2015 US Open Tennis Prize Money Breakdown

Live Streaming US Open 2015 The 2015 US Open Tennis Prize Money Breakdown is available here. The last Grand Slam event of the season began on August 31 and concluded on September 13 at Flushing, New York. The winners of the singles events received $3.3 million each, an increase of $300,000 from a year ago and effectively a record-setting number for the tournament. Last year’s winners were Marin Cilic (men’s singles) and Serena Williams (women’s singles). Depending on how they’ve fared during the US Open Series, the US Open singles winners could get an additional prize money of up to $1 million.

2015 US Open Tennis Prize Money Breakdown

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The total prize money for the 2015 US Open is $42,253,400, an increase of nearly $4 million from last year’s $38.3 million.

Here’s the 2015 US Open Tennis Prize Money Breakdown: Singles Champion: $ 3.3 million; Runner-up: $ 1.60 million; Semifinalist: $ 805,000; Quarterfinalist: $ 410,975; Round of 16: $ 213,575; Round of 32: $ 120,200; Round of 64: $ 68,600 and Round of 128: $ 39,500. The top three finishes at the US Open Series: [1] Karolina Pliskova; [2] Serena Williams and [3] Simona Halep can earn additional prize money depending on how they’ll fare in New York. It’s been reported that the tickets for the women’s final sold out before the men’s final – a first in tournament history. The women’s singles final is on Saturday, Sept. 12; the men’s singles final is Sunday, Sept. 13.

Here’s the 2015 US Open Tennis Prize Money Breakdown

Singles Champion: $ 3.3 million;
Runner-up: $ 1.60 million;
Semifinalist: $ 805,000;
Quarterfinalist: $ 410,975;
Round of 16: $ 213,575;
Round of 32: $ 120,200;
Round of 64: $ 68,600
Round of 128: $ 39,500.

The top three finishes at the US Open Series: [1] Karolina Pliskova; [2] Serena Williams and [3] Simona Halep can earn additional prize money depending on how they’ll fare in New York. It’s been reported that the tickets for the women’s final sold out before the men’s final – a first in tournament history. The women’s singles final is on Saturday, Sept. 12; the men’s singles final is Sunday, Sept. 13.

2015 US Open Tennis Prize Money Breakdown

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Coverage not available in your region? Sign up for a free trial HERE.

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