2023 US Open Prize Money and Points Breakdown with record $65.000.000 on offer

The 2023 US Open will be played at Flushing Meadows between Monday August 28 - Sunday 10 September, 2023 and TennisUpToDate has all the information in regards to prize money and points.

It has now been fully confirmed with a record amount of $65m set for 2023.

It has gone up year on year for most Grand Slams and with Covid restrictions now dropping in the US, fans will fully be allowed back which has likely given scope for increases.

World Number Ones Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek will be the defending champions, Novak Djokovic makes his return after two years away too. Rafael Nadal will not be involved though seemingly heading towards a 2024 final swansong.

Emma Raducanu too is unlikely to play only just returning to training after multiple surgeries. Garbine Muguruza and Simona Halep are also likely big name misses this time around.

Last year, players battled for $2,600,000 prize money. Finalists sealed $1,300,000 and semi-finalists $705,000.

It went all the way down to the first round at $80,000. This set a total of $5,717,000 which will likely head towards $6,000,000 and just under for this upcoming year.

This time, the winner gets $3m in 2023, this is a jump of 15% from $2.6m last year. But is below the $3.9m from 2019.

Those exiting early though will receive $81,500, up from $80,000 in 2022 and from $58,000 in 2019.

2023 US Open Prize Money and Points Breakdown

Main Draw Singles

  • Champion: $3,000,000
  • Runner-Up: $1,500,000
  • Semifinalists: $775,000
  • Quarterfinalists: $455,000
  • Round of 16: $284,000
  • Round of 32: $191,000
  • Round of 64: $123,000
  • Round of 128: $81,500
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