2014 French Open at Roland Garros Prize Money in Euros and US Dollars

View the singles and doubles prize money in Euros, with US Dollar equivalents, for winning each round of the 2014 French Open at Roland Garros.

2014 French Open Men’s and Women’s Prize Money

Amounts in Euros with US Dollar equivalents. Percentage indicates the increase in Euros compared to 2013.

Men’s and Women’s Singles

Winner – €1,650,000 ($2,261,000) 10%

Runner-up – €825,000 ($1,130,000) 10%

Semi-Finalists – €412,500 ($565,000) 10%

Quarter Finalists – €220,000 ($301,000) 15.79%

4th Round – €125,000 ($171,000) 25%

3rd Round – €72,000 ($99,000) 20%

2nd Round – €42,000 ($57,500) 20%

1st Round – €24,000 ($32,800) 14.29%

The Men’s and Women’s Singles events both have total prize money of €9,212,000 ($12,622,000) an increase of 15.38% on 2013. The combined total Singles prize money is €18,424,000 ($25,244,000).

Men’s and Women’s Doubles

Prize money per team.

Winner – €400,000 ($548,000) 11.11%

Runner-up – €200,000 ($274,000) 11.11%

Semi-Finalists – €100,000 ($137,000) 11.11%

Quarter Finalists – €55,000 ($75,000) 10%

3rd Round – €31,000 ($42,500) 10.71%

2nd Round – €17,000 ($23,300) 13.33%

1st Round – €8,500 ($11,600) 6.25%

Mixed Doubles

Prize money per team.

Winner – €110,000 ($150,700) 4.76%

Runner-up – €55,000 ($76,000) 4.72%

Semi-Finalists – €27,750 ($38,000) 4.72%

Quarter Finalists – €14,000 ($19,200) 7.69%

2nd Round – €7,500 ($10,300) 7.14%

1st Round – €3,750 ($5,100) 7.14%

Tournament total prize pool – €23,968,900 ($32,841,000) 14.04%

Also view the 2013 French Open Prize Money and for comparison the 2014 Australian Open Prize Money.

Until next time

Grand Slam Gal 

This info was sourced from the Official Roland Garros website.

Exchange rate €1 to $1.37017 taken from Oanda.com on 22 May 2014.

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