Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka has become the world's highest-grossing female athlete, surpassing American great Serena Williams. According to reports, Osaka earned $ 37.4 million in prize money and support over the last 12 months, $ 1.4 million more than Williams. With this, set the record of earning all time for a female athlete in the same year. Maria Sharapova had previously set a record in 2015 with $ 29.7 million.
Since Forbes started tracking the income of women athletes in the 1990s, every year tennis players have topped the annual list. Two-time Grand Slam champion Osaka is ranked 29th on the Forbes 2020 list of the 100 top-paid athletes in the world, while Williams is ranked 33rd.
Reports say that since 2016, two women have not been included in the Forbes list to be released next week. With this, the highest-grossing breakup of Williams, who has been the world's highest-grossing female athlete in the last four years, has an annual pre-tax income of $ 18 million to $ 29 million. Has collected nearly $ 300 million during his career from slam champion endorsers. Osaka, winner of the 2018 US Open and 2019 Australian Open, has made lucrative deals with global brands such as Procter & Gamble, All Nippon Airways and Nisin.
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