Tennis – See what athletes topped Roger Federer.
According to Forbes’ most recent ranking of highest-earning athletes in the world, Roger Federer is on the 5th position, topped only by golf legend Tiger Woods, Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo, NBA icon LeBron James, and the famous Lionel Messi.
Per Forbes “Billion-Dollar Ballers” ranking, Roger Federer earned a total of 1.09 billion dollars across his entire career. “Despite not playing in a tournament since Wimbledon last July, the 40-year-old Swiss maestro earned more money off the field—$90 million—than any other athlete in the world over the last 12 months.
He’s a top pitchman for Rolex and Uniqlo and has a sizable investment in burgeoning shoe brand On,” Forbes explains Federer’s earnings. Talking about Federer and his partnership with On Running, in a recent Inc article, On Running co-founder Oliver Bernhard revealed how Roger Federer became a partner at his running shoe company.
According to Inc, who interviewed Bernhard, “just starting your own business and having it be successful is a win, but On Running was in motion and things were about to get even bigger. After some time, the guys were approached by tennis legend and fellow Swiss athlete Roger Federer.
Federer wasn’t just a fan. He was interested in getting very involved. Was this a Michael Jordan Jumpman moment for On? Maybe. Federer is arguably the G.O.A.T., and collectively the Swiss countrymen had a lot in common in terms of vision and competitive DNA”.
Related: Roger Federer “knocked on doors” to become the Michael Jordan of On Running Coming back to Forbes’ ranking, Tiger Woods took the 1st position with $1.72 billion, followed by: Cristiano Ronaldo: $1.24 billion;LeBron James: $1.16 billion;Lionel Messi: $1.15 billion.
The value of Federer’s supercars Roger Federer’s car collection is valued at £638000 ($772,298), which puts him in third place in the Big 3 car collections ranking. As reported by Evening Standard, Federer is followed by Serena Williams (£637,000), Andy Murray (£444,000), and Naomi Osaka (£250,000).