French Open Prize Money (Roland Garros)

In 2022, the prize money for the French Open at Roland Garros increased by approximately 26.86% compared with the prize money awarded to players at the tournament in 2021.

The winners of the Singles Titles in 2022 will collect a prize money cheque of €2.2 million each.

The total prize fund for the 2022 French Open will be €43,600,000 with equal prize money being paid to players in the men’s and women’s events.

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French Open Prize Money

Men’s and Women’s Singles Prize money (By Round)

Round2022 Prize Money2021 Prize Money% Change YOY
Champion€2,200,000€1,400,00057.14%
Runner Up€1,100,000€750,00046.67%
Semifinals€600,000€375,00060.00%
Quarterfinals€380,000€255,00049.02%
4th Round€220,000€170,00029.41%
3rd Round€125,800€113,00011.33%
2nd Round€86,000€84,0002.28%
1st Round€62,000€60,0003.33%

SIngles Prize Money has increased at all levels when compared to the 2021 tournament at Roland Garros.

There are big increases in prize money for players who at least get to the quarterfinals with more modest increases for players who lose in the first four rounds.

Men’s and Women’s Singles Qualifying Prize Money

Round2022 Prize Money2021 Prize Money% Change YOY
Qualifying R3€31,000€25,60021.09%
Qualifying R2€20,000€16,00025.00%
Qualifying R1€14,000€10,00040.00%

Prize money awarded to players losing in one of the men’s and women’s singles qualifying rounds in 2022 saw increases in prize money of between 20 and 40 percent.

Men’s and Women’s Doubles Prize Money (Per Team)

Round2022 Prize Money2021 Prize Money% Change YOY
Champions€580,000€244,295137.42%
Runner Ups€290,000€144,074101.29%
Semifinals€146,000€84,74972.27%
Quarterfinals€79,500€49,85359.47%
3rd Round€42,000€29,32543.22%
2nd Round€25,000€17,25044.93%
1st Round€15,500€11,50034.78%

The Prize Money for the Men’s and Women’s Doubles in 2022 saw a big increase from levels awarded in 2021.

Mixed Doubles Prize Money

Round2022 Prize Money (TBC)2021 Prize Money% Change
Champion€122,000€122,0000.00%
Runner Up€61,000€61,0000.00%
Semifinals€31,000€31,0000.00%
Quarterfinals€17,500€17,5000.00%
1st Round€10,000€10,0000.00%

Prize Money for the Mixed Doubles tournament at Rolland Garros in 2022 has not been released yet but it is expected that it will increase by approximately 6%.

How Much Prize Money has Rafael Nadal won at the French Open?

YearPrize MoneyPerformance
2021$457,163Semifinals
2020$1,860,480Champion
2019$2,576,460Champion
2018$2,563,000Champion
2017$2,346,960Champion
2016$114,444Round of 32
2015$275,175Quarterfinals
2014$2,247,960Champion
2013$1,939,200Champion
2012$1,565,875Champion
2011$1,697,880Champion
2010$1,408,064Champion
2009$95,787Round of 16
2008$1,576,700Champion
2007$1,343,550Champion
2006$1,196,700Champion
2005$1,103,960Champion
Total$24,369,358

Rafael Nadal has competed in a total of 17 Rolland Garros tournaments where he has won a total of $24,369,358 in prize money.

French Open Prize Money FAQ

What is the prize money for winning the French Open at Rolland Garros?

The Winners of the men’s and women’s singles events in 2022 will win €2,200,000.

The Winners of the men’s and women’s doubles events in 2022 will win €580,000.

What is the prize money for the 2023 French Open?

Details about the prize money for the French Open in 2023 have not yet been released by tournament organizers. Check back closer to the start of the tournament for further details.

Does the French Open pay equal Prize Money to Men and Women?

Yes, the French Open has paid equal prize money for the men’s and women’s events since 2007.

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