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Federer Leads Forbes List In Endorsements

Five ATP World Tour stars ranked in Top 100

Roger Federer's commercial appeal is without equal. The Swiss star leads all professional athletes with $60 million earned in off-court endorsements according to The World's Highest-Paid Athletes 2016 list compiled by Forbes. The Basel native's commercial partners include Nike, Wilson, Rolex, Mercedes-Benz, Credit Suisse and Moët & Chandon.

The 35 year old is No. 4 in total 2016 earnings on the Forbes list with $67.8 million, trailing only footballers Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi and NBA star LeBron James.

Top 10 Highest-Paid Athletes (Forbes)

Name
Total Earnings
Endorsements
Salary/Prize Money
Cristiano Ronaldo
$88 million

$32 million

$56 million
Lionel Messi
$81.4 million
$28 million
$53.4 million
LeBron James
$77.2 million

$54 million

$23.2 million
Roger Federer
$67.8 million
$60 million
$7.8 million
Kevin Durant
$56.2 million
$36 million
$20.2 million
Novak Djokovic
$55.8 million
$34 million
$21.8 million
Cam Newton $53.1 million
$12 million
$41.1 million
Phil Mickelson
$52.9 million
$50 million
$2.9 million
Jordan Spieth
$52.8 million
$32 million
$20.8 million
Kobe Bryant
$50 million
$25 million
$25 million

Federer is joined by four other ATP World Tour players in the Top 100. Novak Djokovic is No. 6 ($55.8M), Rafael Nadal is No. 21 ($37.5M), Kei Nishikori is No. 29 ($33.5M) and Andy Murray is No. 74 ($23M).

Federer compiled a 21-7 record at tour-level in 2016, but missed more than two months due to knee surgery following the Australian Open and was forced to cut his year short after Wimbledon. In total, Federer owns 1,080 match wins and 88 titles at tour-level.

See the full list at Forbes.com

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