Australian Open 2023 prize money: How much the winners make for singles, doubles, mixed doubles and each round

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)

Winner: $2.975m

Runner-up: $1.625m

Semi-final: $925,000

Quarter-final: $555,250

Round 4: $338,250

Round 3: $227,925

Round 2: $158,850

Round 1: $106,250

Doubles

Winner: $695,000

Runner-up: $370,000

Semi-final: $210,000

Quarter-final: $116,500

Round 3: $67,250

Round 2: $46,500

Round 1: $30,975

Mixed doubles

Winner: $157,750

Runner-up: $89,450

Semi-final: $47,500

Quarter-final: $25,250

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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