What is the prize money at the French Open 2019?

What is the prize money at the French Open 2019?

One unique feature about this year’s French Open is the prize money. The tournament’s organizers have announced an increase in the amounts being awarded to the players. The winners in both singles tournaments will pocket €2,200,000 while the runners-up will earn €1,100,000.

How much do tennis players get paid at the French Open?

The pair each won $1.9 million The men’s and women’s doubles champions win $289,235, while the mixed doubles champions win $148,523 Prize money breakdown for 2021 French Open While the amount has shifted in total, if a player loses in the qualifying or the first two rounds, they will make the same amount as last year’s tournament.

How much money will Karolina Świątek win in the French Open final?

When Świątek faces 18th-seeded Coco Gauff in Saturday’s French Open final, they will be competing to win €2.2 million, which is about $2.35 million at the conversion rate as of this publishing. The loser of the match will collect €1.1 million, or about $1.17 million.

What’s new in 2022 at the French Open?

In addition to lifting La Coupe des Mousquetaires (men’s singles champions) or La Coupe Suzanne-Lenglen (women’s singles champion), competitors will also share in an increased prize money pool in 2022 after COVID-19 saw the total purse decline in 2020 and 2021.