Roland Garros

Roland Garros Announces 2023 Prize Money

Prize money for singles draws to increase 9.1 per cent compared to 2022
May 14, 2023
Roland Garros will be played from 28 May-11 June this year.
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Roland Garros will be played from 28 May-11 June this year. By ATP Staff

Roland Garros tournament organisers announced that prize money for this year's clay-court major will total €49.6 million, an increase of 12.3 per cent compared to 2022.

The men's and women's singles champions in Paris will each receive €2.3 million and the finalists will earn €1,150,000.

The prize money for first-round losers has increased more than 11 per cent year-on-year from €62,000 to €69,000. Prize money for losers in the second and third rounds has increased by nearly 13 per cent each.

Overall the prize money for the singles draws has increased by 9.1 per cent compared to last year. The men's doubles and women's doubles championship teams will claim €590,000 per pair.

The year's second major will be played from 28 May-11 June.

Men's & Women's Singles Prize Money

 Result  Prize Money
 Champion  €2,300,000
 Finalist  €1,150,000
 SF  €630,000
 QF  €400,000
 R4  €240,000
 R3  €142,000
 R2  €97,000
 R1  €69,000

Men's & Women's Doubles Prize Money

 Result  Prize Money (per pair)
 Champion  €590,000
 Finalist  €295,000
 SF  €148,000
 QF  €80,000
 R3  €43,000
 R2  €27,000
 R1  €17,000

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