Jul 27, 8 months ago

REVEALED : How much “BIG FOUR” earns per match

http://sportstalk24.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/TennisMastersCupDay1Ho0d6WQQ2m1x.jpgREVEALED : How much “BIG FOUR” earns per match

Nowadays, the prize money of the biggest events, especially Grand Slams and Masters 1000s, increases every year.

Novak Djokovic leads the list of top earnings & no one has earned more than the great Serbian ($109,800,000), and the second player in this special list is Roger Federer, who has earned $107,300,000.

Federer’s earnings in 2017 are itself more than eight million dollars. But how much did they earn on an average per match? Djokovic played 946 matches (783 wins and 163 losses), earning $115,752 per match.

In this special list, behind Djokovic there is , who earned Rafael Nadal $82,429 per match. Nadal has earned $86,111,000 career prize money in 14 years as professional. Federer played 1,358 matches (1,111 wins and 247 losses) and earned $78,454 per match.

Andy Murray is the fourth with $71,942, Stan Wawrinka earned $41,531 per match, Milos Raonic $37,429 and kei Nishikori $36,110.

The Japanese is very popular in his country, just think that in the last 12 months he earned $30 million from endorsements, more than Djokovic and Nadal.

Last year the Serb was the first player ever to hit the $100,000,000 barrier. Despite he won fewer titles than Federer, he earned more because in the last years prize money got bigger and bigger


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