Serbia’s Novak Djokovic is looking for a fourth Wimbledon title in a row, and seventh overall, when he competes in his eighth final against Nick Kyrgios on Sunday.
The match will also be his 32nd Grand Slam final overall, more than any other player in history. He’s also the only player to have won all nine ATP 1000 Masters tournaments.
All these achievements, plus his 87 career tournament wins, have helped the 35-year-old amass a fortune of 220 million dollars. Not to mention he’s been world number one on five different occasions.
In terms of prize money, Djokovic has earned 150 million dollars from ATP tournaments, making him the highest earning player in tennis history.
In 2011, Djokovic set a new record for most prize money won in a single season, collecting 12 million dollars.
In 2012, Djokovic signed a five-year contract with Uniqlo, while also signing deals with Mercedes-Benz and Seiko. Although his contract with Uniqlo ended in 2017, he soon became an ambassador for Lacoste.