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These days the ‘Final Four’ of the Davis Cup is being played out, but the official season ended a few days ago with the victory of Serbian champion Novak Djokovic in the ATP Finals. Thanks to this success, Nole collected the most money ever earned in a tennis tournament and, despite playing the season in the middle, he was the highest paid tennis player that season.

Nearly $10 million over five tournaments, no doubt a fantastic season in terms of earnings with Nole taking precisely $9 million, $934,582. It was an extraordinary season in which Djokovic won the ATP Finals in Turin and Wimbledon, while missing the Australian Open and the US Open and a few Masters 1000s of the season.

Figures that certify the incredible season of the Serbian champion, a season in the middle but that certify him as the one who has earned the most money of all. Behind Nole, the highest ranked tennis player is “a tennis player”, world number one Iga Swiatek.

Prize money for men and women is no longer different, and women almost always win the same as men. Iga is the tennis player who earns the most this season, behind Nole, with 9 million, 875 thousandths and 525 dollars.

In third place in this special ranking is the Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz, the youngest world number one in history. Alcaraz won five tournaments in all categories and ended the season by winning the Us Open, his first Grand Slam title.

Rafael Nadal is the tennis player who has won the most Grand Slams this season, two titles at the Australian Open and Roland Garros, and yet he is not on the podium, due to the various injuries that have hampered the second half of his season.

Only fourth place for Rafa, who earned 7.442 million, just behind Alcaraz’s 7.655 million. Casper Ruud closes the Top 5: the Norwegian hasn’t won any major tournament this season, but he was a finalist at Roland Garros, the US Open and a few days ago at the ATP Finals in Turin.

Rafa Nadal on his participation in the next Australian Open

In a recent interview with Puntobreak, Rafael Nadal revealed that he may have found a solution to his chronic foot injury which has changed his view of continuity at the highest level.

“The season had several very different phases and was totally marked by my physical problems. Everything changed when we found an effective treatment for my foot, which helped me a lot.

It radically changed the perspective of my continuity in top-level tennis. “, said Nadal. “I will travel in three weeks with all the illusion in the world and the desire to work to do my best and feel competitive,” he continued.

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