Ranked: The Highest Net Worth Olympians in Rio de Janeiro


5) Andy Murray – Net Worth $85 Million


5) Andy Murray – Net Worth $85 Million

The three-time Grand-Slam winner already has one Olympic Gold under his belt as he seeks a second in Rio de Janeiro. In 2012, he defeated Roger Federer to bring the Gold home to his native country of Great Britain. As arguably the face of U.K. athletics, Murray’s endorsement deals rake in an estimated $50 million, in addition to his $23 million in career tournament earnings.