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The US Open Prize Money | How $65m Distributed Among Men/Women Players In Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles?

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US Open Prize Money

The 143 edition of US Open tennis grand-slam announced. Tennis competition began on 28th August and finals of the US Open will be played on September 10, 2023. Officials of the tournaments, announced US Open prize money for year 2023. As per reports confirmed that there will be distribution of $65m among men and women players.

StandingsMen/Women SinglesMen/Women DoublesMixed Doubles
Semi Finalist$775k$180k$42.5k
Quarter Finalist$445k$100k$23.2k
Round of 16$284k$58k$14.2k
Round of 32$191k$36.8k$8.3k
Round of 64$123k$22kN/A
Round of 128$81.5kN/AN/A
Qualifiers Round 3$45kN/AN/A
Qualifiers Round 2$34.5kN/AN/A
Qualifiers Round 1$22kN/AN/A
Total Prize Money$65m (guaranteed)
Highest Earning Players at US Open Tennis Grand-Slam?

The winners of the US Open tennis grand-slam highest paid, they will earn guaranteed money of $3m in singles men and women competition. As per reports $700k distributed among winners of doubles competition.

  • In singles competition both men and women player will earn guaranteed $1.5m as runner-up prize fund. Doubles competition runner-up will earn guaranteed $350k. Mixed double runner-up will receive share of $85k.
  • Semi finalists of the competition in singles will earn share of $775k, in doubles will earn guaranteed $180k and mixed doubles $42.5k.
  • Those who reached quarter finals could not make it to the semi finals will earn guaranteed fund of $445k in singles, $100k in doubles and $23.2k in mixed doubles.
  • Players in singles competition will receive prize fund from qualifiers round 1 to finals. While in doubles players start receiving prize fund from round of 64. In mixed doubles players do start receiving prize fund from round of 32.

The announced US Open prize money make it one of the most expensive tennis grand-slams. Where player can earn maximum $3m a year. Further details regarding to US Open 2023 prize fund updated later if any changes made to it.