Sharapova became the highest paid Russian athlete of the decade

tennis Player Maria Sharapova, who announced on the eve of completion of his professional career, took first place in Forbes magazine among the highest paid athletes in the country over the past decade Sharapova Separation from the nearest pursuer - hockey tennis Player Maria Sharapova, who announced on the eve of completion of his professional career, took first place in Forbes magazine among the highest paid athletes in the country over the last decade
Tourism Victoria / ru.wikipedia.org Sharapova Separation from the nearest pursuer – hockey “Washington capitals” Alexander Ovechkin (136.9 million), has exceeded 60 million
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tennis Player Maria Sharapova, who announced on the eve of completion of his professional career took first place in Forbes magazine among the highest paid athletes in the country over the last decade.

According to the newspaper, the total income of the athletes for the period from 2010 to 2019 amounted to 325 million dollars. This is directly a tennis racket she ZARobatala were only 38.8 million in prize money. The rest of the amount Sharapova brought the proceeds of the numerous advertising and sponsorship contracts.

Sharapova Separation from the nearest pursuer – hockey “Washington capitals” Alexander Ovechkin (136.9 million), has exceeded 60 million In third place is another hockey player Evgeni Malkin (94,6 million) from the “Pittsburgh penguins”.

In the top ten of more there are no women, and six of the ten lines is hockey players. In addition to Ovechkin and Malkin, it’s Ilya Kovalchuk, Pavel Datsyuk, Alexander Radulov and Sergei Bobrovsky. In addition, the top ten also got basketball player Timofey Mozgov and the players Yuri Zhirkov and Andrey Arshavin.

the rating takes into account work on professional contracts, prize tournaments, bonuses and sponsorship deals for 2010-2019. Figures without taking into account tax payments, withholding agents and income from entrepreneurial activities, not related to sport.

Ex-first racket of the world Maria Sharapova is a five-time winner of tournaments of “Grand slam”, winner of the 39 WTA tournaments, of which 36 have been won in singles, silver medalist of the 2012 Olympics in London.