Players will be vying for the biggest pot of cash in Australian Open history, with both men’s and women’s singles winners set to take home roughly $3 million.
The total prize pool is $76.5 million, up from $74 million in 2022 and $71.5 million in 2021. Just 10 years ago it was $30 million, putting into context the whopping money on offer for today’s stars.
Last year’s winners took home $2.875m each, with the amount for this year’s winners up by $100,000.
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What is the prizemoney?
Singles (all in $AUD)
Round 4: $338,250
Round 3: $227,925
Round 2: $158,850
Round 1: $106,250
Round 3: $67,250
Round 2: $46,500
Round 1: $30,975
Round 2: $12,650
Round 1: $6,600
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Even those who make a first round singles exit will take home a six-figure pay day, while those who were knocked out in the qualifiers will be well compensated.
Those who fell at the final hurdle get $55,150, those in the second round get $36,575, and first round qualifiers get $26,000.
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