US Open 2020 Prize Money & Points breakdown with $39.000.000 on offer

The 2020 US Open will be played from August 31st - September 13th as we'll take a closer look at prize money and points distribution.

Despite many withdrawals, the 2020 US Open promises to be another stunning Grand Slam tournament. Without any change of the location, Flushing Meadows will host the second Grand Slam of the 2020 season and we'll take a closer look at the prize money and points distribution.

Many lower-ranked players experienced financial difficulties during the ATP & WTA Tour suspension. After more than 5 months without tennis, the US Open will be a great opportunity to earn some prize money and points for the rankings.

Due to special circumstances and donations to the player relief fund, the prize money for the 2020 US Open will be a bit smaller than the previous year. The winner in singles will take $3,000,000 what is $850,000 less than last year.

On the other hand, players that won't go past the first round will get $61,000 what is $3,000 more than the last year. The prize money will be the same as the last year for those that will be eliminated in the second round. You can check the full prize money and points distribution below.

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2020 US Open Prize Money and Points Distribution:

MEN'S / WOMEN'S SINGLES (PER PLAYER) TOTALS
Winner $3,000,000 + 2000 pts. (M/W)
Runner-Up $1,500,000 + 1200 pts. (M) / 1300 pts. (W)
Semifinalists $800,000 + 720 pts. (M) / 780 pts. (W)
Quarterfinalists $425,000 + 360 pts. (M) / 430 pts. (W)
Round of 16 $250,000 + 180 pts. (M) / 240 pts. (W)
Round of 32 $163,000 + 90 pts. (M) / 130 pts. (W)
Round of 64 $100,000 + 45 pts (M) / 70 pts. (W)
Round of 128 $61,000 + 10 pts. (M/W)
Total Prize Money $39,024,000
MEN'S / WOMEN'S DOUBLES (PER TEAM)
Winner $400,000 + 1000 pts.
Runner-Up $240,000 + 600 pts.
Semifinalists $130,000 + 360 pts.
Quarterfinalists $91,000 + 180 pts.
Round of 16 $50,000 + 90 pts.
Round of 32 $30,000 + 0 pts.
Total Prize Money $4,288,000
OTHER
Player Relief Fund $6,600,000
International Player Relief (ATP/WTA) $1,000,000
Wheelchair $350,000
Per Diem / Direct Hotel Payments $2,140,000
Total Player Compensation $53,402,000

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