Naomi Osaka Annual Income Of More Than 4 Billion Yen Female Athlete Sat.23 am 11:44
Forbes, an American economic magazine, reported that tennis’s annual income of Naomi Osaka amounted to $37.4 million (more than $4 billion), making it the highest value ever for female athletes.
In an electronic version dated 22, The American Economic Magazine forbes reported that tennis’s Naomi Osaka’s annual income from last June amounted to $37.4 million in prize money, sponsorship fees and a combined $37.4 million to $4.04 billion, the highest annual income of female athletes.
Osaka, who is now ranked no.1 in the world, has won the U.S. Open in September and the Australian Open last July in the women’s singles of the four major tournaments.
According to Forbes, much of Osaka’s huge income is in sponsorship fees, and his earnings from Nike, which has a contract until the end of the year, are more than $10 million.
In addition, we have a sponsorship agreement with 15 companies, including manufacturers such as automobiles, cosmetics, and food, as well as airlines.
The highest annual income of female athletes so far was maria sharapova,who won all four major tennis tournaments and retired in February for $29.7 million, but this time, Osaka surpassed this $7.7 million to more than $800 million, making it the highest ever.