6. Simona Halep (Romania) – $ 1,937,890
Application: $ 1,928,119.
Pair: $ 9,771.
World No. 2 kicked off the year 2020 by going to the Australian Open semi-finals and winning the Dubai Championships. After leaving the US Open, the Romanian won the Prague Open and the Italian Open before entering the fourth round of Roland Garros.
5. Garbine Muguruza (Spain) – $ 1,942,072
Application: $ 1,942,072.
Pair: $ 0.
The Spain star started this year with $ 1.5 million due to losing to Sofia Kenin in the Australian Open final and quarter-finals in Qatar. She was disappointed at the year-end two Grand Slams, but reached the semi-finals of the Italian Open.
4. Victoria Azarenka (Belarus) – $ 1,991,783
Application: $ 1,959,453.
Pair: $ 32,330.
The player who won the Australian Open twice had a good fortune in the second half of the 2020 season when he won the Cincinnati Masters and lost to Osaka in the US Open final to enjoy $ 1.5 million. Ending this year at 15th place, the Belarusian will also enter the quarterfinals of the Italian Open.
3. Iga Swiatek (Poland) – $ 2,261,21
Application: $ 2,179,271.
Pair: $ 8,316.
Swiatek made just $ 675,179 in early 2020, but at the end of the year she made an extra $ 2,261,213 to bring the total proceeds of her career to $ 2,936,402. Her best days were at Roland Garros, where the championship was worth $ 1.9 million, not to mention she also entered the semi-finals to make an extra $ 66,000.
2. Naomi Osaka (Japan) – $ 3,352,755
Application: $ 3,352,755.
Pair: $ 0.
The Japanese girl earned $ 3 million by winning the second US Open, not to mention being runner-up Cincinnati Masters. Even more remarkable is that Osaka ranked No. 2 in the Top 10 tennis players who hunt for the prize money of the WTA Tour 2020, despite only attending 4 awards, 16 wins – 2 losses.
1. Sofia Kenin (USA) – $ 4,302,970
Application: $ 4,187,581.
Pair: $ 115,389.
This is a memorable year for young American talent when he became the Grand Slam champion at the beginning of the year at the Australian Open, then reached the Roland Garros final and the US Open quarterfinals. She also won the Lyon Open to finish the year at the top of her career: 4th in the world.