Prior to the 1970's, tennis players did not win large amounts of money, as they do, today. The "honor" of winning a trophy, along with the fame and glory that accompanied it, was deemed far more important. Since sponsorships were very rare in those days, most tennis players were well-to-do, and could afford to travel the world to play the sport with their own resources. Today, professional tennis players do not have a fixed salary. They make money from endorsements, sponsorships, and prize money. Tennis players can make a few hundred or thousand dollars winning matches in low-level and satellite tournaments, and hundreds of thousand dollars by winning major championships, such as those of the Grand Slam events.
not much considering the amount of practice they do (6 hours a day) prize money for world champs is only about 20,000 euro
how much money does Federer make
If you lose in the first round you get £23500 (as of 2013)
1.5 million euros
10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 dollars hahaha
truth be told, socer players are payed a salary
A whole lotta money
Rafael Nadal has earned $50,061,827 in prize money.
over 10,000 or if they came second 5,000
lol y do u want to know