Australian Open 2014 Prize Money Breakdown

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The Australian Open 2014 Prize Money Breakdown is presented below. There’s a $3 million increase on the total prize money which is once more a tournament record. The Australian Open 2012 edition had a total prize money of $26 million, the 2013 event had $30 million and this year, the figures soared to a total of $33 million.

Here’s the Australian Open 2014 Prize Money Breakdown:

Singles – Men’s and Women’s (per player)

Champion: $2,650,000
Runner-up: $1,325,000
Semifinalists: $540,000
Quarterfinalists: $270,000
Fourth Round: $135,000
Third Round: $75,000
Second Round: $50,000
First Round: $30,000

Singles – Qualifying (Men’s and Women’s)

Third Round – $14,400
Second Round – $7,200
First Round – $3,600

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

Champion: $520,000
Runner-up: $260,000
Semifinalist: $130,000
Quarterfinalists: $65,000
Third Round: $36,000
Second Round: $21,000
First Round: $13,500

Mixed Doubles (per pair)

Champion: $135,500
Runner-up: $67,750
Semifinalists: $33,900
Quarterfinalists: $15,500
Second Round: $7,800
First Round: $3,800

Other events: $596,749
Per diem, fees and trophies: $2,155,401

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