Top 10 Richest Athletes in the world in 2013



Federer 300x217 Top 10 Richest Athletes in the world in 2013Sports is something that most people follow, or can relate to. For those of you who actually play some sport, you will know how huge a difference it is from simply following a sport to actually playing it. For most sports, playing is a great way to stay in shape. But for some people, sports is a lot more than that. It’s their livelihood. And with their passion and dedication, they manage to convert their love for their game into serious money. Did you know who the richest sportsperson is today? Here is a list of the top 10 richest athletes in the world in 2013.

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10. Floyd Mayweather

  • Age: 36
  • Country: U.S.
  • Worth: $115 Million
  • Occupation: Professional Boxer. He is undefeated as a professional boxer, and has won all 43 of his boxing matches. Is considered the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world.

9. Lionel Messi

  • Age: 25
  • Country: Argentina
  • Worth: $115 Million
  • Annual income: $44.68 Million
  • Occupation: Footballer. Plays for the Argentina national football team, as well as for the Spanish football club Barcelona as a forward. A very popular player, and considered as one of the best footballers in the world.

8. Cristiano Ronaldo

  • Age: 28
  • Country: Portugal
  • Worth: $130 Million
  • Annual income: $35 Million
  • Occupation: Footballer. Plays for the portuguese national team as well as the Spanish club Real Madrid. Considered by many as one of the best footballers in the world.

7. Roger Federer

  • Age: 31
  • Country: Switzerland
  • Worth: $140 Million
  • Occupation: Professional tennis player. Currently rated as the second best by the ATP. He has won 17 grand-slam titles to date, and is considered by many analysts as the best tennis player in the world.

6. Phil Mickelson

  • Age: 42
  • Country: U.S
  • Worth: $150 Million
  • Annual salary: $60 Million. $10 Million come from annual salary, whereas the other $50 Million come from endorsements and sponsorships.
  • Occupation: Professional golfer. Has won 4 major championships, and as much as 40 events on the PGA Tour.

5. David Beckham

  • Age: 37
  • Country: England
  • Worth: $175 Million
  • Annual income: $27 Million
  • Occupation: Professional footballer

4. Kobe Bryant

  • Age: 34
  • Country: U.S
  • Worth: $200 Million
  • Annual income: $25.2 Million
  • Occupation: Basketball player

3. Alex Rodriguez

  • Age: 37
  • Country: U.S
  • Worth: #300 Million
  • Annual income: #33 Million
  • Occupation: Baseball third-baseman

2. Micheal Schumacher

  • Age: 43
  • Country: Germany
  • Worth: $400 Million
  • Annual income: $40 Million
  • Occupation: Formula-one driver (retired). Has won 7 world championships, and is considered as the greatest F1 drivers of all time.

1. Tiger Woods

  • Age: 37
  • Country: U.S
  • Worth: $500 Million
  • Annual income: $85 Million
  • Occupation: Professional golfer. Has won 17 major championships, and 74 PGA Tour events. One of the most successful golfers in history, and has broken many golf records

That’s it for the list. Hope you liked it. Stay tuned for more lists, and we’ll see you in the next post. Cheers :)

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Comments

  1. Hw do club assicatetion relises their funds

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  2. Your list is interesting… the only thing is that Schumacher isnt the best of all time. Look it up again buddy. Even though Senna only won 3 times, he still holds records… and gues where Schumacher was whe Senna died: BEHIND SENNA

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    • Jeremy DeLauter says:

      I believe he meant to say “one of the greatest F-1 drivers of all time”, as you can see he put “drivers”, not driver. Just forget to put “one of” in there. Otherwise, why even put “as”?

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