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I stand by my blondes theory. Imagine how much more Rog's fortune would have been worth if he had stuck with this hair:


the funny thing about that pic is that he seems like he's holding a bowl of oranges

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the funny thing about that pic is that he seems like he's holding a bowl of oranges
He IS.
Not that surprising with this junior's tournament being officially called the Dunlop Orange Bowl.

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He IS.
Not that surprising with this junior's tournament being officially called the Dunlop Orange Bowl.
makes sense then

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He signed a deal with Moet & Chandon in December for $30 million over 5 years. First deal he has done with Godsick since leaving IMG actually.

$76,014,777 in prize money to date. Deals with Rolex, Credit Suisse, Lindt and Mercedes. From all my research I'd say his net worth is like $300 now. Probably more. Plus his apartments in Wolerau and Dubai will be worth a bit too. And who knows what interest rate he gets with Credit Suisse :P

No doubt now him and Godsick are working away from IMG there will be more sponsorships and endorsements in the pipeline. Including more exhibitions.

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Why does he need more money though?

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Why does he need more money though?
Guess he doesn't really I guess. Planning for the future i.e. his twins and also the Roger Federer foundation. Not like he is wasteful with it. And I think he's careful with who he endorses, not trying to make himself too commercialised. If the offers there, you'd probably take it.

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Why does he need more money though?

at least Roger doesn't buy castles

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Guess he doesn't really I guess. Planning for the future i.e. his twins and also the Roger Federer foundation. Not like he is wasteful with it. And I think he's careful with who he endorses, not trying to make himself too commercialised. If the offers there, you'd probably take it.
I guess you're right with planning for future, which is good. He will probably put a lot of money into the Fed Foundation when he retires.

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