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Novak Djokovic surpasses $180 million in career prize money after ATP Finals triumph
He’s the only tennis player ever to surpass $140 million.
Published Nov 20, 2023
As if he didn’t break enough records over the last week, Novak Djokovic hits another landmark after his triumph at the ATP Finals, surpassing $180 million in career prize money earnings.
Djokovic went into the year-end championships with $176,231,853 in career prize money, but with his $4,411,500 payday for lifting the trophy, the world No. 1 emerges with $180,643,353.
He’s the first tennis player ever to surpass $180 million in career prize money—he was already the only one to surpass $140 million.
MOST CAREER PRIZE MONEY IN ATP OR WTA HISTORY (as of November 20, 2023):
1. Novak Djokovic [$180,643,353]
2. Rafael Nadal [$134,640,719]
3. Roger Federer [$130,594,339]
4. Serena Williams [$94,816,730]
5. Andy Murray [$64,246,026]
6. Pete Sampras [$43,280,489]
7. Venus Williams [$42,595,397]
8. Simona Halep [$40,203,437]
9. Maria Sharapova [$38,777,962]
10. Alexander Zverev [$37,830,158]