His main and rather the only source of income is a professional career as a tennis player which brings him great profits.
2018 proved to be a breakthrough year for Opelka.
He won three ATP Challenger titles in the season, the first American to do so since Bradley Klahn in 2014.
On the ATP World Tour, he reached the quarterfinals at the Delray Beach Open, picking up his first top 10 win of his burgeoning career, defeating world No. 8, Jack Sock, in the second round.
His solid performance on the ATP Challenger Tour earned him his first top-100 year-end finish in singles, ending the season at world No. 99.
In 2019 at the Australian Open, Opelka upset compatriot John Isner in the first round. This was the second top 10 win of his career.
In February 2020, he lifted his second career trophy, at the Delray Beach Open. After an extended break due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, play resumed and Opelka reached his first ATP Tour Masters level quarterfinal at the Cincinnati Masters. En route he earned his fifth career top 10 win, defeating Matteo Berrettini.
At the US Open, Reilly reached the fourth round of a Major for the first time in his career. There, he lost to Lloyd Harris in four sets. From this run, he cracked the top 20 in the ATP singles rankings for the first time at world No. 19 on September 13, 2021.
At the 2022 Australian Open, Opelka reached the third round, where he lost to Denis Shapovalov.
At the 2022 Delray Beach Open, Opelka reached his second final in as many weeks, losing to Cameron Norrie. As a result he reached a new career-high ranking of world No. 18 on February 21, 2022.
Reilly Opelka's net worth is currently estimated at $1.5 million.
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Reilly Opelkaâ€™s father is George Opelka.
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