, he was a top junior player, winning two Grand Slam doubles titles.

2013 Nick Kyrgios got a wildcard for the French Open qualifying round. He entered the main draw after John Millman withdrew due to injury. This was Kyrgios’ first time in a Grand Slam main draw. He won his first match against former world No. 8 Radek Štěpánek in three sets, ending in tiebreaks. This was his first ATP Tour-level win. Kyrgios lost to Marin Čilić in the next round, but his ranking improved to No. 213.

In early 2014, Nick Kyrgios planned to debut at the Brisbane International with a wildcard but withdrew due to a shoulder injury. He received a wildcard for the 2014 Australian Open, where he won his first-round match against Benjamin Becker. However, Kyrgios lost in the second round to Benoît Paire in a five-set match.

In 2014, Nick Kyrgios won his second career challenger title at the Sarasota Open. He beat Jarmere Jenkins, Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo, Donald Young, Daniel Kosakowski, and Filip Krajinović. He then won the 2014 Savannah Challenger, defeating Jack Sock. At the 2014 French Open, Kyrgios, a wildcard, lost in the first round to Milos Raonic. He claimed his fourth challenger title at the 2014 Aegon Nottingham Challenge, beating Australian Sam Groth in straight-set tiebreaks.

In June 2014, Nick Kyrgios received a wildcard to Wimbledon. He beat Stéphane Robert in the first round and then won a remarkable match against Richard Gasquet in the second round, returning from two sets down and saving nine match points. Kyrgios then defeated Jiří Veselý in the third round. His most significant victory came against World No. 1 Rafael Nadal in the fourth round, making him the first male debutant to reach the Wimbledon quarterfinals since 2004. A notable moment was his “freakish” and “audacious” rear-forehand, half-volley shot from between his legs. However, Kyrgios lost to Milos Raonic in the quarterfinals. This performance at Wimbledon boosted his ranking to No. 66, entering the top 100 for the first time. At the Rogers Cup in Toronto, Kyrgios won his first ATP World Tour Masters match against Santiago Giraldo but lost to Andy Murray in the second round.

In 2015, Nick Kyrgios withdrew from tournaments in Marseille and Dubai due to a back injury he sustained during the Australian Open. At Indian Wells, he had a match point against Grigor Dimitrov, but after rolling his ankle, he lost the match.

After his injury, Nick Kyrgios came back at the Barcelona Open. He had a first-round bye but lost to 19-year-old Elias Ymer in three sets. Kyrgios reached the finals of his first ATP tournament at the Estoril Open. He beat Albert Ramos Viñolas, Filip Krajinović, Robin Haase, and Pablo Carreño Busta. In the end, he failed to beat Richard Gasquet in straight sets.

Nick Kyrgios achieved a significant victory at the Madrid Open by defeating world No. 2 and 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer in the second round. This win was remarkable as Kyrgios saved two match points in the final set tiebreak. However, he lost in the third round to John Isner in three sets. Interestingly, until his runner-up finish at Estoril and reaching the third round in Madrid, Kyrgios had won more matches in Grand Slams (10) than in regular ATP Tour events (2).

At the 2015 Wimbledon Championships, Nick Kyrgios started strong with straight-set wins over Diego Schwartzman and Juan Mónaco in the first two rounds. In the third round, he came from a set down to defeat seventh seed Milos Raonic. However, Kyrgios lost in the fourth round to Richard Gasquet, missing set points in the fourth set. He partnered with Madison Keys in mixed doubles but was eliminated in the second round.

At the 2016 Hopman Cup, Nick Kyrgios teamed up with Daria Gavrilova for Australia Green. They achieved a 3–0 victory against Germany, with Kyrgios winning his singles match against Alexander Zverev and the mixed doubles with Gavrilova. Against Great Britain, Kyrgios scored his first-ever win over Andy Murray in straight sets and also won the doubles, leading to a 2–1 victory for Australia Green. Kyrgios and Gavrilova went on to win the Hopman Cup, defeating Ukraine in the final. This marked Kyrgios’ first title on the World Tour.

At the 2016 Miami Open, Nick Kyrgios reached his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 semifinal. He achieved straight-set victories over Marcos Baghdatis, Tim Smyczek, Andrey Kuznetsov, and Milos Raonic. Kyrgios’ run ended in the semifinals, where he lost to Kei Nishikori. After the Miami Open, Kyrgios entered the top 20 rankings for the first time, becoming the youngest player to achieve this since Marin Čilić seven years earlier.

At the French Open, Nick Kyrgios, seeded 14th, defeated Marco Cecchinato and Igor Sijsling to reach the third round. However, he was beaten by the 9th seed, Richard Gasquet. At Wimbledon, where he was the 15th seed, Kyrgios advanced to the fourth round by winning against Radek Štěpánek, Dustin Brown, and Feliciano López. His Wimbledon journey ended with a loss to the eventual champion, Andy Murray.

In the Atlanta tournament, Nick Kyrgios, seeded second, progressed to the final after winning against wildcard Jared Donaldson, Fernando Verdasco, and Yoshihito Nishioka. In the final, he faced three-time defending champion John Isner and defeated him to secure his second ATP title. Following this tournament, Kyrgios achieved a career-high ranking of No. 16.

In October 2016, after a second-round loss to Kevin Anderson at the Chengdu Open, Nick Kyrgios made a strong comeback. He won his first ATP World Tour 500 series title at Tokyo’s 2016 Japan Open Tennis Championships. Kyrgios clinched the title by defeating David Goffin in the final.

At the 2017 Australian Open, 14th seed Nick Kyrgios defeated Gastão Elias but lost to Andreas Seppi in round two. In the Mexican Open, he beat Novak Djokovic in straight sets in the quarters but lost to Sam Querrey in the semifinals. Kyrgios defeated Djokovic again at Indian Wells in the fourth round but withdrew from his quarterfinal against Roger Federer due to illness.

At the 2018 Brisbane International, Nick Kyrgios, the 3rd seed, started in the second round. In his first match since the 2017 European Open, he beat compatriot Matthew Ebden in three sets despite losing the first. Kyrgios reached the final and won against Ryan Harrison, securing his first title since Tokyo 2016. This victory lifted him back into the top 20, ranking at No. 17.

Nick Kyrgios, after the Australian Open, lost to Alexander Zverev in the Davis Cup while suffering from an elbow injury. This led to him pulling out of the Delray Beach Open and Indian Wells Masters. He returned at the Miami Open, beating Dušan Lajović and Fabio Fognini, but lost again to Zverev. His clay season was hindered by the same injury, causing him to miss the French Open.

At the Laver Cup, Nick Kyrgios faced a defeat against Roger Federer in straight sets but bounced back to win a doubles match with Jack Sock against Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin. During the Shanghai Open, Kyrgios faced controversy, accused of not putting in effort by the chair umpire, and lost to Bradley Klahn. His final appearance in the ATP tour for the season was at the Kremlin Cup, where he beat Andrey Rublev but withdrew from his next match against Mirza Bašić due to an elbow injury. Later, Kyrgios opened up about seeking psychological help to improve his mental health.

In 2019, in Rome, Nick Kyrgios secured a win against Daniil Medvedev, but his following match against Casper Ruud ended abruptly. Kyrgios was defaulted in the third set for throwing a chair on the court and swearing at a linesperson. This incident led to him forfeiting the rankings points and prize money, though no additional penalties were imposed. At Wimbledon, he faced a challenging match against fellow Australian Jordan Thompson, emerging victorious in five sets. However, his journey was cut short in the second round, where he lost to Rafael Nadal in four sets.

In Washington, Nick Kyrgios claimed his sixth title, defeating top players Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semifinals and Daniil Medvedev in the final, both in thrilling matches.

At the 2020 Australian Open, Nick Kyrgios, seeded 23rd, started strong with wins over Lorenzo Sonego and Gilles Simon. He then won a grueling match against Karen Khachanov, his longest ever, but was defeated in the fourth round by Rafael Nadal. Kyrgios also played mixed doubles with Amanda Anisimova, exiting in the second round.

At the 2021 Australian Open, Nick Kyrgios was defeated in the third round by Dominic Thiem despite initially leading by two sets.

At Wimbledon, Nick Kyrgios won against Ugo Humbert and Gianluca Mager but retired due to injury in his match with Félix Auger-Aliassime. He lost early in Washington to Mackenzie McDonald and at the US Open to Roberto Bautista Agut.

In the inaugural ATP Cup 2020, Nick Kyrgios played for Australia, winning three singles matches against Jan-Lennard Struff, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and Cameron Norrie. He also triumphed in a doubles match with Alex de Minaur against Great Britain. However, he was defeated by Roberto Bautista Agut in the semifinals against Spain.

In Miami in 2022, Nick Kyrgios reached the fourth round but was defeated in straight sets by Jannik Sinner. In doubles, he and Thanasi Kokkinakis made it to the semifinals, losing to John Isner and Hubert Hurkacz. At the Houston clay court event, Kyrgios reached the semifinals, where he lost to Reilly Opelka. In Stuttgart, his first grass tournament of the year, he got to the semifinals again but was defeated by Andy Murray. At Halle, Kyrgios notched impressive wins against Stefanos Tsitsipas and Pablo Carreno Busta, advancing to his third tour-level semifinal of 2022 before falling to Hubert Hurkacz.

At the 2022 Wimbledon Championships, Nick Kyrgios defeated Paul Jubb in five sets but faced a fine for misconduct. He beat Filip Krajinović and Stefanos Tsitsipas, reaching the fourth round. Kyrgios continued his impressive run, defeating Brandon Nakashima and Cristian Garín to earn his first-ever major semifinal. He advanced to the final after Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal but lost to Novak Djokovic in a competitive match lasting over three hours.

In Atlanta, Nick Kyrgios withdrew from singles but won the doubles title with Thanasi Kokkinakis. In Washington, he had a remarkable singles comeback, winning the title by defeating Marcos Giron, Tommy Paul, Reilly Opelka, Frances Tiafoe, and Mikael Ymer, and clinched the doubles title with Jack Sock, making him the first player to win both singles and doubles titles at Washington in the same year in the tournament’s history.

At the Canadian Open, Kyrgios upset top seed Daniil Medvedev in the second round, followed by a win against Alex de Minaur, but was later defeated by Hubert Hurkacz in the quarterfinals. However, at the Cincinnati Masters, Kyrgios suffered a quick loss to Taylor Fritz in just 51 minutes.

2023 On January 13, Nick Kyrgios faced Novak Djokovic in an exhibition match on Rod Laver Arena, using the Fast4 format. Kyrgios emerged victorious, defeating Djokovic in three sets, much to the crowd’s delight.

John McEnroe has praised Nick Kyrgios’s exceptional talent, calling him “the most talented player [he’s] seen in the last ten years.” McEnroe expressed concern that Kyrgios may not reach his full potential if he doesn’t fully commit to tennis.

During the 2021 Wimbledon Championships, McEnroe reiterated his admiration, stating he would choose to coach Kyrgios if given the chance.

Singles Titles

  • 2016 Tokyo (ATP 500 – Japan Open)
  • 2016 Atlanta (ATP 250 – Atlanta Open)
  • 2016 Marseille (ATP 250 – Open 13)
  • 2018 Brisbane (ATP 250 – Brisbane International)
  • 2019 Washington (ATP 500 – Citi Open)
  • 2019 Acapulco (ATP 500 – Mexican Open)
  • 2022 Washington (ATP 500 – Citi Open)

Doubles Titles

  • 2018 Lyon (w/Jack Sock ) – ATP 250 Lyon Open
  • 2022 Washington (w/Jack Sock) – ATP 500 Citi Open
  • 2022 Atlanta (w/Thanasi Kokkinakis) – ATP 250 Atlanta Open
  • 2022 Australian Open (w/Thanasi Kokkinakis)


Grand Slam tournaments011
Year-end championships
ATP Masters 1000011
Olympic Games
ATP Tour 500415
ATP Tour 250314


Grand Slam tournaments101
Year-end championships
ATP Masters 1000
Olympic Games
ATP Tour 500101
ATP Tour 250202

Nick Kyrgios Net Worth

Nick Kyrgios Net Worth

Nick Kyrgios has built an impressive net worth estimated at $15 million. As one of Australia’s most popular and talented tennis players, he has earned significant earnings both on and off the court. 

His success in tennis tournaments and his brand endorsements have contributed significantly to his financial standing.

Kyrgios’s endorsement deals with prominent brands like Nike and Beats have further boosted his income. 

These partnerships allow him to capitalize on his widespread popularity and appeal to a broad audience of tennis fans and sports enthusiasts. 

With his charismatic personality and unique playing style, Kyrgios has become a sought-after figure for brand collaborations and endorsements.

Nick Kyrgios Personal Relationships

Nick Kyrgios has been in a long-term relationship with his girlfriend, Chiara Passari. The couple has been together for several years and often shares glimpses of their life on social media. 

Chiara is a graphic designer and frequently accompanies Kyrgios to his matches, showing her unwavering support for his tennis career.

In addition to his romantic relationship, Kyrgios is also known for his close bond with his family. He comes from a tight-knit family, with his parents and siblings playing significant roles. 

His parents, George and Norlaila, have been a constant source of support throughout his tennis journey. 

Kyrgios often expresses his love and gratitude for his family and credits them for helping shape his career and character.

Outside of his immediate family, Kyrgios also shares strong friendships with fellow tennis players, such as Thanasi Kokkinakis and Jack Sock. 

He is known for his pleasant and outgoing personality, which has helped him form close connections with many players on the ATP tour. 

Kyrgios’s relationships reflect his dynamic and friendly nature, making him a beloved figure on and off the tennis court.

Nick Kyrgios Education

Nick Kyrgios completed his primary education up to 8th standard at Radford College. After that, he continued his higher education at Daramalan College, where he completed his 12th grade.

Being passionate about sports, especially tennis, Kyrgios decided to pursue a career in the sport. 

After finishing his 12th grade, he enrolled at the Australian Institute of Sport, where he furthered his education while honing his tennis skills. 

The institute provided him with the necessary training and support to excel in the sport and played a crucial role in shaping his tennis career.


In conclusion, Nick Kyrgios has established himself as a talented and successful Australian tennis player with an estimated net worth of $15 million. 

He has achieved significant popularity in tennis and is known for his on-court skills and occasional controversies. 

Kyrgios has won multiple ATP titles and has defeated some of the top players in the sport, including Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. 

His achievements on the court and his brand endorsements with companies like Nike and Beats have contributed to his impressive net worth.

Off the court, Kyrgios has been involved in charitable work through his foundation, the Nick Kyrgios Foundation, and has participated in events like Aces for Bushfire Relief. 

He comes from a supportive family and has had a long-term relationship with Maria Francisca Perello. 

Despite facing setbacks and injuries throughout his career, Kyrgios has continued to excel in the sport and remains a prominent figure in the tennis world. 

With his talent and charisma, he continues to be one of the top tennis players in Australia and a well-respected personality in the world of sports.


How much money does Nick Kyrgios make a year?

Nick Kyrgios, the Australian tennis sensation, commands a substantial income from his impressive on-court performances and lucrative endorsement deals. Every month, Kyrgios’s earnings are estimated to be around $125,000 or more, contributing to an annual income of over $1.5 million.

Where is Nick Kyrgios from?

Nick Kyrgios hails from Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

Alice Moreno
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Hi, I'm Alice Moreno. I've been writing about celebrities since 2005. I love sharing stories about famous people and finding out how much they're worth. I studied Journalism and enjoy digging for facts to make sure everything I write is true.

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