Danielle Collins is an American professional tennis player. She reached career-high WTA rankings of No. 8 in singles and world No. 86 in doubles.
A two-set defeat by Denisa Allertová in qualification for the Australian Open was the beginning of a disappointing year for Collins. A wildcard at Newport Beach WTA 125 saw her move to a career-high ranking of 120 at that point in time, and she won the tournament.
At the Indian Wells Open, another Premier Mandatory event, she made it all the way to the quarterfinals after a remarkable run at the WTA 125 tournament in Indian Wells.
Her maiden WTA Tour win came against fellow countryman Taylor Townsend, and she went on to defeat world number 14 Madison Keys in straight sets before defeating Sofya Zhuk. Collins rose from No. 117 to No. 93 in the rankings after losing in the fourth round against former world No. 6 Carla Suárez Navarro.
Danielle Collins Salary: How Much is Danielle Collins’ Prize Money?
A large portion of Collins’ wealth comes from her prize money, followed closely by the money she earns on a yearly basis. However, when her yearly pay is factored in, her net worth rises by $1 million.
There is a total prize money of $3,462,840 in her career, and the YTD (Year-to-Date) 2021 total of $509,743. Almost the course of the year, she’s won sixteen matches and earned over $571,000 in earnings.