According to Forbes “Among all tennis players, only Roger Federer made more than Osaka from endorsements.”
Roshni Nadar-Malhotra has a net worth of INR 36,800 crores. She is the wealthiest woman in India.
After making her debut in 2009, last year, Sindhu successfully made it to the Forbes List Of 30 Under 30 Asia 2018. She is among a total of four Indians included in the list’s ‘Entertainment & Sports’ category.
Sindhu regained the spot as the highest-paid woman athlete in India. With many new brand endorsement deals pouring in, Sindhu made a total of 5.5 million dollars in earnings, so Forbes called her ‘India’s most marketable female athlete.’
Savitri Jindal, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw and Leena Tiwari are the three women who are ranked at 20th, 54th and 71st respectively on the Forbes list.
Women are proactive in dealing with big changes and bringing in the necessary changes in the structure of the organization, without actually affecting the working principles behind it. They believe in building support within the organization.
According to the business publication, the 23 Grand Slam singles champion earned $29.2 million in the 12-month period ending June 1, with just $4.2 million of that coming from prize money.
Sindhu was the only Indian female athlete to have made it to the list in 2018 as well. While her total earnings stood at $8.5 million last year, they have dropped to $5.5 million, along with a drop in her ranking.
Taylor Swift is now closely followed by two members of the wider Kardashian clan – reality star turned cosmetics queen Kylie Jenner and rapper Kanye West.
In the recently released list of America’s Richest Self Made Women by Forbes, three women are of Indian-origin. They are Neha Narkhede, CTO and Co-Founder of Confluent, Neerja Sethi, Co-founder of Syntel and Jayashree Ullal, President and CEO of Arista Networks.
The multifaceted, 31-year-old Singer Rihanna is now officially the world’s highest paid female in the music industry, according to Forbes’ annual list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women for 2019.
Serena Williams has now become the first athlete to make it to Forbes’ annual list of the World’s Richest Self-Made Women. She has an estimated $225 million fortune, Forbes noted.