Sinner has become the first Italian tennis player to earn $20 million in prize money

Tennis news 02 apr 2024, 12:17
Sinner has become the first Italian tennis player to earn 20 million in prize money PHOTO: Arturo Jimenez

Jannik Sinner has surpassed the $20 million prize money mark for his career following his victory at the Miami Masters.

The 22-year-old Italian becomes the third tennis player born in the 2000s to reach this milestone. Previously, Carlos Alcaraz ($28.7 million) and Iga Swiatek ($27.1 million) achieved this feat.

Sinner becomes the first Italian tennis player in ATP and WTA history to amass over $20 million in career earnings.

Here are the Italian tennis players with the highest career prize money in ATP and WTA history ($10 million+):

$21,021,773: Jannik Sinner
$18,185,997: Fabio Fognini
$14,494,237: Sara Errani
$14,197,886: Flavia Pennetta
$11,816,212: Andreas Seppi
$11,808,215: Roberta Vinci
$11,588,215: Matteo Berrettini
$11,324,245: Francesca Schiavone

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