The US Open confirmed the award distribution


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The US Open confirmed the award distribution

The USTA confirmed the distribution of prize dollars for the edition of the US Open 2020 and this time it will not be a record but almost: the stock market is reduced by 5% compared to 2019 and the first round prizes do increase.

This year they will be compensated with a total amount of $ 53.4 million, which represents almost 95% of the record amount that was distributed in 2019. In men and women, the prize money of the first round has increased by 5% since 2019 (61,000 vs. 58,000), while second and third round prize money remains unchanged. In the men’s and women’s doubles, the cash prizes for the 32, 16 and quarterfinal rounds also remain unchanged.

In total, the combined singles and doubles portfolio totals over $ 43 million. Additionally, the USTA has dedicated a total of $ 7.6 million to more cash aid for players who have seen their earning opportunities shrink this year as a result of the nearly five-month suspension from international tennis.

Having previously contributed $ 1 million to the sport’s organized “Player Relief Program” earlier this year, the USTA will provide an additional $ 6.6 million in grants and subsidies as a result of its decisions not to hold a qualifying tournament and reduce the draw. doubles this year.

The individual prize money round by round for the US Open is as follows:

Singles:
Winner: $ 3,000,000
Finalist: $ 1,500,000
Semifinalist: $ 800,000
Quarter-finals: $ 425,000
Round of 16: $ 250,000
Round of 32: $ 163,000
Round of 64: $ 100,000
Round of 128: $ 61,000

Doubles (each pair):
Winner: $ 400,000
Finalist: $ 240,000
Semifinalist: $ 130,000
Quarter-finals: $ 91,000
Round of 16: $ 50,000
Round of 32: $ 30,000


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