Two of the biggest names in tennis today—Daniiil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas—have both set major career prize money milestones following the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters.

Medvedev, currently No. 4 on the ATP rankings, earned 145,380 Euros for his quarterfinal showing in Monte Carlo, which pushes him past the $30 Million mark for career prize money.

He’s the 11th man in ATP history to surpass $30 Million.

Tsitsipas, No. 5 this week, earned a total of 157,770 Euros in Monaco—145,380 for a quarterfinal showing in singles and 12,390 for reaching the round of 16 in doubles alongside his brother, Petros. That pushes the Greek past the $25 Million mark.

He’s the 17th man in ATP history to surpass $25 Million, and this prize money haul actually bumps him from No. 17 to No. 15 on the ATP’s all-time list, passing Boris Becker and Kei Nishikori.

1] Novak Djokovic ($167,099,576)
2] Rafael Nadal ($134,640,719)
3] Roger Federer ($130,594,339)
4] Andy Murray ($63,635,379)
5] Pete Sampras ($43,280,489)
6] Stan Wawrinka ($35,757,325)
7] Alexander Zverev ($33,671,581)
8] David Ferrer ($31,483,911)
9] Marin Cilic ($31,200,667)
10] Andre Agassi ($31,152,975)
11] Daniil Medvedev ($30,032,109)
12] Tomas Berdych ($29,491,328)
13] Dominic Thiem ($29,487,951)
14] Juan Martin del Potro ($25,896,046)
15] Stefanos Tsitsipas ($25,141,768)