With the aim of ensuring a more even distribution between players, the tournament organisers have significantly increased the prize money for first-round losers in the women’s and men’s singles drawsand the amounts awarded in the qualifying, wheelchair tennis and quad competitions.
Roland-Garros 2023: prize money revealed
Prize money for this year’s Roland-Garros will total EUR 49.6m, up 12.3 per cent on 2022.
Prize money for the singles draws will see an increase of 9.1 per cent on 2022, with losers in the first three rounds receiving between 11 per cent and 13 per cent more.
Following on from changes made in 2022, the organisers have also chosen to increase prize money for the three rounds of the qualifying competition, which will rise by an average of 11.8 per cent.
The allocation for this year’s wheelchair and quad tennis competition is EUR 810,000, equating to a 40 per cent increase on 2022.
For its part, prize money for the women’s and men’s doubles competitions has gone up by 4 per cent.