Bjorn Borg

Bjorn Borg Wiki/Biography

Bjorn Borg is a Swedish tennis player who is one of the best athletes in sports history. Bjorn Borg was the first player in the Open Era to win 11 Grand Slam singles titles between 1974 and 1981. Borg continuously won Wimbledon and the French Open five times each. Also, he won the World Championships once and the Masters Tour twice.

Bjorn’s Early Years Rune Borg was born on June 6, 1956, in Stockholm, Sweden, to Margaretha Borg and Rune Borg (1932-2008). He was raised in Sodertalje as the sole child of his parents. His age is 66 years as of 2023.

Borg’s fascination with the golden tennis racquet that his father won in a table tennis match began when he was a little boy. After receiving a racquet from his father, he started playing tennis.

What is the net worth of Bjorn Borg?

As of 2023, Bjorn Borg’s current net worth is projected to be $45 million. Borg held the top tennis ranking in the world for a very long time, yet his career prize money was only about $3.6 million! So how did he accumulate a fortune worth $45 million? The answer is in fashion. Borg established the apparel brand “Bjorn Borg,” which is second only to “Calvin Klein” in terms of popularity in Sweden.

Swedish tennis player Bjorn Borg is known for having a very unique playing style. He won multiple tournaments in the 1970s and the first part of the 1980s. Borg won five Wimbledon championships and six French Open crowns. He decided to stop working at age 26.

Quick facts about Bjorn Borg

Celebrated Name: Bjorn Borg
Real Name/Full Name: Björn Rune Borg
Gender: Male
Age: 66 years old
Birth Date: 6 June 1956
Birth Place: Stockholm, Sweden
Nationality: Swedish
Height: 5 ft 9 inches
Weight: 72 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Patricia Östfeldt (m. 2002), Loredana Berté (m. 1989)
Children: Yes (Robin Borg, Leo Borg)
Profession: Swedish tennis player
Net Worth in 2023: $45 million
Last Updated: 2023


Borg represented Sweden in the 1972 Davis Cup at the age of 15, and the same year, he won the junior singles title at Wimbledon. His first Grand Slam victory came in 1974 when Borg won the French Open Singles championship.

In 1975, Borg lost to Ashe in the Wimbledon quarterfinals after defending his French Open crown. Italian Adriano Panatta defeated Borg in the 1976 French Open. Borg won Wimbledon in 1976 without losing a set.

1977 saw Borg skip the French Open. But his second Wimbledon triumph catapulted him to the top of the global rankings. From 1978 to 1980, Borg reached the height of his prowess, winning Wimbledon and the French Open three years in a row.

In 1981, Borg made it to the Wimbledon final, where McEnroe broke his winning streak, and won his sixth and last French Open title.

Achievements and Awards of Bjorn Borg

Borg held the top tennis player spot for six separate periods totaling 109 weeks between 1977 and 1981. Over his career, Borg won four doubles championships in addition to 77 top-level singles victories. In addition to being inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1987, he was given the 1979 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Overseas Personality Award.

Family, Wife, Relationship

On July 24, 1980, in Bucharest, Borg wed tennis professional Mariana Simionescu. But in 1984, the pair got a divorce. Borg wed Italian singer Loredana Berte from 1989 until 1993 and had a kid with Swedish model Jannike Bjorling.

Borg got hitched once more, to Patricia Ostfeld. Their son Leo, 14, is the top-ranked tennis player in Sweden and was born in 2003.

Bjorn Borg narrowly escaped personal bankruptcy when his entrepreneurial endeavors collapsed.

Physical Appearance (Height, Weight)

Bjorn Borg stands 5 ft 9 inches tall and weighs 72 kg.