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Tennis prize money (career) disparity over the years.

Posted by tennisplanet on April 13, 2007

How much would these older players, prefer to play today, with the potential to win crazy money or does the inflation flattens out the advantage? No, inflation lost the race long time ago. It’s real gain!!!

-Rod Laver – $1,564,213 – 39 singles titles.

-Arther Ashe – $1,584,909 – 33.

-Ken Rosewall – $1,600,300 – 25.

-Ilie Nastase – $2,076,761 – 52.

-Bjorn Borg – $3,655,751 – 57.

-Guillermo Vilas – $4,923,882 – 62.

-Mats Wilander – $7,976,256 – 33.

-Jimmy Connors – $8,641,040 – 105.

-Patrick Rafter – $11,127,058 – 11.

-John McEnroe – $12,552,132 – 76.

-Jim Courier – $14,034,132 – 23.

-Stephan Edberg – $20,630,941 – 42.

-Ivan Lendl – $21,262,417 – 94.

-Boris Becker – $25,080,956 – 49.

-Roger Federer – $55,411,888 – 62.

-Andre Agassi – $31,152,975 – 60.

-Pete Sampras – $43,280,489 – 64.

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6 Responses to “Tennis prize money (career) disparity over the years.”

  1. bonniefazzyoo said

    pistol pete still tops the list!

  2. Just me said

    Interesting.
    But an update would be welcomed.

  3. Tennis said

    Roger Federer
    $50,777,919

  4. Liz said

    Roger Federer – $55,411,888 – 62

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