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Prize money for this year’s Roland Garros will total €43.6 million, an increase of more than 6.8 percent from pre-pandemic levels (2019), the tournament announced in a press release. 

The men’s and women’s singles champions in Paris will each receive €2.2 million. The first-round losers in the singles draws will earn €62,000, an increase of 35 per cent on 2019 and three per cent on 2021.

The men’s and women’s doubles draws will see an increase of 6.1 per cent compared to 2019, with the winning team earning €580,000.

The year’s second major will be played from 22 May-5 June. Novak Djokovic won the men’s singles title last year, and home favourites Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut triumphed in doubles.

Men’s & Women’s Singles Prize Money

 Result  Prize Money
 Champion  €2,200,000
 Finalist  €1,100,000
 SF  €600,000
 QF  €380,000
 R4  €220,000
 R3  €125,800
 R2  €86,000
 R1  €62,000

Men’s & Women’s Doubles Prize Money

 Result  Prize Money (per pair)
 Champion  €580,000
 Finalist  €290,000
 SF  €146,000
 QF  €79,500
 R3  €42,000
 R2  €25,000
 R1  €15,500
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