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Feeling bad for Roger Federer after he crashed out of the French Open in the quarter-finals? Don't feel too sorry for him: the Swiss is still making a cool 71.5 million bucks a year. Federer came in second behind Tiger Woods in Forbes' 'The World's Highest Paid Athletes' list, which totals endorsement deals and prize money to find the top 100 richest sports stars.
Other tennis players on the list include Maria Sharapova (22), Novak Djokovic (28), Rafael Nadal (30), Serena Williams (68) and Li Na (85). The entire list featured only three women, all of them WTA players.
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Roger Federer is confident his best is yet to come with the return to grass courts.
It's nearly mid-June and Federer is still without a title in 2013. He is the top-seeded player in Halle, a grass-court warm-up tournament for Wimbledon. Four of his Wimbledon championships came after Federer also won Halle.
The 31-year-old Federer is looking for his sixth title in Halle and...
(June 12, 2013) Top seed Roger Federer and Gael Monfils moved into the quarterfinals of the Halle tournament on Wednesday. Federer beat wild card Cedrik-Marcel Stebe 6-3, 6-3 while Monfils stopped qualifier Jan Hernych 6-2, 6-3. After his match, Monfils announced that he’ll miss Wimbledon for personal reasons not announced. He withdrew his request for [...]
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Rafael Nadal with the 2013 French Open ball kids
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