There is glamor in tennis as well as money is also good for playing well. Perhaps this is the only sport where women players get equal amount of money as men. The result of this equality is that for the last ten years, among the hundred richest athletes in the world, only tennis girl dominates among women. Even before this, perhaps tennis players have been making a place in this list of Forbes. In the past decade, Russian tennis beauty Maria Sharapova has captured a record five, American legend Serena Williams four and Japan's Naomi Osaka once topped the list of women players in terms of highest earning. 22-year-old Osaka has become the highest-grossing female player in sports history. Osaka ranks 29th among the highest-grossing players in Forbes' 2020 list with earnings of Rs 284 crore ($ 37.4 million). Osaka broke Maria Sharapova's record of highest earning in a year by women players.
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Russian Sundari Maria made this record in 2015 with a gross of 225 crores ($ 29.7 million). Serena is at number 33 in the current list. Their earnings are about 11 crores less than Osaka. Although Serena was on the top hundred list in 2013 and 2014, the highest-grossing female player was Sharapova.
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Osaka won the first Grand Slam by defeating Serena: The legendary Serena won her first Grand Slam title in 1999 when Osaka was a year old. 19 years later in 2018, the Japanese beauty defeated Black Beauty of America to win her first Grand Slam title as the French Open. The match played between the two was the most controversial final in Open history. Now at the age of 22, Osaka once again defeated 38-year-old Serena and made another achievement. This is to become the richest female athlete in the world.
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