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US Open Tennis Prize Money 2014

US Open Tennis Prize Money 2014

Finish Earnings ($)
Winners (1) 3,000,000
Runners-Up (1) 1,450,000
Semifinalists (2) 730,000
Quarterfinalists (4) 370,250
Round of 16 (8) 187,300
Third Round (16) 105,090
Second Round (32) 60,420
First Round (64) 35,754

 

Doubles (Per Team, Men and Women - 64 Draws) 
Winners (1)$520,000
Runners-Up (1)250,000
Semifinalists (2)124,450
Quarterfinalists (4)62,060
Round of 16 (8)32,163
Second Round (16)20,063
First Round (32)13,375
TOTAL (64)$4,546,880
Mixed Doubles (Per Team - 32 Draws) 
Winners (1)$150,000
Runners-Up (1)70,000
Semifinalists (2)30,000
Quarterfinalists (4)15,000
Second Round (8)10,000
First Round (16)5,000
TOTAL (32)$500,000
Men's and Women's Singles Qualifying (128 Draws) 
Third Round Losers (16)$13,351
Second Round Losers (32)8,781
First Round Losers (64)4,551
TOTAL (112)$1,571,760
Total Championship Events$36,203,760

US Open Tennis Prize Money 2013

US Open Total Prize Money 2013: $33,600,000

Singles

Singles (Men & Women) Prize Money Totals
 Winners $2,600,000  
 Runners-Up $1,300,000  
 Semifinalists $650,000  
 Quarterfinalists $325,000  
 Round of 16 $165,000  
 Round of 32 $93,000  
 Round of 64 $53,000  
 Round of 128 $32,000  
 TOTAL $13,052,000 $26,104,000

Doubles

  Prize Money Totals
  Winners $460,000  
  Runners-Up 230,000  
  Semifinalists 115,000  
  Quarterfinalists 58,000  
  Round of 8 30,000  
  Round of 16 18,750  
  Round of 32 12,500  
  TOTAL (64) $2,092,000 $4,184,000

Mixed Doubles

  Prize Money Totals
  Winners $150,000  
  Runners-Up 70,000  
  Semifinalists 30,000  
  Quarterfinalists 15,000  
  Second Round 10,000  
  First Round 5,000  
  TOTAL $500,000 $500,000

Mens and Womens Qualifying

  Prize Money Totals
  Third Round Losers $12,028  
  Second Round Losers 7,911  
  First Round Losers 4,100  
  TOTAL $708,000 $1,416,000

 

  Total for Champions Invitational/Wheelchair $570,000

 

  Player per diem $1,478,000

 

  TOTAL PLAYER COMPENSATION (BASE) $34,252,000

 

  POTENTIAL BONUS PRIZE MONEY
  (Based upon Olympus US Open Series Performance)
$2.6 million

 

TOTAL POTENTIAL PLAYER COMPENSATION $32,204,000

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