Arrives Wimbledon 2022, the tennis tournament that distributes the most prizes to participating tennis players, and is a fairly large source of income for everyone. And it is that those who fall in the first rounds also pocket higher amounts than in any other championship, but, without a doubt, the winner is the one who has to celebrate the most to be crowned in London because it will take more than 2 million euros.
Every time a Grand Slam or a Masters 1,000 Fans wonder how much money their favorite tennis players will walk away with, but that’s always a function of where they finish. The great tournaments of this sport always give out quite a few prizes, which is why athletes like Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic or Roger Federerwith a long career, have managed to fill their current accounts thanks to their sporting successes.
With Rafael Nadal having won 22 Grand Slamthe tennis player in history who has achieved the most, and with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic tied at 20, the money they have been able to earn thanks to their triumphs is enormous. On the other hand, the prestige and reputation that they have achieved over the years since their debuts have also led them to sign multi-million dollar sponsorships to make advertisements, wear a specific brand, etc.
For example, Rafael Nadal has managed to win, only in competition prizes, more than 123 million euros. He has probably slowed him down in some of those seasons in which he hasn’t been able to participate because of his injury problems. The same amount has practically won a myth like Roger Federer who is having a hard time getting back on the slopes. As to Novak Djokovic, the Serbian has pocketed almost 150 kilos.
If we look at Carlos Alcarazthe ATP confirms that in his short professional career he has won 5.5 million euros in prizes. For example, Daniel Medvedevwhich cannot be in Wimbledon 2022 due to the veto against Russian tennis players, he has gained a little over 20 kilos in these years. Another young man as he is Casper Ruud He has pocketed something more than the Murcian, being 7 million euros his total collection.
18.5 million euros are those that have been Stefanos Tsitsipas these years, while Andrew Rublev He has seen how his current account rose to 11.4 kilos. Matteo Berrettini has earned about 9 million, the Little Schwartzman about 12 and Nick Kyrgios just under 10 kilos. Finally, Andy Murray has reached 60 million euros.
As for the Spaniards who are higher in the ranking of the ATP, after naming Rafael Nadal oa Carlos Alcarazwe stop at Pablo Carrenowhich is close to 13 million euros. Robert Baptist has already passed the 15 kilo line and Davidovich is trying to reach 3 million. Pablo Andujar has earned about 6.5 million, while Albert Ramos He has bagged about 9 kilos.