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French Open 2024 Prize Money – How Much Will the Winners Get?

French Open 2024 Prize Money – How Much Will the Winners Get?
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Have you stopped to look at the French Open prize money for 2024 yet? I can tell you now the total prize money shows a big increase compared to the prize money from 2023. This is true for the cumulative prize pool, which translates into bigger and better pay for the individual Roland Garros events, too.

As for the specifics of the prize money for 2024, that’s precisely what I’ll be covering today. I will highlight the total prize money for the tournament, detailing the changes from 2023 to 2024. Additionally, I will be discussing the specific prize money for the winners of the most significant tournaments in Paris.

It’s all detailed below – so please read on if you wish to discover all of the details for the 2024 French Open prize money.

2024 French Open prize money – men’s and women’s singles

As you’d expect for a Grand Slam event, there is some serious dough on the line for the respective competitors. And when it comes to the biggest wedge of cash available, this belongs to the men’s and women’s singles events. In fact, with an increase in the winner’s prize money of more than 4% compared to 2023, the changes are clearly significant for 2024.

With that in mind, let me give you the breakdown of the 2024 French Open prize money for the singles events now.

Men’s & women’s singles prize money

To ensure there is no confusion here, the prize money for the men’s and women’s singles at Roland Garros is equal. This follows the example of many other tournaments on the ATP and WTA Tours. As for the respective French Open prize money for each round, this is presented below:

  • Winner – €2.4 million
  • Runner-Up – €1.2 million
  • Semi-Final – €650,000
  • Quarter-Final – €415,000
  • Round of 16 – €250,000
  • Third Round – €158,000
  • Second Round – €110,000
  • First Round – €73,000

French Open prize money – men’s, women’s, and mixed doubles events

If you’ve had time to check out my French Open preview for 2024, you’ll know that the doubles events are in full swing right now, too. Of course, the competitors in these tournaments also receive a set portion of the prize pool depending on what round they reach. While this is smaller than the prize money available for the singles tournaments, it’s still significant, as highlighted in the sections below. 

Men’s & women’s doubles prize money

Just like the singles tournaments, Roland Garros offers equal prize money for the men’s and women’s doubles tournaments. So, to highlight the round-by-round prize money for the French Open doubles events (men and women), let me provide the same breakdown:

  • Winner – €590,000
  • Runner-Up – €295,000
  • Semi-Final – €148,000
  • Quarter-Final – €80,000
  • Third Round – €43,500
  • Second Round – €27,500
  • First Round – €17,500

Mixed doubles prize money

Lastly, when it comes to the mixed doubles event, the competitors receive the smallest share of the total prize pool. But there’s still good money on the line, as shown in the following breakdown:

  • Winner – €122,000
  • Runner-Up – €61,000
  • Semi-Final – €31,000
  • Quarter-Final – €17,500
  • Second Round – €10,000
  • First Round – €5,000

Changes in French Open prize money 2024 compared to 2023

The final part of this run through for the 2024 French Open prize money is to show you the differences from 2023 to 2024. To get right to it, the total prize pool displays a 7.82% increase compared to 2023. In total, this generates a prize pool of €53,478,000, split between all of the events for Roland Garros 2024.


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