Novak Djokovic has made £1.88m after beating Roger Federer in the richest Wimbledon final ever.
The Serb seized the third Wimbledon title of his career, winning 7-6 (7-1) 6-7 (10-12) 6-4 6-3 in a final featuring two titans who are also the sport's biggest ever earners.
With $92.3m (£59.48m) earned in prize money, Federer has made more from his on-court performances than any other player while Djokovic is close behind with $80.8m.
World number one Djokovic has now made $11.3m in 2015 - more than double any other player on the men's tour.
Federer had not enjoyed such good form heading into this year's tournament with earnings of $3.1m, however, the man who lost his bid for a record eighth title has made more money from Wimbledon than anyone else at $13.3m.
Djokovic has now made $12m from his performances in SW19.
Federer's transcendental status beyond tennis also sees him net more from endorsement deals with Nike, Mercedes, Rolex, Credit Suisse and others pumping over $50m into his bank account according to Forbes figures.
Djokovic has made $39m from deals with UniQlo, ANZ, Jacob's Creek, Peugeot and Seiko.
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