The 2014 French Open will be offering overall prize money of €25,018,900, which represents an increase of €3 million compared with 2013.
The winners of the men's and women's singles in 2014 will each receive €1,650,000, which is 10% more than last year.
As was the case in 2013, the biggest increase is for players who are knocked out in the second, third and fourth rounds – their prize money will increase by 20%–25% compared with last year.
"This significant raise in the prize money at Roland Garros is part of the four-year plan which we established for 2013–2016," explains Gilbert Ysern, tournament director and Director General of the FFT. "It is specifically designed to benefit players who are knocked out in the first week."