List of players to win the highest prize money on the WTA Tour 2022
Iga Swiatek continued her incredible form as she wonthe WTA 1000 titles in Qatar, Indian Wells, and Miami, and the 2022 French/US Opens. She is currently number one on the 2022 Prize Money List with a whooping total of $9,875,525.
Tunisian tennis professional Ons Jabeur has been blazing the trail of Arab tennis throughout 2022 and has even managed to reach a career-high ranking of world No. 2. She is current number two on the2022 Prize Money List with a total of $4,997,069
French tennis professional Caroline Garcia ends the 2022 season with the biggest title of her career and hopes to carry the same momentum into the brand-new year coming ahead. She took home the whooping total of $3,729,317.
Elena Rybakina etched her name into the history books by becoming the first ever player from Kazakhastan ever to win a Grand Slam Title. She is currently number four on the 2022 Prize Money List with a total of $3,613,440
American tennis player Jessica Pegula became the player with the most WTA 1000 wins across the last two season, taking home the whooping prize money of $3,611,716. She is ranked number sixth on the 2022 Prize Money List
American tennis sensation Coco Gauff showcased some of the best results of her career so far, making both her top 10 and top 5 singles ranking debut in 2022. She is currently number six on the 2022 Prize Money List with a total of $3,051,953
Greek tennis pro Marioa Sakkari had one of the best seasons of her professional career so far as she bagged the Indian Wells and Guadalajara Open titles. She is currently number seven on the 2022 Prize Money List with a total of $2,481,419