Świątek earned nearly $10 million this season, which equates to about PLN 41 million. Since the beginning of her career, she has won $24,592,763 on the gridiron, which is almost PLN 100 million! However, we must remember that with millions of dollars also come huge taxes.
– If the prize for winning the tournament is, for example, one million dollars, then forty percent or more of tax will be immediately deducted from this amount, depending on the tax rates applied in a particular country – Iga’s father, Tomasz Światek, once explained to Fact. .
Even if taxes “eat up” a large portion of revenue, Iga can afford many things. Among other things, to purchase land. For this purpose, she went with her father and sister to a town near Warsaw to search for a plot of land for sale. The plot is a homestead with an old house. The neighbors admitted in an interview with Fact that the plot of land was for sale. It has an area of more than five hectares and is worth PLN 5 million.
Eija, her father, and her sister looked at the plot carefully. If Świątek decides to buy it, it will be for private purposes and not to build a tennis centre. As she was walking back to the car, she was scrolling through something on her phone. Was she checking whether it was worth buying land here?
Iga Świątek does not invest much
-The truth is that I don’t invest much. I don’t know if that’s good or bad. There were already many opportunities to invest in something, but I have so little knowledge about the economy that I did not do it – said Švintek in an interview with “Wprost”. The world tennis leader admitted that she has not yet found enough trusted advisors who will work with her and teach her something about investing. The issue of purchasing a plot of land is too serious to act hastily.
Iga will return to tennis in two weeks. He will play from December 21 to 24 in the World Tennis League in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
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