The Highest-Paid Female Athletes 2019 forbes

Athletes as a field of sports have produced many renowned females who compete in very competitive events. These events include football, athletics, tennis, and many more. Over the years, some of these female athletes have made a name for themselves.

Their performances at events have raised their commercial values, image right, television rights and in events that make a huge profit. We are looking at the highest-paid female athletes in 2020 according to Forbes. These top paid athletes are all tennis players who have made an impact in tennis from ascending to descending order.

Serena Williams

Serena Williams has total Earnings of $29.2 million, price money from the tennis is $4.2 million while has #25 million endorsement deals and venture portfolio of $10 million. The 37-year-old athlete has hinted of opening a clothing line, jewellery and beauty products and clothing line.

Naomi Osaka

Naomi Osaka rose to fame when she finished Serena Williams during the finals. She earns $24.3 million, prize, money is $8.3 million and endorsement of $16 million. Naomi won her two successive finals and the 19 years.

Angelique Kerber

Angelique Kerber is German Professional tennis player and former world number one with three Grand Slam titles. She earns a total of $11.8 million. She has prose money of $5.3 million and endorsements deal $6.5 million. She renewed deals with Adidas, SAP, Generali and NetJets and recently inked a new pact with Procter & Gamble’s Head & Shoulders brand. Other endorsements include Yonex, Porsche, Rolex and Lavazza.

Simona Halep

Simona Halep is a Romanian tennis player and the fourth highest-paid female athlete of 2019. She ends $10.2 million, prize money of $6.2 million and endorsements deal of $4 million. She has won Grand Slam titles each of the last two years which earned her many bonuses. The Romanian pro counts Nike, Wilson, Mercedes-Benz and Hublot among her sponsors.

Sloane Stephens

Sloane Stephens is an American tennis player who is ranked No.6 in 2019. She $9.6 million with prize money of  $4.1 million and endorsement deals $5.5 million. Her Nike pact, which began last year, is one of the biggest in the sport. She showcased a tennis shoe based on the “Aqua” colourway of Nike’s retro Air Jordan VIII this summer. Stephens reached the finals of four events last year and finished the year ranked No. 6 overall.

Written by Jackson Mridha

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