Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, has been named the most generously compensated footballer on earth, in the yearly Forbes list distributed on Friday.
Ronaldo is just second on the rundown of the best-paid competitors for 2020 behind tennis hotshot, Roger Federer.
Federer earned $106.3m (£86.3m) over the most recent a year including $100m (£81.2m) in supports.
All that cash saw him climb four places and become the principal tennis player to top the rundown.
Ronaldo (£85.3m), Lionel Messi (£84.5m), Neymar Jr. (£77.6m) and American ball player LeBron James (£71.6m) complete the best five.
“The coronavirus pandemic activated compensation cuts for football stars Messi and Ronaldo, making room for a tennis player to rank as the world’s most generously compensated competitor just because.
“Roger Federer is the ideal pitchman for organizations, bringing about an unrivaled support arrangement of blue-chip brands worth $100m per year for the tennis incredible,” Kurt Badenhausen, who is a senior manager at Forbes, said.
Japan’s Naomi Osaka (£30.7m), who was positioned 29th on the rundown, is in front of another tennis player Serena Williams (£29.5m), as the world’s most noteworthy winning female competitor.
They are the main ladies on the rundown.