Two weeks before the opening of the debates, the endowment of the French Open 2023 has fallen. The first rounds have never been valued so much.
With an overall prize pool of 49.6 million euros, the major tournament at Roland-Garros has never been so generous. Compared to 2022, the prize money in its entirety jumped by 12.3%. A nice increase passed on mainly to the first levels of the competition – including qualifications.
The first round of these Internationals of France will thus bring its losers some 69,000 euros, or 7,000 more than last year. The second round will be worth to its protagonists an insurance of 97,000 euros (+ 11,000 euros); the third 142,000 euros (+ 16,200 euros). For ladies and gentlemen alike.
The Roland-Garros tournament will offer this year an overall prize pool of 49.6 million euros, an increase of 12.3% compared to last year.
— Roland Garros (@rolandgarros) May 12, 2023
The three qualifying rounds for the ultimate party guests are valued at 16,000, 22,000 and 34,000 euros. Between 2,000 and 3,000 euros more than in 2022. Finally the big winner and the big winner will pocket the tidy sum of 2.3 million euros. 100,000 euros more than the bonuses received by Rafael Nadal and Iga Swiatek last season.