Biographies of famous sportsmen

How Roger Federer became the richest player on the planet (Part 2)

Business Insider estimates that the amount of money Federer earns from tennis tournaments accounts for less than 30% of his total assets. In 2007, he signed a contract with Gillette and participated in a number of ads of this shaving company. In 2008, the Swiss tennis player signed a 10-year sponsorship deal worth 120 million USD with Nike.

Another Federer 10-year sponsorship deal was with Credit Suisse Bank in 2009, with a supposed value of about $ 20 million.

Roger Federer is also famous for his charitable activities. He founded a foundation named after him in 2003, has raised $ 40 million ever since, and has achieved the goal of helping 1 million African children to be well-educated. He still often spends time visiting these children.

As a professional athlete, he spends a lot of money on his competitive equipment. The racket he uses is made by P1, a company that supplies sporting goods for other famous players like Novak Djokovic or Andy Murray.

Federer also enjoys the luxurious life of a top sports athlete. In 2014, the player completed the construction of a $ 8.1 million modern villa in the capital Zurich, Switzerland.

Besides the real estate in his homeland, the Swiss tennis player also owns a penthouse in Dubai for convenient accommodation whenever he comes here to practice.

Thanks to the role of brand ambassador for Mercedes-Benz, Federer also owns a huge collection of cars. He started working with the car company in 2008 and renewed his contract in 2018. This relationship helps “Express trains” make about 5 million USD per year.

In addition, he also acts as an ambassador for a champagne brand. This airline has recently been The special edition will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Federer’s professional tennis competition. 20 bottles were sold for $ 23,000 / bottle, and all that money was dedicated to further the development of the Roger Federer Foundation.