Every year, Forbes release their list for the highest-paid athletes in the world.
In 2019, footballers dominated the top three.
Lionel Messi was named first with $127 million earned, followed by Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar.
Forbes have now named the highest-paid athletes in the world for 2020.
The list is based on how much salary and endorsements athletes have received in the past 12 months.
50. Kyle Lowry | Basketball | $28.5m
49. Mesut Ozil | Football | $28.7m
48. Daniel Ricciardo | Formula One | $29m
47. Matt Ryan | American Football | $29.5m
46. Andres Iniesta | Football | $29.6m
45. Aaron Rodgers | American Football | $30.1m
44. Anthony Davis | Basketball | $30.4m
43. Kawhi Leonard | Basketball | $30.5m
42. John Wall | Basketball | $31.2m
41. Blake Griffin | Basketball | $31.9m
40. Kei Nishikori | Tennis | $32.1m
39. Michael Thomas | American Football | $32.4m
38. Paul George | Basketball | $32.8m
37. Grady Jarrett | American Football | $33.1m
36. Kylian Mbappe | Football | $33.8m
35. Chris Paul | Basketball | $35m
34. Mohamed Salah | Football | $35.1m
33. Serena Williams | Tennis | $36m
32. Sebastian Vettel | Formula One | $36.3m
31. Damian Lillard | Basketball | $37m
30. Canelo Alvarez | Boxing | $30m
29. Naomi Osaka | Tennis | $37.4m
28. Klay Thompson | Basketball | $38.8m
27. Rafael Nadal | Tennis | $40m
26. Julio Jones | American Football | $39.5m
Two females crack the top 50.
Having earned $37.4m in the past 12 months, Naomi Osaka is the highest-paid woman in the world and the 29th highest paid athlete.News Now - Sport News