This is how Roger Federer earns $86 million over a year from endorsements

Roger Federer is the athlete who earns the highest amount of money from endorsements

Author: Luigi Gatto | 2019-08-13 12:10 | 26379 reads

Roger Federer is the athlete who earns the highest amount of money from endorsements. The Swiss player earned $86 million according to Forbes from 31 May 2018 to 31 May 2019 (. This is how much sponsors pay Federer according to Money Control.

Uniqlo gives Federer $30 million a year until 2028. Last year the two parts signed a ten-year deal which is $300 million worth overall. Federer was earning $10 million a year by Nike from 2008 to 2018. Rolex has been Federer's sponsor since 2003, their contract is $8 million worth every year and there is no deadline set.

Wilson has been associated with Federer since 1998 when the Basel native become a professional. The company has a lifetime contract with Federer and Roger "only" earns $350,000 from it. Mercedes-Benz signed a ten-year deal with Federer in 2017, giving him $5 million every year.

Just in Cincinnati on Sunday Federer had an advertisement video for the car producer company. Moet & Chandon paid Federer $6 million from 2012 to 2018. This year they extended the contract for more seasons on an $8 million payment every year.

At the end of 2017 Lindt signed a contract with Federer until 2022 for $4 million a year. In November 2009 Federer signed a ten-year deal with Credit Suisse for $2 million a year. The bank also co-operates with the Roger Federer Foundation.

In 2014 Federer signed a five-year agreement with Sunrise, a Swiss telecommunications provider. The deal is $7 million worth a year. The pasta producer company Barilla signed a five-year contract with Federer in 2017, giving him $8.1 million a year until 2022.

NetJets, an air flight company, gives Federer $6 million a year. Federer became the Ambassador in 2004. Federer also earned $7.4 million from prize money tournaments over one year.


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