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.
Pretty much all of the countries, considering that the Grand Slams take in the best players from each country in the world.
how much money does Federer make
Tennis players are paid in much the same way as any athlete. They can be paid weekly, monthly, or bi-weekly as they choose.
Any tennis player can get tennis elbow depending on how you hold your racquet, your follow through and how much spin you produce.
it is £55
It all depends on how far they get in the tournament.
All events pay a different amount. The better you finish in any event the more you make, so tennis players do not have a set amount they make it all depends on how well they play in every event, how many events they play in and how much the payout is for the event. They can also make money for endorsemant deals and the such.
it really depends on what tennis tournament it is, but for most they get a car and $100, 000. hope this was helpful. rebecca
1.5 million euros
I doubt not a lot. If any at all.
NBA players make 30 million a year while tennis players, take for example Roger Federer have only made 30 million in their whole time playing. actually who ever wrote this is wrong the tennis players get payed twenty five million dollars a year believe me i am one........bitch
The consensus seems to be that tennis players wear the same outfit for an entire tournament because of their sponsorships with different brands. The company/brand will want the tennis player to be seen as much as possible with clothes bearing their logo.
over 10,000 or if they came second 5,000
On average a solid (top 200) professional tennis player earns about USD$500,000 at the end of his/her career.
Players have 90 seconds between normal change of ends and 120 seconds between sets.
This depends on which tournament it is. Often, the fees for the top players are waived to attract them into the competition.
It depends how good of a tennis player you are. If you are the absolute best tennis player in your country, win the top junior events and plan to join the ATP tour straight out of high school (Roger Federer), you don't need much in the way of grades at all. Tennis is your life, not school. If you are one of the best tennis players in your state, win or do well in a lot of top junior events and plan to play college tennis (and maybe play pro later; James Blake), you're going to need some pretty decent grades. For a college to give you an athletic scholarship to play tennis, you're going to need something in the ballpark of a 3.0 GPA, more or less depending on your tennis ability and the colleges you apply to. Remember, however, that there are millions of junior tennis players. There are only thousands of college tennis positions, and hundreds of people on the pro tour. Don't assume that you'll get into either; no matter how important tennis is to you, have a backup plan - something you're interested in academically. Due to their athleticism and love for sports, many tennis players go into physical therapy or sports training degrees in college, letting them continue to be close to tennis even if they don't get to play professionally.
If you lose in the first round you get £23500 (as of 2013)
how is pointing system whom will get points if plays final?
It depends on what match it is. Big matches can cost a lot but little matches are in the thousands.
A tennis racquet usually weighs anywhere from 9 ounces to 12.5 ounces. Every tennis racquet has a different weight, and with lead tape, players can customize their tennis racquet's weight past the standard weight of the racquet.
Tennis balls are very useful for more than just tennis. Old people put them on their walkers, and people throw them to their dogs. But tennis players use them for, well, tennis. I think the biggest market would be rackets and re-stringing them.