French Open 2020 Prize Money: How Much Each Player Will Get?

Complete Break down of Prize Money for French Open 2020

FFT (The French Tennis Federation) the organizer of the tournament has announced the French Open 2020 prize money which is £38 Million Euro and $44.6 Million US dollar in total.

Low Ranked Players Will Get More Money in French Open

When compared to last year, the significant rise has been given to low ranked players who will lose early (qualifying and main draws first round). As they are more effected due to, So RG admininstration will award them more money to help them fight against the Covid-19 economic downfall.

The first-round losers will get 30% more about €60,000 as compared to the last year 2019 earning.

While in the qualifying round, the prize money has been increased by 27% as compared to 2019. So any player losing in 1st round of qualifying will get €10,000 which is 42% more than last year.

The majority of players of qualifying rounds are most affected due to tennis games suspension due to the Covid-19 outbreak for almost 175+ days.

CornaVirus Update about French Open 2020

French Open which is the second event and only clay-court tournament of the Grand Slam calendar was scheduled from Monday 18th May To 07th June 2020 Sunday as the last day of the tournament.

The French Open [Roland Garros] 2020 has been re-scheduled to new dates. Now it’ll be played from Mon, 21 September to Sun, 11th October 2020.

French Open 2020 Rescheduled (New Dates)

The following players are not playing in French Open 2020 due to Coronavirus and other reasons.

Men’s: Roger Federer, Nick Kyrgios

Women’s: Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka, Bianca Andreescu, Blinda Bencic, Wang Qiang,

Related: Serena Williams Withdraws from French Open 2020

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Prize Money has been dropped by 10% than last Year

The total prize money in 2019 was 42.66 million euros. In spite of Covid-19’s economic downfall, French Open has announced that it will distribute £ 38 Million Euro prize money in total for the 2020 edition.

It has been decreased by 10 %, which is not much. As there are less ticketing and merchandising revenue due to the COVID-19 situation.

Complete Break Down of French Open Prize Money 2020

According to an authentic source here is the complete break down of Roland Garros prize money in Euros(€), US Dollar($), and UK Pounds(£)

Men’s and Women’s Singles

Men’s and Women’s Doubles

Read more about below about court by court and day by day schedule of 2020. Further, we have added some useful tips for you to attend this event fo your ease.

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Will There be Live Spectator Present in the Grounds?

Despite the fact that Corona cases are increasing, The French Federation for tennis has allowed hosting 50-60% of spectators/audiences. Which is limited due to Govt. instructions.

According to

Since the international circuit restarted, Roland Garros will be the first tournament with the privilege of hosting an audience

Bernard Giudicelli, President of French Tennis Federation

The administration has divided Roland Garros stadium into three following zones.

The Philippe Chatrier and Suzanne Lenglen each court will host 5000 and Simone Matthieu court will host 1500 against their high capacity. However, the Qualifying draws will be held without spectators.

Total Prize Money History of French Open (Year Wise)

This tournament is played at Roland Garros Stadium (Stade Roland Garros ) which is actually the second name of French Open i.e. RG (Roland Garros) which is located in Paris, France.

The Total prize money of 2019 was €42,661,000. In the last year how much a professional got from this tournament, a snippet, and complete breakdown.

It would be interesting to know about the previous 10 years’ history along with the % age of increment.

The last 10 years summary of French Open prize money in Dollars $ & Euros € is given below with an estimated increment of french open 2020’s edition.

YearTotal Prize MoneyTotal Prize Money in $% Change
2020€38,000,000
38 Million Euros
$44,693,510-10.9% (Drop)
2019€42,661,000
42 Million Euros
$46,400,2368. 84 %
2018 €39,197,000
39 Million Euros
$42,637,3208. 88 %
2017 €36,000,000
36 Million Euros
$39,159,72012.44 %
2016 €32,017,500
32 Million Euros
$34,828,508 14.23 %
2015 €28,028,600
28 Million Euros
$30,499,04012.03 %
2014 €25,018,900
25 Million Euros
$27,224,06513.72 %
2013 €22,000,000
22 Million Euros
$23,939,96017. 53 %
2012€18,718,000
18.7 Million Euro
$20,368,5536. 84 %
2011€17,520,000$19,065,176
French Open Prize Money of Last 10 Years

Note:  Currency conversion prices are approximated on closing exchange rates on the Final date of the tournament.

French Open Prize Money 2019

The administration of the French Open is increasing prize money packages for players gradually year by year. As with the passage of time the interest of peoples is also rising up in this historic tennis event especially in the last 10 years.

From 2012 to 2017 the prize money was increased by 10%. In the last three years the prize money package decrease 1 to 2% from the past french open events.

In the past, different prize money was announced for the men and women but when management noticed the keen interest of people for women matches, it has been fixed the same for both.

Before the start of every upcoming french open tournament, the prize money becomes a hot debate for all tennis players, news, and fans.

Another hot debate is about the prize money package for the players who knockout in the earlier rounds, which is more than fixed in the past tournaments of french open to increase the more interest of players for the next tournament.

Here is the full breakdown of french open prize money in 2019.

Men’s & Women’s Singles (2019)

Gentlemen and Ladies Doubles (2019)

Gentlemen and Ladies Mixed Doubles (2019)

Wheelchair & Quad (2019)

Stay tuned for the latest updates of this event and about prize money break down, the latest score, news, gossips, and other event details.

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