NOVAK DJOKOVIC is the top earner at this year’s Wimbledon after taking home almost three times more than Andy Murray.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion has bagged a staggering £131.3million in his career.
Djokovic has won every major at least three times and is looking to secure his eighth Wimbledon title in 2023.
The 36-year-old earned significantly more at SW19 than any of his competitors.
Andy Murray has earned £49.3million in prize money after securing fame at two Wimbledons and a US Open.
Veteran Venus Williams, 43, is still not hanging up her racquet and the five-time All England Club champion is the richest woman represented this year with £32.8million in earnings.
She is followed by Petra Kvitova at £28.4m and Victoria Azarenka at £27.9m, both eliminated in the fourth round this year.
Stan Wawrinka is sixth after winning the Australian, French and US Open titles in his long career and has taken home £27.8million so far.
Alexander Zverev is yet to win a Major but has already lifted the trophy twice at the prestigious ATP Tour Finals and won Olympic gold in Tokyo in 2021.
The German has earned a whopping £26.9m in prize money, as revealed by KingCasinoBonus.uk.
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Former world No. 1 Daniil Medvedev is the eighth richest at Wimbledon after raking in £24.4million from his winnings.
Dominic Thiem lost an epic first-round loss to Stefanos Tsistipas in a deciding set tiebreak and the duo complete the top ten.
The Austrian has fallen back in the world rankings through injury in recent years but still has £23m in the bank.
As for Tsitsipas, he has £20.5m in his bank account but is awaiting his first Grand Slam triumph.
Wimbledon will give all players £44.7million in prize money this year.
The men’s and women’s singles champions will collect the trophy and receive a check for £2.35m.
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