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Emma Raducanu’s earnings revealed as star makes Forbes’ world tennis rich list | UK News

British tennis sensation Emma Raducanu has been listed as one of the world’s highest-paid tennis players of 2022.

The 19-year-old US Open champion earned $21.1 million (£17.9m) over the last year and has made her debut on Forbes’ tennis earnings leader board.

The list includes the top 10 highest-paid tennis players, who have collectively earned $316 million (£267.5m) over the last year, on and off-court.

Raducanu, who shot to fame in 2021 becoming the first qualifier in the Open Era to secure a Grand Slam title, was ranked sixth on Forbes’ list.

Forbes reveals that Raducanu has earned $3.1 million (£2.6m) on-court and $18 million (£15.2m) off-court.

Since her win last year, Raducanu has signed multiple endorsement deals with big companies including British Airways, Dior, Evian, Nike and Tiffany.

Despite losing in the second round at Wimbledon this summer, earlier this month Raducanu thrashed Serena Williams in their first-ever meeting, winning 6-4, 6-0 in the first round at the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati.

Before her win at the US Open Raducanu was ranked 150th in the world.

Emma Raducanu of Great Britain celebrates with the championship trophy after her match against Leylah Fernandez of Canada
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Raducanu celebrates US Open win

Former world number one Roger Federer retained his place at the top of the list of the world’s highest-paid tennis players for the 17th year despite not playing a match for nearly 14 months.

Off-court Federer, 41, earned an eye-watering $90 million.

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Japan’s Naomi Osaka, who has won four majors, was ranked second after making around $56.2 million in the past year.

Williams, who has announced her plans to retire from the sport, was placed third earning $35.1 million, followed by Spain’s Rafael Nadal with $31.4 million and Novak Djokovic raking in $27.1 million.

Others on the top 10 Forbes list include Russia’s Daniil Medvedev earning a total of $19.3 million, Japan’s Kei Nishikori on $13.2 million, Venus Williams on $12 million and Carlos Alcaraz who earned $10.9 million.

Lloyds to close 66 branches this winter – full list of those shutting | Business News

Lloyds Banking Group has announced it will close 66 branches this winter.

Between October and January, 48 Lloyds Bank branches and 18 Halifax branches will shut – the latest in a broad trend of big banks quitting the high street.

It comes just two months after the lender announced plans to shut 28 branches between August and November.

Russell Galley, director of consumer relationships at Lloyds Banking Group said: “Our customers have more choice than ever in how they bank with us.

“As our customers do more online, visits to some branches have fallen by as much as 85% over the last five years.

“Alongside our digital, online and telephone services, we’ll continue to invest in our branches, but they need to be in the right places, where they’re well-used.”

Lloyds said there will be no compulsory or voluntary redundancies, with staff able to move to other branches or another part of the business.

According to trade union, Unite, more than 5,000 bank and building society branches have closed since 2015.

But Lloyds insists it has 19.1 million online customers and 15.6 million app users, showing the increasing popularity of digital banking.

It has also promised that all of the branches set to close have at least one free ATM within half a mile, and a Post Office within 1.1 miles.

Once all the announced closures are complete, there will be 646 Lloyds Bank, 510 Halifax and 165 Bank of Scotland branches remaining.

The branches due to close between October and January are:

Lloyds, Bromyard
Lloyds, Chigwell
Lloyds, Catterick Garrison
Lloyds, Malvern Link
Lloyds, Redruth
Lloyds, Lutterworth
Lloyds, Palmers Green
Lloyds, Cheadle
Lloyds, Lytham St Annes
Lloyds, New Ollerton
Lloyds, Paternoster Sq, London
Lloyds, Earls Court Rd, London

Lloyds, Leadenhall St, London
Lloyds, Axminster
Lloyds, Barton upon Humber
Lloyds, Belper
Lloyds, Intake, Sheffield
Lloyds, The Moor, Sheffield
Lloyds, Tilehurst, Reading
Lloyds, New Romney
Lloyds, Edgbaston, Birmingham
Lloyds, Weoley Castle, Birmingham
Lloyds, Billericay
Lloyds, Immingham

Lloyds, Tonbridge
Lloyds, Edgware Rd, Paddington, London
Lloyds, Notting Hill Gate, London
Lloyds, Sandbach
Lloyds, West Wickham
Lloyds, Darlaston
Lloyds, Purley
Lloyds, Aldridge
Lloyds, Rothbury
Lloyds, Wootton Bassett
Lloyds, Guisborough
Lloyds, Cheddar

Lloyds, Cinderford
Lloyds, Cleobury Mortimer
Lloyds, Holyhead
Lloyds, Wallingford
Lloyds, Bishop’s Waltham
Lloyds, Helston
Lloyds, Looe
Lloyds, Slaithwaite
Lloyds, Welshpool
Lloyds, Pwllheli
Lloyds, Caldicot
Lloyds, Llandrindod Wells

Halifax, High Holborn, London
Halifax, Hitchin
Halifax, Ripon
Halifax, Stowmarket
Halifax, Newry
Halifax, Whitchurch
Halifax, Dorking
Halifax, Mitcham
Halifax, Retford

Halifax, Tiverton
Halifax, Tottenham Ct Rd, London
Halifax, Windsor
Halifax, Stroud
Halifax, Ruislip
Halifax, Birmingham
Halifax, Rawtenstall
Halifax, Coleraine
Halifax, Warminster