French Open Prize Money

The Grand Slam of tennis tournament French Open 2020 will take place from 25 May to 7 June at Roland Garros Stadium this year. There are 3 competitions that will be held such as Senior, Junior and wheelchair. All of them have both men’s and women’s events with singles, doubles scheduled on that.

The last edition of this tournament, Rafael Nadal from men’s singles and Ashleigh Barty from women’s singles were the champions of that. Both players were got each around €2,300,000 winning prize money where €2,200,000 was the 2018 edition of French Open.

French Open Prize Money 2020

In this post, I will be breaking down the whole prize money of the French Open Tennis tournament 2020. So let’s get into it.

Though it is not announced from any officials, this 124th edition of French Open’s prize money will increase or not. But many tennis reporters indicated this year may not be increased the prize money; where last year 8% increased than the previous edition. So It is definitely clear that 2020 French Open’s prize money remaining the same as 2019 edition. Let’s jump into the prize money list.

EventWinnersRunners-upSemi-finalQuarter-final
Singles€2,300,000€1,180,000€590,000€415,000
Doubles€580,000€290,000€146,000€79,500
Mixed Doubles€122,000€61,000€31,000€17,500
Wheelchair Singles€53,000€26,500€13,500€6,750
Wheelchair Doubles€16,000€8,000€4,750N/A

In the above list of prize money of 124th edition of French Open Tournament, you can see the from man’s and women’s singles event both winners will packet €2,300,000. On the other event of Doubles, both men’s and women’s players will pocket €580,000 and from mixed doubles, it will be €122,000. From the wheelchair singles and doubles it will be €53,000 & €16,000.

We can also see the list, who will runners-up from men’s and women’s singles event; will get €1,180,000. And from the doubles and mixed doubles will packet around €290,000 & €61,000 respectively.

Here I just give an overview of the 2020 French Open tournament’s prize money information. Hope you can understand it clearly. Thanks for reading my post.

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