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Tennis – Details of the 2020 Roland-Garros prize money (bonuses)

Despite the support of the tournament’s partners (sponsors and broadcasters), the 2020 Roland-Garros edition will inevitably suffer from the drop in ticketing and merchandising revenues linked to a lower attendance.

“Even though the tournament revenues will decrease by 50%, we wanted to maintain a significant prize money of around 90% of that of the previous year” Guy Forget, Tournament Director, said at the beginning of September during a videoconference.

“The receipts of Roland-Garros were around 260 to 280 million euros, we will be at 140M € for this year” added Bernard Giudicelli.

As for the US Open 2020, the overall financial endowment (prize money) of Roland-Garros 2020 has been revised downwards. Around 38 million euros compared to 42.6 million euros in 2019. In detail, the drops will be borne by the best players.

Thus, the check for the winner of Roland-Garros 2020 (Men’s and Women’s Singles) will be lower than last year with 1.6 million euros against 2.3 million euros. A significant drop of around 30.43%.

“In terms of responsibility, the pyramid of endowments has been thoroughly reviewed in order to show our solidarity with the players who are going through a particularly difficult year. A significant reduction in the gap between the winners of the singles and the losers of the first round has been made ” détaille Guy Forget. “30% increase will be allocated to the 1st round endowment and 27% for all the qualifications. From memory, the ratio of losing in the 1st round to winning in 2019 was 50 against 27 this year. The overall prize money will be a little more than 38M € knowing that an additional million has been mobilized from the ATP and the WTA to help players ranked between 150th and 500th place. “

Men’s and Women’s Singles

Winner: € 1.6M (-30.43% vs 2019)
Finalist: € 850,500 (- 27.92%)
1/2 finale : 425 250€ (-27,92%)
1/4 finale : 283 500€ (-31,69%)
1 / 8e final: € 189,000 (-22.22%)
3e tour : 126 000€ (-11,89%)
2nd round: € 84,000 (-3.45%)
1st round: € 60,000 (+ 30.43%)

Men’s and Women’s Singles Qualifications

Loser of the 3rd round: € 25,900 (+ 6.67%)
Loser of the 2nd round: € 16,000 (+ 30.61%)
Loser of the 1st round: € 10,000 (+ 16.67%)

Doubles Men and Women (per pair)

Winners: € 319,652 (-44.89%)
Finalists: € 188,030 (-35.16%)
1/2 finale : 110 606€ (-24,24%)
1/4 finale : 65 062€ (-18,16%)
1 / 8e final: 38 272 € (-9.95%)
2nd round: 23,920 € (+ 4%)
1st round: € 14,950 (+ 30%)

Wheelchair tennis – Men’s and Women’s Singles

Winner: € 53,000 (+ 0%)
Finalist: € 26,500 (+ 0%)
1/2 finale : 13 500€ (+0%)
1/4 finale : 6 750€ (+0%)

Wheelchair tennis – Men’s and Women’s Doubles (per pair)

Winners: € 16,000 (+ 0%)
Finalists: € 8,000 (+ 0%)
1/2 finale : 4 750€ (+0%)

Quad – Men’s Singles

Winner: € 20,000 (+ 0%)
Finalist: € 10,000 (+ 0%)
1/2 finale : 6 000€ (+0%)

Quad – Doubles Gentlemen (per pair)

Winners: € 4,000 (+ 0%)
Finalists: € 2,000 (+ 0%)

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