Australian Open prize money: How much will the winners make in 2023? Purse, breakdown for field


The winners of Australian Open 2023 will be decided in one week, with the triumphant players to take home a large amount of cash.

The overall purse amount for this year’s tournament has increased by a small percentage in Australian dollars but with currency fluctuations is about the same as the 2022 edition in US dollars. Regardless, the winners still take home a huge portion of money. Even players who just won their first-round match will get some cash.

Here’s a breakdown of the Australian Open 2023 purse, including how much the winners of the singles and doubles draws will take home.

What is the Australian Open purse for 2023?

The total purse for this year’s tournament is AU$76.5 million (US$53.25 million) which represents a 3.4 per cent boost in Australian dollars from last year, but is about the same in US dollars as the 2022 pool.

How much money does the Australian Open 2023 winner get?

The winners of the men’s and women’s singles draws will each earn $2,071,000 (USD). This is effectively the same as what the singles champions took home in 2022.

Men’s and women’s doubles winners will take home $469,935, while mixed doubles winners will earn $109,825.

Prize money breakdown for Australian Open 2023: Men’s and Women’s Singles

Finish USD AUD
Winner $2.05 million $2.975 million
Runner-Up $1.12 million $1.625 million
Semi-finalists $638,333 $925,000
Quarter-finalists $383,172 $555,250
Fourth Round $233,422 $338,250
Third Round $157,288 $227,925
Second Round  $109,620 $158,850
First Round $73,322 $106,250
Third Round Qualifying $38,058 $55,150
Second Round Qualifying $25,240 $36,575
First Round Qualifying $17,942 $26,000

Australian Open prize money 2023: Men’s and Women’s Doubles

Note: Doubles figures are per team.

Finish USD AUD
Winners $479,612 $695,000
Runners-up $255,333 $370,000
Semi-finalists $144,918 $210,000
Quarter-finalists $80,395 $116,500
Third Round $46,408 $67,250
Second Round $32,089 $46,500
First Round $21,375 $30,975

Australian Open prize money 2023: Mixed Doubles

Note: Doubles figures are per team.

Finish USD AUD
Winners $108,861 $157,750
Runners-up $61,728 $89,450
Semi-finalists $32,779 $47,500
Quarter-finalists $17,424 $25,250
Second Round $8,729 $12,650
First Round $4,554 $6,600

Grand slam tournament prize money breakdown

All figures reflect the most recent tournaments.

French Open prize money

Total: US$46.7 million / AU$67.6 million

Winners: US$2.355 million / AU$3.412 million
Runners-Up: US$1.178 million / AU1.706 million
Semi-finalist: US$642,635 / AU$930,825
Quarter-finalist: US$407,000 / AU$589,519 

First-Round: US$66,405 / AU$96,184 

Wimbledon prize money

Total: US$49.5 million / AU$71.98 million

Winners: US$2.5 million / AU$3.621 million 
Runners-Up: US$1.29 million / AU$1.869 million 
Semi-finalist: US$636,000 / AU$921,214
Quarter-finalist: US$380,000 / AU$550,411

First-round: US$61,000 / AU$88,355

US Open prize money

Total: US$69 million / AU$99.95 million

Winners: US$2.6 million / AU$3.77 million
Runners-Up: US$1.3 million / AU$1.88 million
Semi-finalists: US$705,000 / AU$1.021 million
Quarter-finalists: US$445,000 / AU$644,560

First-Round: US$80,000 / AU$115,876

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