Total prize money on the ATP tour will surpass $100 million for the first time in 2015.
Add Martina Navratilova to the growing list of past tennis greats signing up to coach today's top players.
The ATP has announced significant increases over the next four years that will see overall player compensation on the ATP World Tour reach US$135 million by 2018. Player compensation at ATP World Tour events in 2015 will exceed US$100 million for the first time.
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