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Roland Garros Prize Money Increases Announced

Paris, France

The FFT announced an increase to Roland Garros prize money, with the payout for the 2013 men’s events to rise to €10.1 million - a 19 per cent increase on 2012 prize money levels. It also announced plans to increase compensation for the men’s event to €15 million by 2016. 

ATP Executive Chairman and President Brad Drewett welcomed the news. “The Roland Garros prize money increases are another positive step forward for our players and we welcome the long-term commitment the FFT has made through 2016,” he said. “Following on from the Australian Open and US Open increases, Roland Garros is the latest Grand Slam to step up and recognise the input the players have in the success of its tournament. The progress that has been made through our discussions with the Slams over the past 15 months has been truly significant for our sport as a whole.”

The biggest per cent increases will take place in the second, third and fourth rounds, which will increase by 25 per cent from 2012. Here is the overall 2013 Roland Garros prize money breakdown:

Men’s Singles Prize Money (€) Increase vs 2012 (€)
Winner 1,500,000 250,000
Runner-up 750,000 125,000
Semi-final 375,000 65,000
Quarter-final 190,000 35,000
4th round  100,000 20,000
3rd round  60,000 13,000
2nd round  35,000 7,000
1st round  21,000 3,000
Q3 10,000 1,000
Q2 5,000 500
Q1 2,500 0


Men’s Doubles Prize Money (€) Increase vs 2012 (€)
Winner 360,000 20,000
Runner-up 180,000 10,000
Semi-final 90,000 5,000
Quarter-final 50,000 7,000
3rd round  28,000 5,000
2nd round  15,000 3,000
1st round  8,000 0


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