In the year since her US Open victory, Emma Raducanu has risen to the top ten highest-paid tennis players in the world. Forbes publishes an annual list of both on-court and off-court earnings.
Raducanu received $21.1 million (£18 million) in the year following her stunning and unexpected grand slam victory in New York.
It is enough to make Raducanu the world's third highest-paid female tennis player, trailing only four-time grand slam champion Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams.
Raducanu won around $2.5 million in prize money after winning the US Open last year, where she rose from a virtually unknown qualifier ranked 150th to become the first British woman to do so.
The 19-year-old shot to popularity short-term subsequent to overcoming Leylah Fernandez in last year's conclusive and has added sponsorship manages British Airways
Raducanu's off-court income represented around $18m while Osaka got more than $50m and Williams made $35m, as indicated by Forbes.
Raducanu will defend her US Open title this week in New York, where she will face Alize Cornet in the first round.
The British No 1's introduction season on the WTA Tour has been affected by wounds, while Raducanu has additionally confronted inquiries over her instructing set-up
“But I throw out one post in the car on the way to practice and all of a sudden it’s ‘I don’t focus on tennis’.