Harmony Tan - Playing Career | Earnings | Net worth

Harmony Tan : Profile | Sponsors | Earnings | Net worth

July 16, 2022

Here, we have a profile for Harmony Tan that details information about her playing career, as well as her earnings, sponsors, endorsements, and net worth.

Place of birth: Paris, France
Date of birth: 11 September 1997
Height: 198 cm (6″6′)
Turned pro: 2012
Plays: Right-Handed (two-handed backhand)
Coach: Nathalie Tauziat, Sam Sumyk
Prize money: US$1,153,986
Current rank: No. 115 (27 June 2022)
Highest rank: No. 90 (4 April 2022)
Win/Loss: 250/208
Career Titles: 0

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For someone of Chinese and Cambodian descent, someone who admired a certain Serena Williams while growing up, it is rather poetic that Harmony Tan announced herself on the world stage after defeating none other than Williams 7-5, 1-6, 7-6 (10-7) with a super tie-break in the 1st Round of the 2022 Wimbledon Championship. Tan is a French tennis player currently ranked 115th (as of 27 June 2022) in the world in women’s singles WTA rankings.

Tan turned pro almost a decade ago—in 2012 when she was just 14—but it wasn’t until 2017 that she made her debut in the Grand Slam women’s doubles main draw. However, she and her partner Audrey Albié lost in the first round to another unseeded pairing.

Harmony made her WTA Tour and Grand Slam main-draw singles debut at the 2018 US Open as a wildcard entry before losing out in the first round to Eugenie Bouchard 3-6, 1-6.

Apart from her recent resurgence and rise in the WTA Tour, Tan was successful in the ITF Women’s Circuit where she won eight singles titles and one doubles title. Moreover, looking at her past records, hard surfaces and clay are where she has enjoyed playing the most, while grass hasn’t been the best of surfaces for her. Thus, her win against Serena becomes all the more impressive.

Best Finish at each Grand Slam 

Australian Open: R2 (2022)
Roland Garros: R2 (2021)
Wimbledon: R4 (2022)
US Open:  R1 (2018)

Harmony Tan’s Net worth 

According to the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour website, Tan has earned a total of US$908,860 in prize money throughout her tennis career. Moreover, taking into account the endorsement deals she has signed with several sports brands, her current net worth sits somewhere around US$1 million.

Harmony Tan’s Sponsors and Endorsement Deals


Emirates, which is one of the two flag carriers of the United Arab Emirates and based in Garhoud, Dubai, is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group. It is owned by the government of Dubai’s Investment Corporation of Dubai. Apart from spreading its wings on some of the most lucratives and engaging sports around the world, Emirates’ tennis portfolio includes some of the most high-profile events in the ATP and the WTA Tours as well as the major Grand Slam events. Following her recent win against her idol Serena Williams in the first round of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships, Harmony Tan became the latest player to be sponsored by Emirates.


Tan also has a clothing sponsorship deal with Lacoste. The France-brand, which is famously known for its green crocodile logo, is also famous for its wide range of accessories, including footwear, clothing, fragrances and housewares. Tan has recently joined a huge roster of tennis stars sporting the same “green crocodile” logo on the clothes, including the likes of Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Hyeon Chung and Ugo Humbert.


Apart from Emirates and Lacoste, the 24-year-old French player is also endorsed by Head racquets. The American racquet brand Head is owned by Head Sport GmbH, an American-Austrian manufacturing company headquartered in Kennelbach. It currently produces a wide array of products for skiing, snowboarding, swimming, tennis and other racquet-related sports. Besides, its roster of tennis sponsorship deals include some of the biggest names in the modern era, from endorsing some of the former elite players in Ashleigh Barty, Tomáš Berdych, Maria Sharapova, and Marat Safin to endorsing the modern hot-shots in Novak Djokovic, Coco Gauff, Alexander Zverev, Barbora Krej?íková and Andy Murray.

Rahul Saha

An engineer taking the road less taken. I love writing, live and breathe football, and am always up for a tactical conversation.

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