Andy Murray is the highest earning male tennis player in 2016

Scottish tennis player has just ended the most successful season career with the world number one ranking and income money by ATP

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Scottish tennis player has just ended the most successful season career with the world number one ranking and income money by ATP. Specifically, Andy Murray has earned 16,349,701$ in the past year, more than two million dollars compared with Novak Djokovic. Serbian tennis player earned 14,138,824$ and ranked number two.

andy murray highest bonus by ATP
Novak Djokovic

However, the gap between 2 top leading player and the rest of the ranking table are even much larger. Ranked 3rd in the list, Stan Wawrinka, only earned 6,856,954 $, far behind Djokovic. 2016 was a successful year with Wawrinka when he won his third Grand Slam title at the US Open 2016.

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Kei Nishikori

Canada player, Milos Raonic took the 4th place when earned 5,588,492 $ in 2016 season. This was followed by Kei Nishikori (4,806,748 $), Marin Cilic (3,475,205 $), Gael Monfils (3,372,418 $) and Dominic Thiem (3,152,363 $).

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Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal ranked at 9th with 2,836,500 $ . This year, the Spanish tennis player have won the Masters 1000 championship in Monte Carlo and Barcelona Open. Unfortunately, in May, he met with a wrist injury and had to miss the final stage of the season, from October. The last position in the list belongs to Tomas Berdych with 2,612,055 $.

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Roger Federer

Legendary player, Roger Federer is only ranked 22 with a million dollar bonus after a season greatly affected by injuries. Juan Martín del Potro outside the top 40 but still earned 923 000 dollars.