Little was originally scheduled to have an operation on Thursday but he has been forced to wait. Little wrote on his Twitter page: “Out of hospital. Unfortunately need to wait until Monday for surgery because of too much swelling! Taken back by all the msgs. Thank you.” The versatile Little has scored six goals this season after netting 25 last term. Rangers are yet to discover the extent of the injury suffered by Richard Foster, who left Ibrox on crutches after suffering an ankle injury. The club website said: “He has hurt his ankle but there is a lot of swelling around it and the club’s medical staff will have to wait until that subsides before they can determine the specific nature of his injury.” Skipper Lee McCulloch also suffered a head wound but played on after getting six stitches and scored the opening goal from the spot in the 70th minute. The penalty incident saw Dunfermline defender Jordan Moore sent off following a second booking for a foul on McCulloch and referee Gary Hilland booked a further eight players, three of them from Rangers. Press Association Little was carried off on a stretcher wearing a neck brace after lengthy treatment following a clash of heads with Dunfermline full-back Alex Whittle in the first half of Rangers’ 3-1 League One victory on Wednesday night. The 24-year-old went straight to hospital and Rangers say it will be 2014 before he is expected to make a comeback. Rangers and Northern Ireland player Andy Little will undergo surgery on Monday after tests proved he had broken his right cheekbone and jaw during his club’s win over Dunfermline.
Serena Williams Name Prize money/salary Ariya Jutanugarn $5.3m$3.3m Karolina Pliskova $6.3m$4.6m$1.7m Alex Morgan $5.8m$250k$5.5m Angelique Kerber$11.8m$5.3m $6.5m Serena Williams, 37, a 23-time Grand Slam winner, tops the rich list, after earning $29.2m, including $25m in endorsements, according to Forbes.Japan’s Naomi Osaka, who beat Williams in the US Open final, is second.US World Cup-winning striker Alex Morgan is the first non-tennis player at 12 after earning $5.8m.Germany’s Angelique Kerber, 31, completes the top three despite slipping to 13th in the world rankings while current Wimbledon champion Simona Halep, 27, is fourth.Williams is the only woman to make it onto the Forbes top 100 best paid athletes list, coming in at number 63 in the list complied in June.Osaka’s rise up the tennis world rankings following her debut Grand Slam win, which took the 21-year-old to number one, and earned her a lucrative sponsorship deal with Nike, with her earnings growing to an estimated $16m in the past 12 months.Of the top 15 athletes on the list, 12 are tennis players, with Morgan, 30, joined by Indian badminton player PV Sindhu, 24, in 13th and 23-year-old Thai golfer Ariya Jutanugarn at 15th. PV Sindhu $5.5m$500k$5m Top 15 highest-earning female sports stars Elina Svitolina $6.1m$4.6m$1.5m Sloane Stephens $9.6m$4.1m$5.5m Maria Sharapova $7m$1m$6m The top 11 highest-earning female sport athletes over the past year are all tennis players. Simona Halep, $10.2m $6.2m $4m Total earnings Caroline Wozniacki $7.5m$3.5m$4m Serena Williams $29.2m$4.2m$25m Endorsements Madison Keys $5.5m$2.5m$3m Venus Williams$5.9m$900k$5m Garbine Muguruza$5.9m$2.4m$3.5m Naomi Osaka $24.3m $8.3m$16m Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram