French Open 2021 Prize Money

French Open Prize MoneyThe 2021 French Open will be the 125th edition of the French Open tournament. The tournament is a Grand Slam-tire played on outdoor clay courts. The tournament was part of the 2020 ATP Tour and the 2020 WTA Tour calendars under the Grand Slam category. The tournament consist of both men’s and women’s singles and doubles draws.

Due to the COVID-19 Padndamic, The previous French Open dates were moved first to 20 September to 4 October 2020 and then moved a week further to 27 September to 11 October 2020, just two weeks after the 2020 US Open. According to the French Tennis Federation, the 2021 French Open tournament will start on Sunday, May 23 and will go on till Sunday, June 6.

The French Open tournament contains a total of 14 events. These are :

  • Men’s Singles
  • Women’s Singles
  • Men’s Doubles
  • Women’s Doubles
  • Wheelchair Men’s Singles
  • Wheelchair Women’s Singles
  • Wheelchair Men’s Doubles
  • Wheelchair Women’s Doubles
  • Wheelchair Quad Singles
  • Wheelchair Quad Doubles
  • Boy’s Singles
  • Girl’s Singles
  • Boy’s Doubles
  • Girl’s Doubles

The total prize money at Roland Garros for 2021 is estimated at €38,000,000 which is down 10.93% compared to 2019 and the same as 2020. The French Open earns a huge amount throughout the tournament. They sell rights to TV channels to broadcast the play worldwide. A huge amount gets added besides that people come from around the world to enjoy this tournament and the entry is not free. The French Open Tournament management bags a huge amount this way.

 

Men’s and Women’s Singles

Stage Prize Money in Euros (€ EUR) Prize Money in USD
Winner €1,600,000 $1,894,332
Runner-up €800,000 $947,166
Semifinal €425,250 $503,478
Quarterfinal €283,500 $335,652
Round 4 €189,000 $223,768
Round 3 €126,000 $149,179
Round 2 €84,000 $99,452
Round 1 €60,000 $71,037
Q3 €25,600 $30,309
Q2 €16,000 $18,943
Q1 €10,000 $11,840

The singles champion will take home €1,600,000, while the runner-up will receive €800,000. The semifinalists’ cheque will be for €425,250 and the quarterfinalists will earn €283,500. The fourth round players will receive €189,000,  €126,000 for reaching the third round and €84,000 for reaching the second round. First-round losers will take home €60,000 and the qualifiers 1st, 2nd and 3rd will receive €25,600, €16,000 and €10,000.

These are the prize money for both men and women singles. They both will receive the same prize money. The prize money amounts could change depending on the situation.

Men’s and Women’s Doubles

Stage Prize Money in Euros (€ EUR)  Prize Money in USD
Winner €319652 $378,454
Runner-up €188030 $222,620
Semifinal €110606 $130,953
Quarterfinal €65062 $77,031
Round 3 €38272 $45,312
Round 2 €23920 $28,320
Round 1 €14950 $17,700

The doubles champions will receive €319652 per team, with the runners-up earning €188030. The doubles semifinalists will take home €110606 and the quarterfinalist will receive €65062. Teams who reach the third round will receive €38272, the second round will receive €23920 and first-round losers will receive €14950.

These are the prize money for both men’s and women’s doubles. The men’s and women’s teams will receive the same prize money. The prize money amounts could change depending on situations.

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