French Open 2017 Prize Money increase 14% in prize money pool taking it to massive €32 million ($36m/£25.4m) in total. Both the men’s and women’s singles winners are set to get €2.1 million (£1.6m) while runners up will take home €1m. Total prize money for singles event is increased from €19.4 million to massive €21 million (€10.5 for mens singles and €10,5 for women’s event) below is the breakdown of Prize Money in all categories and stages of the competition.
French Open Prize Money list
|STAGES||Mens Singles||Women Singls||Mens Doubles||Women Doubles||Mixed Doubles||Legends|
French Open 2016 Prize money is increased to total pool of €32 million that is around €4m increase compared to 2015’s €28.03 million awarded to players. French open prize money increase for 4 year plan (2013 to 2016) where every year there will be minimum 10% increase taking French Open 2016 Prize Money pool to somewhere between €32-€35 million.