£9.6 Million Profit Reported by Emma Raducanu’s Firm Made Primarily from Commercial Endorsements

Emma Raducanu’s company, Harbour 6 Ltd, made a profit of nearly £10 million in 2023, as shown in the records from Companies House.

The company was set up in 2020, the year before Raducanu became famous by winning the US Open as a qualifier.

Raducanu is both the director and the only employee of Harbour 6 Ltd. The company’s financial year ends on Feb 28.

Raducanu’s sponsorship deals include brands like British Airways, Porsche, and Nike. (Credits: ETimes)

Her prize money for 2023 was just under £200,000, so most of her income likely came from her nine major sponsorship deals, which include brands like British Airways, Porsche, Tiffany, Dior, Evian, Wilson, Nike, HSBC, and Vodafone.

According to Companies House, Raducanu’s prize money doesn’t always go through Harbour 6 Ltd. In 2021, the company had an income of about £600,000, despite Raducanu earning £2 million from the US Open.

Forbes estimated Raducanu’s annual earnings at £12.2 million, ranking her sixth. (Credits: Sports Max)

The recorded profit of £9.6 million is a bit lower than Forbes Magazine’s estimate of £12.2 million for Raducanu’s yearly earnings. Forbes ranked her sixth among the highest-earning tennis players.

Since her big win in New York, Raducanu has faced injuries and had three surgeries last May for issues in both wrists and one ankle.

Reflecting on her progress, Raducanu said after a match in October where she defeated Diane Parry, she feels she’s playing some of the best tennis of her career and life.

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