Rod Laver

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Rod Laver is a well-known tennis player from Australia. From 1964 to 1970, he was most certainly the No. 1 professional, four years before and three years after the Open Era began in 1968. He was also the top-ranked amateur in 1961–62.

What is the Net worth of Rod Laver?

As a result of his professional experience, his net worth is estimated to be around $28 million.

Wikis of Rod Laver

Real Name Rodney George Laver
Nick Name Rod
Nationality Australian
Date of Birth 9 August 1938
Age 83
Work Tennis Player
Famous as Tennis Player
Birth Place Rockhampton, Australia
Hometown Rockhampton, Australia
Height 5 feet 10 inches
Waist 32 inches
Weight Approx 68 kg
(149 lbs)
Caste Christianity
Education School
Net Worth   $ 20 Million

Early Life of Rod Laver: Age, Birth

Rod Laver was born in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, on August 9, 1938. He was born Rodney George Laver and is currently 80 years old. His father’s name is Roy Laver, and his mother’s name is Melba Roffey. In Queensland, he was taught by legendary tennis player Harry Hopman.

His four siblings are Trevor Laver, Lois Laver, and Bob Laver. Rod was born in Australia, although it is uncertain what ethnicity he belongs to. His zodiac sign is Leo. According to his educational background, Rod is a high school dropout. There is no information available on his academic achievements.

Body Measurements: Height and Weight

Rod is 6 feet and 9 inches tall. He is also 69 kilograms. Rod’s hair is grey and his eyes are blue.

Relationship Status: Wife, Marriage

Rod Laver is married and content. He married Mary Shelby Bensen, a divorcee with three children from a previous marriage, on June 20, 1966. Tennis legends Ken Rosewall, Barry MacKay, Mal Anderson, and Lew Hoad attended their wedding in California. The couple’s son, Rick Laver, grew up in a series of California residences. Her marriage lasted till her death on November 12, 2012.

Career and Professional Life

In 1962, Rodney Laver won 17 tennis titles, including four Grand Slams. In December 1962, he was a member of the Australian Davis Cup winning team. He won the ‘U.S. Pro Tennis Championships’ five times between 1963 and 1970. Rod Laver was the first person to win Wimbledon’s ‘Open Era’ championship.

He has won 106 of the 132 games he has appeared in thus far. Several competitions, including the ‘South African Open’ and the ‘Wembley British Indoor,’ were won.


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