It's no secret that professional athletes make a lot of money, but some make more than others. Check out how much some of the top-paid athletes made over the past year, as compiled by Forbes.
No. 25: Gareth Bale, soccer$35.9 million ($24.9 million salary/winnings, $11 million endorsements)
No. 24: Fernando Alonso, racing$36.5 million ($35 million salary/winnings, $1.5 million endorsements)
No. 23: Zlatan Ibrahimovic, soccer$37.4 million ($30.4 million salary/winnings, $7 million endorsements)
No. 21 (tie): Neymar, soccer$37.5 million ($14.5 million salary/winnings, $23 million endorsements)
No. 21 (tie): Rafael Nadal, tennis$37.5 million ($5.5 million salary/winnings, $32 million endorsements)
No. 20: Philip Rivers, football$38 million ($37.5 million salary/winnings, $450,000 endorsements)
No. 19: Sebastian Vettel, racing$41 million ($40 million salary/winnings, $1 million endorsements)
No. 18: Russell Wilson, football$41.8 million ($31.8 million salary/winnings, $10 million endorsements)
No. 17: Rory McIlroy, golf$42.6 million ($7.6 million salary/winnings, $35 million endorsements)
No. 16: Floyd Mayweather, boxing
$44 million ($32 million salary/winnings, $12 million endorsements)
No. 15: Tom Brady, football$44.1 million ($36.1 million salary/winnings, $8 million endorsements)
No. 14: Joe Flacco, football$44.5 million ($44 million salary/winnings, $500,000 endorsements)
No. 13: Eli Manning, football$45 million ($37 million salary/winnings, $8 million endorsements)
No. 12: Tiger Woods, golf$45.3 million ($274,000 salary/winnings, $45 million endorsements)
No. 11: Lewis Hamilton, racing$46 million ($42 million salary/winnings, $4 million endorsements)
No. 10: Kobe Bryant, basketball$50 million ($25 million salary/winnings, $25 million endorsements)
No. 9: Jordan Spieth, golf$52.8 million ($20.8 million salary/winnings, $32 million endorsements)
No. 8: Phil Mickelson, golf$52.9 million ($2.9 million salary/winnings, $50 million endorsements)
No. 7: Cam Newton, football$53.1 million ($41.1 million salary/winnings, $12 million endorsements)
No. 6: Novak Djokovic, tennis$55.8 million ($21.8 million salary/winnings, $34 million endorsements)
No. 5: Kevin Durant, basketball$56.2 million ($20.2 million salary/winnings, $36 million endorsements)
No. 4: Roger Federer, tennis$67.8 million ($7.8 million salary/winnings, $60 million endorsements)
No. 3: LeBron James, basketball$77.2 million ($23.2 million salary/winnings, $54 million endorsements)
No. 2: Lionel Messi, soccer$81.4 million ($53.4 million salary/winnings, $28 million endorsements)
No. 1: Cristiano Ronaldo, soccer
$88 million ($56 million salary/winnings, $32 million endorsements)
Visit Forbes.com to see their entire list of the 100 highest-paid athletes.
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