Rafael Nadal, King of Clay, won the 2018 French Open, earning $2.6 million.
With more than $100 million in career winnings, Nadal is one of the highest-paid tennis players of all time.
From buying a yacht to playing the French Open wearing a six-figure Richard Mille watch, Nadal likes to spend his money a little lavishly — but he also puts his money toward philanthropy, tennis centers, and investments.
Rafael Nadal, informally known as the King of Clay, took command of the 2018 French Open. Not only did the win become his 11th French Open title and 17th Grand Slam title, it earned him $2.6 million.
But that’s only a fraction of his career earnings.
With more than 75 titles under his belt, Nadal’s career winnings top $100 million. And that’s not to mention what he earns from his multiple endorsements, from Nike to Kia. It’s easy to see how he’s become one of the highest-paid tennis players of all time.
Nadal has a history of spending his hard-earned money a little lavishly, from buying a six-figure watch to purchasing a second home in the Dominican Republic. And then there’s his luxury yacht, Beethoven.
But he’s also put his money toward philanthropic efforts, tennis centers, and property investments.
From his vacations to his cars, see how Nadal spends his millions.
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Rafael Nadal is one of the top five highest-paid tennis players of all time. Throughout his career, Nadal has won $100,564,598 in prize money for singles and doubles combined.
Source: ATP World Tour, Business Insider
He earned $2.4 million for winning the 2017 French Open title and $3.7 million from the 2017 US Open.
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Nadal just won his 11th French Open title, earning his 17th Grand Slam title and about $2.6 million in prize money. That brings his 2018 career winnings up to nearly $6 million.
Source: New York Times, CNBC, ATP World Tour
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