Roger Federer is a name that stands out in the sporting world, not just in the sport of tennis. Born on August 8, 1981, Roger Federer stands at the top of the men’s tennis world with the record for the most Grand Slam titles won (20) in the singles division. He is the founder and the breaker of several other records and is also one of the world’s highest-earning athletes.
Roger Federer Networth
He has often been on the top 10 of the Forbes‘ list of the world’s highest-paid athletes, and is currently on the top spot, with a total turnover of over $450 million dollars.
Roger Federer has more than 20 million followers on social media including 12.6 million on Twitter and 7.8 million on Instagram.
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Roger Federer Endorsements
Rolex is one of Roger Federer’s oldest fans. Rolex signed an endorsement deal worth a record $15 million with Federer. He also has relations with major companies such as Uniqlo, a Japanese apparel group, Nationale Suisse, Credit Suisse, Lindt, Sunrise, and Jura Elektroapparate in Switzerland.
Roger Federer Foundations and Charity
According to Forbes, over his long and illustrious career, which has seen him win 102 titles, Federer has amassed a whopping $130 million in prize money, and he is still going high. The Swiss maestro has raised more than $50 million in charitable work for his foundation. In Africa, his charity takes care of one million children.
The Elton John AIDS Foundation, the Humpty Dumpty Foundation, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Mines Advisory Board, the Roger Federer Foundation, and the Small Steps Initiative are among his charitable foundations. He is among the only three players to have won over $100 million in tennis prize money (the other two being Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal).
Roger Federer Records
Including eight Wimbledon titles and six Australian Open titles, Federer has won a record 20 Grand Slam titles. In addition, he won a total of five consecutive US Open titles, and a lone French Open title in 2009. From the 2005 Wimbledon Championships to the 2007 US Open, he is one of eight men to have reached a career Grand Slam record and a record 31 singles Grand Slam finals in the men’s division, including ten consecutive times.
Roger Federer’s Career Earnings:
How much has Federer earned from Grand Slam victories?
- Wimbledon – 2003 – $1m
- Australian Open – 2004 – $915,000
- Wimbledon – 2004 – $1.1m
- US Open – 2004 – $1m
- Wimbledon – 2005 – £630,000 ($890,000)
- US Open – 2005 – $1.1m
- Australian Open – 2006 – $920,000
- Wimbledon – 2006 – $1.2m
- US Open – 2006 – $1.2m
- Australian Open – 2007 – $1m
- Wimbledon – 2007 – $1.4m
- US Open – 2007 – $1.4m
- US Open – 2008 – $1.4m
- French Open – 2009 – $1.48m
- Wimbledon – 2009 – £850,000 ($1.2m)
- Australian Open – 2010 – 2.2m AUD ($1.7m)
- Wimbledon – 2012 – £1.15m ($1.6m)
- Australian Open – 2017 – 3.7m AUD ($3m)
- Wimbledon – 2017 – £2.2m ($3m)
- Australian Open – 2018 – 4m AUD ($3.2m)
Total career earnings: $129 million
Roger Federer Social Media
He joined Facebook in 2009 and Twitter in 2013. Roger Federer has a massive fan following where he as 12.4M followers on twitter (@rogerfederer) and has 5.3M followers on his Instagram (@rogerfederer).
Federer feels that social media is a platform where you can interact with the fans and show them how much struggle is needed to reach the top level of success.