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Novak Djokovic set to surpass $160 Million in career prize money
He already has the most career prize money in ATP or WTA history, and he’s about to hit another milestone.
Published Nov 15, 2022
Novak Djokovic is already the only tennis player in ATP or WTA history to surpass $140 million and $150 million in career prize money, and he’s about to break yet another barrier.
By winning his first round robin match at the ATP Finals on Monday, defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas, 6-4, 7-6 (4), Djokovic guaranteed he will surpass $160 million in career prize money next Monday.
The Serb currently has $159,951,008. Just by taking the court for his first match at the ATP Finals he earned a $160,000 participation fee, and by winning it he earned $383,300—so even if he were to stop here, he would already be well past the $160 million mark.
Players can earn up to $4,740,300 if they win the season-ending championships undefeated, so Djokovic could leave Turin almost halfway to the $170 million mark should he do that.
Here are the Top 10 career prize money earners in ATP and WTA history, going into this week’s ATP Finals in Turin:
- $159,951,008: Novak Djokovic
- $131,700,371: Rafael Nadal
- $130,594,339: Roger Federer
- $94,816,730: Serena Williams
- $63,248,285: Andy Murray
- $43,280,489: Pete Sampras
- $42,403,103: Venus Williams
- $40,203,437: Simona Halep
- $38,777,962: Maria Sharapova
- $35,330,662: Stan Wawrinka