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Federer´s South American tour earns him a fortune

In 10 days of playing friendly matches, Federer will earn more money than he did on Tour in 2012
Tennis Stories  07 Dec 2012 - 09:06 / by Federico Coppini / reads 4293.
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Roger Federer

As you know, Roger Federer has just landed in Brazil, where will start the Gilette Tour.

This rock star-style tour will earn him approximately $12 million, 1.2 million for day of "work."

This figure is remarkable, given that in the year of official matches, Roger earned "just" $8.5 million.

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