Jan 17, 2016

The players competing in the 2020 Australian Open aren’t just battling for Grand Slam glory. They’re also playing for record prize money that includes sizable boosts for all participants. The first Grand Slam of the year is offering AUD $71 million (USD $49,564,735) in prize money, a 13.6 per cent increase from last year’s event. The Australian Open has increased prize money to an historic high of $62.5 million Australian dollars for 2019, up 14 per cent on 2018. The singles champion will pick up $4.1million, with the runner-up taking home half that. Players who make it past the first round will make $75,000, with second-round winners receiving $105,000. Both champions collected winnings of $2,853,100 (£2,177,512) for their victories from the $49.2 million (£37.3 million) prize pot, according to the Women's Tennis Association's official website. A record high pool of $71 million will be awarded to tennis players at the 2020 Australian Open, with the men's and women's winners each receiving $4,120,000 (Note: all figures are in Australian Jan 22, 2020 · Australian Open 2020 prize money fast facts: #AustralianOpen #AustralianOpen2020 #AO2020. The total Australian Open prize purse is $71 million, up 13.6 % on AO 2019. Australian Open prize money has increased by more than 412 %, or $57.1 million in the 20 years since 2001, when it was $13.9 million · Jan 19, 2020 · Related: Rebranding of the Australian Open with new identity. Prize money Australian Open. The 2020 Australian Open has a prize money purse of 71 million Australian dollars. An increase of 13.6 percent compared to the 2019 edition and more than double compared to a decade ago.

Jul 19, 2019

Dec 24, 2019 Sofia Kenin beats Garbiñe Muguruza to win Australian Open Feb 01, 2020

Pos Player Scores Total To Par Prize Money Star; My Leaderboard: Full Leaderboard. 1: Inbee Park: 67 - 69 - 68 - 74 278-14: $195,000: Add

Jan 19, 2020 Record $71 million in prize money for Australian Open 2020 Dec 24, 2019 Australian Open 2020 Prize Money Breakdown | JeetWin Blog