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Old 11-20-2012, 01:43 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Achilles82 View Post
Read the first post.


Yes he did got that, and that's 2 000 000$ . But he got 2 850 000$ . Where did extra 850k come from?
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The breakdown goes like this:


Australian Open
$2,372,910 - YTD: $2,372,910

Dubai Tennis Championships
$87,380 - YTD: $2,460,290

BNP Paribas Open
$203,816 - YTD: $2,664,106

Sony Ericsson Open
$659,775 - YTD: $3,323,881

Monte Carlo Masters
$295,008 - YTD: $3,618,889

Madrid Masters
$96,093 - YTD: $3,714,982

Rome Masters
$291,420 - YTD: $4,006,402

Roland Garros
$782,938 - YTD: $4,789,340

Wimbledon
$447,925 - YTD: $5,237,265

Rogers Cup
$522,550 - YTD: $5,759,815

Cincinnati
$262,610 - YTD: $6,022,425

US Open
$950,000 - YTD: $6,972,425

Beijing
$530,570 - YTD: $7,502,995

Shanghai
$669,450 - YTD: $8,172,445

Paris
$21,292 - YTD: $8,193,737

ATP World Tour Finals
$1,760,000 - YTD: $9,953,737

US Open Series bonus
$500,000 - YTD: $10,453,737

ATP Bonus Pool
$2,000,000 - YTD: $12,453,737

as of November 13, 2012

Where's the extra 400K?
It's not 850,000 in the end. We should get $12,803,737 (doubles included) from $12,453,737. It's 350,000 exactly. Where from?
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