Big tennis tournaments take place each year. How much a tennis umpire make from each tennis match or grand-slam tournament. In a tennis match there are two umpires that are on duty one will be much known as (chair umpire) and the other umpire is (line umpire). Previously there is hike in the salaries of the tennis umpires, mostly officials who are selected for the top tennis tournaments and grand-slams.
|Category||Per Match Fees||Grand-Slam Fees||Yearly Earnings|
|Entry Level Umpires||£50||£150||£20,000|
Chair Umpires Salaries (£3,500 Per Match):
Professional umpires selected for chair umpire job during tennis match. Chair umpire is well paid in tennis now days. He can get paid £750 per tennis match, but once he selected for the major grand-slam such as (Australian Open, Wimbledon or French Open) his fees gets double and he earn (£3,000) per match fees during the matches. Pro tennis umpire maximum earn £70,000 but as there is rise in the salaries of grand-slam match officials a professional start earn upto (£170,000) annually. Women pro umpire earn (£250) as of chair umpire but in grand-slam she make (£800) during the semi finals and final. Its not easy task become a professional chair umpire you need years of experienced to reached that position.
Line Umpires Salaries (£1,500 Per Match):
There is bit difference in the salaries of the line-umpires, a professional line umpire get (£500) per match but in grand-slam and other top tennis tournament worldwide he earn up to (£1,500) from the quarter finals to finals. Line umpire maximum earn up to (£40,000) annually from all the events held in a year. Wome umpire who is selected as the line umpire get paid (£150 per match) in a normal tennis event. But when she is part of big grand-slam officials team in line-up category she earn (£350 per match) till finals. A women line umpire earn (£15,000) annually.
Entry Level Umpires Salaries:
Entry level umpire fees for each match, they are young and working in the umpires development program. Selected for the junior tennis tournaments and grand-slam matches. Where they make (£50) maximum salary per match. After 2-3 years of experience in minor tennis tournaments they get professional contracts, and start getting matches in the tennis events such as (Shanghai Masters, ATP World Tour Finals, Indian Wells Masters and Paris Masters).
|Umpires||Per Match Fees||Yearly Earnings||Category|
|Carlos Bernardes (Brazil)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Mohamed El Jennati (Morroco)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Jake Garner (USA)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Roland Herfel (Germany)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Emmanuel Joseph (France)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|James Keothavong (Brazil)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Mohamed Lahyani (Sweden)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Gianluca Moscarella (Italy)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Fergus Murphy (Ireland)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Felix Torralba (Spain)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Damien Dumusois (France)||£750||£170,000||Chair Umpire|
|Eva Asderaki-Moore (Greece)||£300||£80,000||Chair Umpire|
|Mariana Alves (Portugal)||£300||£80,000||Chair Umpire|
|Marija Cicak (Croatia)||£300||£80,000||Chair Umpire|
|Louise Engzell (Sweden)||£300||£80,000||Chair Umpire|
|Juan Zhang (China)||£300||£80,000||Chair Umpire|
|Julie Kjendlie (Norway)||£300||£80,000||Chair Umpire|