I get asked a lot about professional tennis players and how much they earn. However, these days most of the top professional players earn the vast majority of their money from Endorsements and not Prize money from tournaments. Best example is ...―
Its really hard to keep Roger Federer out of the headlines at the moment. Roger has just surpassed more than $70 million in Career Prize Money on the ATP Tour. Federer has won 74 singles crowns on ATP World Tour, including 16 Grand Slams and 20...―
Wimbledon has just announced an increase in the total prizemoney for 2012. Total Wimbledon prizemoney will be £16.1m, an increase of 10% on 2011 (£14.6m). The increases also extend to all rounds of the qualifying events (+21%), while per diems ...―
Indian Wells has really pulled out all the stops and increased their prizemoney. Each singles winner will win a cool $1 million with finalists, semi-finalists and quarterfinalists will now earn $500,000, $200,000 and $100,000 respectively. [...]―
Next year’s Australian Open will be the richest tournament in Grand Slam history. It was announced yesterday that the total prizemoney will be $25 million and $2.2 million will go to each singles winner. Australian Open 2012 to Be Richest ...―
In this video recorded during the Wimbledon Championships, Stacey Allaster sat down to talk about how women’s tennis has evolved over the past couple of years and how they have expanded the organization to China as well as to the social ...―
The ATP have announced that they will be raising their prizemoney for tournament by 30 percent over the next three years. The tour will be offering over $90 million in prizemoney per year. Prize money at the World Tour Finals will go up from $5...―
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For the most part, I enjoy clean, healthy eating. I try to stay away from frozen foods and ...
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