Wimbledon 2019: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal’s net worth and career earnings to date

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal meet again on Centre Court with the legendary duo fighting it out for a place in the final of Wimbledon. 

Novak Djokovic awaits, following his tricky match with Roberto Bautisa Agut.

Federer, an eight-time winner at SW19, and the club house leader for career Grand Slams at 20, is bidding to extend his incredible record at the Championships. 

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While Nadal, who was victorious in their marathon match in 2008, 11 years ago, is just two behind his rival and a two-time winner on the grass at Wimbledon. 

Both have amassed incredible earnings on the court over a combined 39 years on the Tour. 


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The Swiss maestro has the edge of the Spanish bull in terms of career earnings on the court. 

Federer, 37, has earned $15m (£11.9m) more than his rival, with $124 million (£98.75m) to date. 

While Nadal has pocketed $109m (£86.8m) in prize money. 

Federer has proven an earning machine off the court, and came in at No 11 in Forbes’ highest paid athletes of 2019, with $93.4m (£74.4m) combined from his on-court earnings and endorsements.

Credit Suisse, Mercedes-Benz and Rolex are all bankrolling Federer, while Japanese apparel brand Uniqlo tied him down in 2018 to a 10-year, $300m (£239m) deal. 

Nadal meanwhile is down at No 37 in Forbes’ list, earning $35m (£27.9m) annually. 

Should either player advance to the final and defeat Djokovic, they can bank another £2.35m.

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