French Open 2023 Prize Money: Biggest Ever Cheques For Men & Women At All Levels

Andy Watson in French Open 22 May 2023

The prize money is equal for both men and women at the French Open. The fund has risen by a massive 12.3% from last year.

Whilst it is easy to concentrate on the winner’s cheque, which is considerable, qualifying for the main draw for the lesser ranked players can often pay for their whole year. Alongside the money there will also be 2000 ranking points awarded to the winner of the tournament.

It should also be mentioned that the prize fund for the wheelchair tennis competitions has risen by 40%, to a total of 810,000EUR. The winners of the wheelchair singles final will take away 60,000EUR each.

The doubles prize fund has risen by 4%, with the winning teams taking away 590,000EUR per team. The mixed doubles winners win 122,000EUR.

French Open 2023 prize money breakdown

2023 French Open Singles Prize Money

Round Prize Money Currency Conversion
Winner 2.3million EUR £2million
Runner-Up 1.15million EUR £1million
Semi-final 630,000 EUR £547,830
Quarter-final 400,000 EUR £347,828
4th round 240,000 EUR £208,697
3rd round 142,000 EUR £123,479
2nd round 97,000 EUR £84,351
1st round 69,000 EUR £60,002
Q3 34,000 EUR £29,566
Q2 22,000 EUR £19,131
Q1 16,000 EUR £13,913

 

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