Lionel Messi & Tiger Woods

Lionel Andrés Messi (born 24 June 1987) is an Argentine footballer who plays in La Liga for FC Barcelona and captains the Argentina national team, mainly as a forward. Eldrick Tont Tiger Woods (born December 30, 1975) is an American professional golfer whose achievements to date rank him among the most successful golfers of all time. 5.0/5

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Tiger Woods: Golfer compares himself to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
Lionel Messi was Tiger Woods's slacker college roommate and his untidy habits are what drove Tiger to madness
has Serena Williams and Tiger Woods ahead of Lionel Messi for athletes in the last 2 decades. Is that some kind of joke?
Dhoni remains the country's most valuable athlete, according to Forbes Magazine. Dhoni is the fifth most valuable sportsperson in the world, a list jointly headed by Roger Federer and Tiger Woods. 'Value' is attached depending on the quantum of money they have earned from fees and endorsements in a year. As per Forbes, Federer and Woods each earned $46 million each in 2013. Dhoni earned $21 million, two million less than tennis queen Maria Sharapova at No. 4. Basketball star Lebron James (27 million USD) and Phil Mickelson (25 million USD) are second and third, respectively. Soccer stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are valued at 13 million USD each According to the ATP World Tour's website, Federer's name is so popular that it costs tournament organisers more than $1m just to get a starting guarantee from Federer's management. His 10-year contract with Nike is reportedly worth a total of $100m. Federer holds a record 17 Grand Slam tennis titles, while Woods has won 14 Major golf titles, second only ...
Lionel Messi and Tiger Woods had a love child. His name is Russel Wilson.
With the retirement of Derek Jeter coming up.. It got me thinking about some of the most iconic athletes of my lifetime. These are the players that revolutionized their sport.. These are some guys I thought of.. Pretty fortunate to watch all these athletes compete! Derek Jeter, Ken Griffey Jr, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Ray Lewis, Shaun White, Tony Hawk, Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, Lionel Messi.
Great news!!! Channel 4 have given the green light to my new celebrity/reality show. The programme will be set in a deli counter where the general public will have their lunchtime orders prepared and served by a sparkling menu of A-listers: Stella Mccartney and Victoria Beckham will be dressing the salads; Tiger Woods will be handling the wedges; Enda Kenny will man the mayo; Lionel Messi will be doing the chips; Georgia Salpa will be laying out the baps; Snoop Dogg will be doing the rolls; The head of the ECB Mario Draghi will be sourcing the bread; Nigella Lawson will oversee the operation and provide customers with a complimentary Coke. The show will be called 'Roll of a Lifetime', and promises to be an exciting production. Nigella's participation is a real coup and with her involved I can hardly wait for the wrap party.
Bolt, Fraser-Pryce shortlisted for US Sports Academy Athlete-of-the-Year awards Jamaican sprinters Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce have been shortlisted for the United States Sports Academy Athlete-of-the-Year Award 2013. Bolt and US tennis player Serena Williams are in the running to win back-to-back awards. The US Sports Academy in conjunction with NBC Sports will select the athletes of the year by an online balloting system, which will close at midnight on December 20. This year's selection features 11 countries and 12 sports. Bolt is up against the likes of Lebron James, Tiger Woods, Raphael Nadal and Lionel Messi while Williams will have to fend off a challenge from Fraser Pryce and US swimming sensation Missy Franklyn. Kim Yuna, South Korea, Skating
Who's the best where it counts? Have you ever heard of Calvin Johnson, Ray Rice, Joe Mauer or Johan Santana? What do these hard-to-place names have in common with first-name-only sport superstars Tiger, Roger, Kobe and Lebron? You'd never guess, but they all make more money than Usain Bolt. That's according to Forbes Magazine and its 2013 list of the Highest Paid Athletes. The tall man appears at No. 40, well below Tiger Woods who is No. 1. According to Forbes, Tiger rakes in US$78.1m in pay, US$13.1m in salary/prize money and US$65m in endorsements. The corresponding figures for Usain are US$24.2m/US$0.2m/US$24m. Comparing athletes in different sports is hard, but has Tiger been as good and dominant in golf as Bolt has been in athletics? The Forbes top 10 is Tiger, Roger Federer, Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, NFL quarterback Drew Brees, golfer Phil Mickelson, Aaron Rodgers, also of the NFL, retired footballer David Beckham, and active star footballers Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Many of those ahead ...
Highest Paid Athletes in The World (2013) – Forbes Forbes just released its list of the 100 highest-paid athletes in the world in the last year. Tiger Woods is back on top after after a one-year absence. He made $78.1 million in the last year thanks to his dramatic rise back to the top of the golf world. Floyd Mayweather Jr. was last year. Ten of the 20 highest-paid athletes play “Big 4″ American sports (MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL). Maria Sharapova is the highest-paid female athlete on the list. She came in just outside the top 20 (making $29 million. Here’s the top 20: 1.Tiger Woods (golf) — $78.1 million 2.Roger Federer (tennis) — $71.5 million 3.Kobe Bryant (basketball) — $61.9 million 4.Lebron James (basketball) — $59.8 million 5.Drew Brees (football) — $51 million 6.Aaron Rodgers (football) — $49 million 7.Phil Mickelson (golf) — $48.7 million 8.David Beckham (soccer) — $47.2 million 9.Cristiano Ronaldo (soccer) — $44 million 10.Lionel Messi (soccer) — $41.3 million 11.Tom Brady ( ...
FORBES LIST OF AFRICA'S HIGHEST PAID FOOTBALLERS Sports is big business. This is true globally and in Kenya, sports has created multi-millionaires, especially in athletics. Our sports heroes, however, earn peanuts compared to the dollar billionaires from other parts of the world that owe their riches to their prowess in the field, track, golf courses and other sports arena. A recently released list of the richest sportsmen shows golfer, Tiger Woods, as the highest paid athlete in the world, getting $78.1 million a year in salaries, winnings and endorsements. Tennis player Roger Federer and basketball player Kobe Bryant are second and third respectively. Globally stars like David Beckham ($47 million), Cristiano Ronaldo ($44 million) and Lionel Messi ($41 million) are the highest earning footballers and ranked eighth, ninth and tenth on the Forbes list. The Forbes list of Africa’s highest paid footballers based solely on their annual salaries are: Yaya Toure Country of citizenship: Ivory Coast Club: Manc ...
Azeem Rahman Ijaz Rahman Fahmy Rahman 15 Years after playing the final game of his competitive playing career which ended with a championship winning shot with 5 seconds left in game 6 against Utah in the 1998 NBA Finals, Forbes has reported that Michael Jordan made an astonishing US$ 80 million in 2012 which was second only to Floyd Mayweather Jr. who made US$ 85 million among all athletes around the world. Jordan was not listed in the official list of highest paid athletes for the year 2012 because he is no longer active. He still made more money than all other active athletes who happen to be in their prime today other than Floyd Mayweather Jr and keep in mind that unlike Jordan all of these guys still active have two sources of income which is their salary and endorsement deals. I’d like to see whether Tiger Woods, Floyd Mayweather himself, Lionel Messi, Ronaldo, Federer or anyone else will even make 20% of US$ 80 million 15 years after they retire. Athletes usually lose their marketability and bank ...
My greatest sportsmen and woman of all time. 1) Roger Federer, 2) Tiger Woods, 3) Jack Nicklaus, 4) Muhammad Ali, 5) Lionel Messi
Phil Taylor is to darts what Rodger Federer to tennis, Tiger Woods is to golf and Lionel Messi is to football.
There are some athletes that are just a different breed. Phil Taylor, Tiger Woods, Usain Bolt, Lionel Messi
American boxer, Floyd Mayweather Jr. is the world's highest-paid athlete with $85 million, which comes from only salary/winnings. Another boxer, Manny Pacquiao, from the Philippines, is in second with a total earnings of $62 million. Tiger Woods ($54.9 million), Lebron James ($53 million), Roger Federer ($52.7 million), Kobe Bryant ($52.3 million), Phil Mickelson ($47.8 million), David Beckham ($46 million), Cristiano Ronaldo ($42.5 million) and American footballer, Peyton Manning ($42.4 million) complete the top ten in that order. Current Fifa World of the Year, Lionel Messi, who earns a total of $39 million is in 11th place.
I have been thinking of all the greatest sportsmen of Our time. Michael Phelps, Roger Federer, Tiger Woods, Floyd Mayweather, Klitschko Brothers,Lebron J and Kobe, Nadal Cr7 and Lionel Messi and numerous others. n i think Usain Bolt is the greatest because over the years he raised the bar of the sprints and the effect has rubbed off on every athlete. Can you imagine that just to keep up with the dude every other athlete except the injured powell posted a personal best in today's final! All hail Bolt, the king of the track!
Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps, Roger Federer, Tiger Woods, Serena Williams & Of crse Lionel Messi. all LEGEND of their field is living in our tym :-) we r really lucky 2 have all of them altogether :-) :-)
Best on the planet. Federer is the best player to ever hold the racket since Adam and Eve. He is the Tennis equivalent of Mohammed Ali, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods and Pele and Lionel Messi
Sport Legends of my generation: Shaquille O'Neal, Lionel Messi, Roger Federer, Tiger Woods and Usain Bolt :)
Manchester City’s Yaya Toure took in €15.1 million in earnings and endorsements over the past 12 months to make Forbes’ list of the 100 highest paid athletes, and the only African. The 29-year-old Cote D’Ivoire international midfielder is however placed near the bottom at 73 rd position ofthe list topped by American boxer Floyd Mayweather with €67.35 million, followed by Filipino professional boxer and politician Manny Pacquiao, who earned €49.12 million. Former world’s richest sportsman golfer Tiger Woods comes third with earnings worth €47.07 million. The first footballer on the list is former England Captain David Beckham, who now plays for Los Angeles Galaxy. He made €36.45 million during the last 12 months to sit at 8th position ahead of Real Madrid’s Christiano Ronaldo on 9 th position with €33.6 million. Three-time Fifa Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi of Barcelona comes 11 th with €30.9 million earned. Below are the 10 highest paid footballers during the previous season ac ...
TOO MUCH MONEY. As boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr languishes in jail, he can at least console himself with the thought that he is the world's highest-paid sportsman. Floyd MayweatherForbes Magazine's new list puts the American - who is serving a three-month sentence in Las Vegas for domestic battery - at the head of their latest top 100, with earnings of £54.4 million for his two fights in the last 12 months. Mayweather's arch-rival Manny Pacquiao is second on the list with £39.7m, despite losing his WBO welterweight title in a controversial decision against Timothy Bradley a few weeks ago. Tiger Woods has slipped to third with £38m, his struggles on and off the golf course finally seeing him lose the top spot that he had held since 2001. Basketball's Lebron James (£33.9m) and tennis's Roger Federer (£33.7m) round out the top five. The best-paid footballer on the list is David Beckham of the LA Galaxy. Beckham's on-pitch earnings may have been superseded by the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristia ...
Since we have resigned ourselves to copy most things d westerners do, why cant we learn to nurture players like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, or perhaps nurture sportsmen like Rafael Nadal & Tiger woods?
Since you enjoy golf, and play football.. Who would u rather be, Tiger Woods or Lionel Messi?
Lionel Messi, Roger Federer, Lebron James, Tiger Woods and Flody "Money " Mayweather Jr: Im so blessed to watch this guys play
Lebron James is the most earning person in the world. 2nd Tiger Woods, 3rd Cristiano Ronaldo and 4th Lionel Messi.
Join me tonight for "The Last Word on Sports" Wonderful Wednesday edition/hump day edition of the show. On tonight's broadcast I discuss; The Denver Broncos off season moves, preview THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP in golf, and have a fascinating debate regarding Lionel Messi, Tiger Woods, Ronaldo, LeBron, and more. And finally, what is the best thing about sports. Please join me from 8-10 PM EST. Ready for another entertaining show. Thanks for the support, could not do it without you. Have a great night everyone and do something nice for someone else.
I see Holes like Tiger Woods,I score goals like Lionel Messi. What'u mean i can't have you? You must be kidding me.fellas
Ronnie O'Sullivan is to snooker what Tiger Woods is to golf, what Lionel Messi is to football and what Roger Federer is to Tennis, genius
Ronnie O'Sullivan in full flow is the Lionel Messi, Mike Tyson, Phil Taylor, Jonny Wilkinson, Usain Bolt & Tiger Woods of Snooker. Amazing.
SRT, Lionel Messi, Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods, Rodger Federer Wow I can safely say I've witnessed true greats in my era of sport!
Lionel Messi is so good it's not even fair. Nobody is on his level, reminds of Tiger Woods when he was in his prime
Today people without real worries can watch Tiger Woods, Derek Jeter, Kobe Bryant, and Lionel Messi...arguably 4 best athletes of the era.
Im hearing Colin Montgomerie on sky trying to tell Tiger Woods how to play golf? Thats like Tony Hibbert telling Lionel Messi how to finish
What happened to Tiger Woods and Roger Fedderer(sp) will happen to Lionel Messi ☺
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