2022 FRENCH OPEN PRIZE MONEY: How much will every player earn, Winners’ Purse and more

The French Open authorities have announced the final prize money and payout structures of one of the biggest tennis events of the season.

Novak Djokovic and Barbora Krejcikova - Singles defending champion at the 2022 French Open
Novak Djokovic and Barbora Krejcikova - Singles defending champion at the 2022 French Open

2nd Grand Slam of the season, the French Open 2022 is around the corner. The players have started preparing for the event with a few preparatory tournaments ahead of it. The Roland Garros would mark the end of a clay-court season.

There were many ups and downs throughout the journey, the start of the year saw many controversies, the biggest was about World No.1 Novak Djokovic. The event is still one of the most awaited tournaments of the season and players across the globe aim to win the Grand Slam title. The French Open authorities have announced the final payout structure and prize money for the tournament.

Novak Djokovic will enter the tournament as the top seed and the defending champion while Barbora Krejcikova will the defending champion on the women’s side. Iga Swiatek will enter as the top seed and an overwhelming favorite to win her second French Open title. 13-time champion Rafael Nadal will be seeded 5th while teenage sensation Carlos Alcaraz will also enter the tournament as one of the hot favorites.

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French Open 2022 Prize Money: A Complete Breakdown

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Men’s and Women’s Singles 2022 Prize Money

2022Prize Money € EURPrize Money $ USD% Change vs 2021
Winner€2,200,000$2,290,35457.14%
Runner-up€1,100,000$1,145,17746.67%
Semifinal€600,000$624,64260.00%
Quarterfinal€380,000$395,60749.02%
Round 4€220,000$229,03529.41%
Round 3€125,800$130,96711.33%
Round 2€86,000$89,5322.38%
Round 1€62,000$64,5463.33%
Q3€31,000$32,27321.09%
Q2€20,000$20,82125.00%
Q1€14,000$14,57540.00%

Men’s and Women’s Doubles 2022 Prize Money

2022Prize Money € EURPrize Money $ USD% Change vs 2021
Winner€580,000$706,533137.42%
Runner-up€290,000$353,266101.29%
Semifinal€146,000$177,85172.27%
Quarterfinal€79,500$96,84459.47%
Round 3€42,000$51,16343.22%
Round 2€25,000$30,45444.93%
Round 1€15,500$18,88134.78%

Mixed Doubles Prize Money

2022 MixedPrize Money € EURPrize Money $ USD% Change vs 2021
Winner€122,000$148,6160.00%
Runner-up€61,000$74,3080.00%
Semifinal€31,000$37,7630.00%
Quarterfinal€17,500$21,3180.00%
Round 2€10,000$12,1820.00%
Round 1€5,000$6,0910.00%

Men and Women’s Singles Wheelchair

Wheelchair and Quad prize money is identical.

2022Prize Money € EURPrize Money $ USD
Winner€56,000$68,217
Runner-up€28,000$34,108
Semifinal€14,000$17,054
Quarterfinal€7,500$9,136
Round 1€5,000$6,091

Men’s and Women’s Wheelchair Doubles

Wheelchair and Quad prize money is identical. Quad doubles have a smaller draw size with four teams.

2022Prize Money € EURPrize Money $ USD
Winner€16,000$19,491
Runner-up€8,000$9,745
Semifinal€5,000$6,091
Quarterfinal€3,000$3,654

French Open Total Prize Money History

YearFrench Open% Increase
2022€43,600,00026.87%
2021€34,367,215-10.53%
2020€38,000,000-10.93%
2019€42,661,0008.84%
2018€39,197,0008.88%
2017€36,000,00012.44%
2016€32,017,50014.23%
2015€28,028,60012.03%
2014€25,018,90013.72%
2013€22,000,00017.53%
2012$18,718,0006.84%

This year the prize money has seen a high raise as compared to last year. Last year due to Covid situation the prize saw a dip. The increase in the prize money would instigate players to perform even better to achieve their goals.

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