Overall Prize Money. $73 million. €38 Million. $53.4 million. £38 million. The detail of all grand-slam event prize money collected from trusted sources. Wimbledon 2020, is the only event that is cancelled this year, Australian Open, French Open and US Open all take place this year.
The ATP retroactively changed the prize money pool for tournaments held between the Australian Open and Wimbledon 2021. Previously The ATP set prize money at 50% of 2019's figure, but the ATP amended this to be 60% and 80% for ATP 250 and ATP 500 tournaments, respectively.
The doubles semifinalists will take home $130,000 and the quarterfinalists will receive $91,000. Teams who reach the round of 16 will receive $50,000, the round of 32 will receive $30,000. The total amount of doubles is $4,288,000. Given prize money list is eligible for both men’s and women’s doubles.
The Grand Slam tournaments, also referred to as majors, are the world's four most important annual professional tennis events. The tournaments offer the most ranking points, prize money, public and media attention, the greatest strength and size of the field, and the longest matches for men (best of 5 sets).
In 2019, the Wimbledon tennis prize money was $49.4 million, which was an upgrade from 2018’s total prize pool of $44.2 million. Novak Djokovic, the current Wimbledon Grand Slam champion , won nearly $3 million , while the runner-up, Roger Federer, won almost $1.5 million.
The total prize pool for the tournament is set at a record $57.5m (£41.4m) – $300,000 (£216,000) more than the previous high in 2019. Analysis: Raducanu needs to be treated with care By James ...
The men’s and women’s singles winners at Flushing Meadows will each walk away with a cheque of $3,850,000 (£3,074,128) after the United States Tennis Association increased prize money yet again. It means the US Open keeps its title as richest Grand Slam as the totals is the best in tournament history. The Australian Open upped its 2019 prize pool to A$60.5m (£34.38m) at the start of the year while Roland Garros handed out €42.7m (£36.9m) and Wimbledon increased its fund by 11.76% to ...
The amount of money a player will make per match will depend on the level of the tournament he or she competes in, and on what stage of the tournament they are playing it. For instance, winning the first round of the 2020 Australian Open would increase the player’s paycheck from $90,000 to $128,000.