Australian Open 2017 Prize Money Breakdown, Ranking Points

Australian Open 2017 Prize Money Breakdown, Ranking Points The Australian Open 2017 Prize Money Breakdown, Ranking Points is provided below. There’s a $ 6 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, 2014 tournament was pegged at $33 million, in 2015 it has soared to $ 40 million and in 2016 it reached $ 44 million.

Australian Open 2017 Winners List

“We are committed to further improving the pay and conditions on the international tennis tour to ensure every professional tennis player is properly compensated,” Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley said.

“It was especially important for us to increase the compensation for players in the early rounds and qualifying, and this year we have made some real gains. We are constantly reviewing ways to improve the life of every player on tour, not just the top 100. This includes increasing prize money as well as removing as many costs as possible associated with playing our events.

“Our aim is to shift the break-even point for professional players, to ensure that tennis is a viable career option for the best male and female athletes in the world. We are also committed to equal prize money, equal exposure and equal opportunity for men and women.”

Here’s the Australian Open 2017 Prize Money Breakdown, Ranking Points

For the complete list of Australian Open 2016 Winners, click HERE

The Australian Open 2017 Prize Money Breakdown is in Australian dollars:

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

Champion: $ 3,700,000 | 2000 points
Runner-up: $ 1,900,000 | 1200 (M), 1300 (W)
Semifinalists: $ 900,000 | 720 (M), 780 (W)
Quarterfinalists: $ 440,000 | 360 (M), 430 (W)
Fourth Round: $ 220,000 | 180 (M), 240 (W)
Third Round: $ 130,000 | 90 (M), 130 (W)
Second Round: $ 80,000 | 45 (M), 70 (W)
First Round: $ 50,000 | 10 points

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

Third Round – $ 25,000
Second Round – $ 12,500
First Round – $ 6,250

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

Champion: $ 650,000
Runner-up: $ 325,000
Semifinalist: $ 160,500
Quarterfinalists: $ 80,000
Third Round: $ 40,000
Second Round: $ 23,000
First Round: $ 14,800

Mixed Doubles (per pair)

Champion: $ 150,500
Runner-up: $ 75,500
Semifinalists: $ 37,500
Quarterfinalists: $ 18,750
Second Round: $ 9,000
First Round: $ 4,500

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