2023 French Open Roland Garros ATP and WTA Prize Money and Points Breakdown with €49.6m on offer

With both Entry Lists now confirmed for the French Open at Roland Garros, the Prize Money and Points Breakdown has been confirmed for the next Grand Slam on the calendar between May 28 - Jun 11, 2023.

Last year saw $43.6m on offer over the ATP and WTA with the winners of men's and women's singles receiving €2.2m which was €800,000 more than pre-Covid amounts as the world returned to some semblance of normality. This time €49.6m is on offer in a 12.3 percent increase.

Iga Swiatek and Rafael Nadal defeated Coco Gauff and Casper Ruud respectively and both will attempt to defend their titles. This year sees first-round losers in the women’s and men’s singles draws will get €69,000 compared to €62,000 in 2022.

Winners receive €2.3m (about £2m) while the runners-up will be awarded €1.5m.

The amounts below will be updated with the 2023 amounts when confirmed the tournament.

Round Singles
Winners €2,300,000
Runners-up €1,500,000
Semi-finalists €630,000
Quarter-finalists €400,000
Fourth round €240,000
Third round €142,000
Second round €97,000
First round €69,000
Qualifying R3 €34,000
Qualifying R2 €22,000
Qualifying R1 €16,000

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