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Find out how much each player stands to earn at Australian Open 2023

Published at :January 16, 2023 at 11:30 PM
Modified at :January 16, 2023 at 11:32 PM
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Saurabh Anand


The reward amounts have been increased by 3.5 percent as compared to the last edition.

Season’s first Grand Slam has begun in Melbourne. 111th edition of Australian Open began with Rafael Nadal’s tough win against young Englishmen Jack Draper. Draper challenged Defending Champion Rafael Nadal in Australian Open first round. Nadal is again top most favourite player to win the season’s first major tournament. In 111th edition of Australian Open prize money has increased about 3.5 percent from 2022. Australian Open win is big for every player. Along with a Historical Grand Slam win, players get a handsome amount of money as well.

Along with the winners of the Grand Slam championship players participating will also get some amount of money. The total prize money of the Australian Open has now reached 76.5 Million Australian $. This amount has seen an increase of 3.5% from the 2022 season. The player knocked out in the first round also gets prize money of 106,250 Australian Dollars $. Let’s have a look at the prize breakup of the Singles and Doubles event in the Australian Open.

Prize money for Australian Open 2023, Singles Event

In 2022 Spanish Tennis legend Rafael Nadal became Champion and won the Prize Money of 2.875 Million Australian $ and runner up Daniil Medvedev won 1.575 Million Australian $. Now in 2023 this money has been changed to…

Champion: 2.975 Million Australian $ - (₹ 16,91,80,844.33 )Runner Up: 1.625 Million Australian $ - (₹ 9,23,93,778.75)Semi-finalists: 925,000 Australian $ - (₹ 5,25,54,078.54)Quarter-finalists: 555,250 Australian $ - (₹ 3,15,46,650.93)Fourth Round: 338,250 Australian $ - (₹ 1,92,17,748.18)Third Round: 227,925 Australian $ - (₹ 1,29,49,609.03)Second Round: 158,850 Australian $ - (₹ 90,25,097.70)First Round: 106,250 Australian $ - (₹ 60,36,617.13)

Qualifiers

Third Round Qualifying:  55,150 Australian $ - (₹ 31,33,359.39)Second Round Qualifying: 36,575 Australian $ - (₹ 20,78,016.67)First Round Qualifying: 26,000 Australian $ - (₹ 14,77,195.72)

Prize money for Australian Open 2023, Doubles event

In 2022 it was an all Australian Final. Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis won the championship and prize money of 675,000 Australian $.While runner up of the event Mathew Ebden and Max Purcell won the prize money of 360,000 Australian $. This is now increased to…

Champions: 695,000 Australian $ - (₹ 3,94,83,388.70)Runners Up: 370,000 Australian $ - (₹ 2,10,19,933.55 )Semi-finalists: 210,000 Australian $ - (₹ 1,19,30,232.56)Quarter-finalists: 116,500 Australian $ - (₹ 66,18,438.54)Third Round: 67,250 Australian $ - (₹ 38,20,514.95)Second Round: 46,500 Australian $ - (₹ 26,41,694.35)First Round: 30,975 Australian $ - (₹ 17,59,709.30)

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