last match at Roland Garros, losing 6-3, 7-6, 6-3 to No. 4 seeded Alexander Zverev in the first round on Monday. He’ll take home just more than $79,000 for bowing out in the round of 128 of this year’s tournament, but that’s pocket change compared to what the Spaniard has earned at the French Open over the past two decades.

In 19 appearances at the tournament, Nadal has hoisted the Musketeers Cup a record 14 times en route to earning 21.8 million euros, or $23.7 million when converted at the current exchange rate. That accounts for roughly 18% of his career winnings of $134.7 million—second all-time behind Novak Djokovic’s $181.6 million.

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