Rick Macci Net Worth, Biography, Age, Gf, Height, Weight, and many more details can be checked from this page. Rick Macci’s net worth is approximated to be around $2 million. Rick earns his living by being an American tennis coach. He gained the limelight for representing as a master professional tennis player in the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA). According to various sources, as of 2022, his annual income is around $250,000.

The primary source of his income comes through his professional career, guest appearances, organisation salary and brand promotions and collaborations. In this article, we will give all the details about Rick Macci net worth, income, career, personal life, etc. Also check Josh Hutcherson Net WorthRupert Grint Net Worth and Kit Harington Net Worth.

Rick Macci Net Worth

Full Name:Rick Macci
Net Worth:$2 Million
Age:67
Country:United States
Born:December 7, 1954
Salary:$250,000 +
Last Updated:2022

Rick Macci net worth is approximated to be around $2 million. Rick earns his living by being an American tennis coach. He gained the limelight for representing as a master professional tennis player in the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA).

Rick earned his income through multiple sources as he is a celebrity influencer, trains people in his academy, features in videos and guest appearances in radio shows, TV shows and channels like Good Morning America, such as sixty minutes and BBC, CBS, CNN, ESPN, NBS respectively.

According to various sources, as of 2022, his annual income is around $250,000. The primary source of his income comes through his professional career, guest appearances, organisation salary and brand promotions and collaborations.

Net Worth in 2022$2.0 Million
Net Worth in 2021$1.8 Million
Net Worth in 2020$1.6 Million
Net Worth in 2019$1.5 Million
Net Worth in 2018$1.3 Million
Rick Macci Net Worth

Rick macci Biography

Rick Macci was born on 7th December 1954 in Greenville, Ohio to Norma Macci and Santi Macci. To complete his education, he went to Greenville Senior High School. While getting his degree, he studied at Wright State University in 1973. In the 1970’s he was known for being one of the best tennis players in his hometown. 

In November 2021, he got so much fame after the movie King Richard was released based on his life where his role was played by the actor Jon Bernthal.

Net Worth$2 Million
NameRick Macci
Age67
Height(1.7 m)
Weight75KG (Approx)
ProfessionCoach
Date Of BirthDecember 7, 1954
BirthplaceUnited States
NationalityAmerican
Income$250,000 (Annual)
SpouseN/A

Rick macci Career

Rick started his career in the 1970s by playing under Bob Schul’s Sports Academy. In the late 1970s, he started playing as a professional player for the Sinnet Indoor Tennis Club team. In 1985, he became the owner of his academy named Rick Macci International Tennis Academy and trained students to become master tennis players.

His one player is famous world no.1 Jenifer Capriati, Venus Williams, Andy Roddick, Maria Sharapova, and Serena Williams and many others with different ranks like Tommy Ho, Vicky Duval, Gabrielle Price, Tornado Black, Bethanie Mattek-Sands.
He also made his guest appearances for various shows and channels and worked as a consultant for tennis management as well. Rick was seen among the people in the USPTA hall of fame.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Rick Macci net worth?

ick Macci net worth is approximated to be around $2 million.

What is Rick Macci annual income?

According to various sources, as of 2022, his annual income is around $250,000. The primary source of his income comes through his professional career, guest appearances, organisation salary and brand promotions and collaborations.

What does Rick Macci do for a living?

Rick earns his living by being an American tennis coach. He gained the limelight for representing as a master professional tennis player in the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA).

How old is Rick Macci?

Macci was born on 7th December 1954 and is currently 67 years old.

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