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July 5th, 2017

Grand Slams Considering Cutting First Round Prize Money To Stem The Tide Of Early Retirements

What happens when men retire in back-to-back matches on Centre Court? Change happens.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 6:37 pm in Prize Money, Wimbledon | 12 Comments »

December 27th, 2016

2017 Australian Open Singles Winners Will Earn $2.66M, First Round Losers $36K

Australian Open has bumped its prize money by 14% over last year.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 10:59 am in Australian Open, Prize Money | Comments Off

June 10th, 2016

Forbes: Roger Federer Remains The Highest Paid Player In Tennis

Roger Federer might not be No. 1, but he still in according to advertisers.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 8:59 am in Prize Money | 49 Comments »

June 7th, 2016

Forbes: Serena Williams Passes Maria Sharapova To Become Highest Paid Female Athlete

Tennis players dominate the list of highest paid female athletes.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 9:37 am in Prize Money, WTA | Comments Off

April 3rd, 2016

Novak Djokovic Now Leads Roger Federer In Career Prize Money

Novak Djokovic now ahead of Roger Federer in career prize money.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 4:06 pm in Charts, Miami, Prize Money | 32 Comments »

November 24th, 2015

21 Million Dollar Man Novak Djokovic Made More Prize Money In 2015 Than Andy Roddick Made In His Career

Novak Djokovic made more prize money this year than former greats like Ivan Lendl, Andy Roddick and Stefan Edberg made in their entire careers!

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 11:40 am in 2015 Season, Prize Money | 17 Comments »

October 22nd, 2015

Novak Djokovic Sets Single Season Record For Prize Money [Chart]

Novak Djokovic is the first player to win more than $16M in a single season.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 9:46 am in 2015 Season, Charts, Prize Money | 22 Comments »

June 11th, 2015

Roger Federer Leads List Of Highest Paid Tennis Players, Novak Djokovic Ahead Of Rafael Nadal

Roger Federer still earns the most in tennis.

Posted by Tom Gainey @ 10:04 am in Prize Money | 18 Comments »