It was “incredible” and the “next level” how well paid in her sport, the 24-year-old praised the financial framework.
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Anyone who makes it into the first round of the main draw will be rewarded with more than 69,300 euros (106,250 Australian dollars).
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Should Sabalenka win the Australian Open, the tournament organizers will pay around 1.94 million euros (2,975,000 Australian dollars) to the fifth in the world rankings.
She knows athletes from other sports and would therefore like “everywhere to be paid like in tennis”. “The other athletes also invest a lot of work and more should be paid,” said Sabalenka.
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