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2016 French Open

Date22 May - 5 June
Edition120th
CategoryGrand Slam tournament (ITF)
Draw128S/64D/32X
Prize money€ 32,017,500
SurfaceClay
LocationParis ( XVI e ), France
VenueRoland Garros Stadium

PARIS When the French Open was finish, sun finally came out, which seemed the most inappropriate punctuation mark for a cold and clammy tournament that had just end. He has been waiting 12 years to slide out of other shadows and find light at Roland Garros and, after Sunday, it can no longer be argued that he is the best mens clay-court player never to win the French Open. Djokovic, 29-year-old from Serbia, starred down past and all salt, vinegar and baseline brilliance that Andy Murray could muster to finally win the title, 3-6 6-1 6-2 6-4. It was a very special day, perhaps the biggest moment of my career, Djokovic said in French to the tough-to-conquer Parisian crowd that has gradually come to embrace him and his quest. Victory make Djokovic the eighth man to complete tennis career Grand Slam. More remarkably, he became the third man after Don Budge in 1938 and Rod Laver in 1962 and 1969 to hold all four major singles titles at same time. Call it Djoker Slam in this instance. This is his day today, say Murray, No. 2 seed from Britain, in gracious postmatch speech. What hes achieved in the last 12 months is phenomenal. Winning all four Grand Slams in one year is an amazing achievement. It is something that is so rare in tennis. You know it has not happened for an extremely long time, and it is going to take a long time for it to happen again. Everyone here who comes to watch is extremely lucky to see it. Murray then made it clear that he was not so delighted to have been foil, but that he had a wider view in mind. I am proud to have been part of it today, he say. Though Djokovic has won four major tournaments in the last 12 months, he has not won them all in the same calendar year, which is what defines a true Grand Slam. But he is now in position to chase one of the ultimate prizes in international sports, just as Serena Williams did last year before faltering within sight of the finish line in the semifinals of the United States Open. If he could win Wimbledon and the United States Open this year and also win the singles title at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August, he would give new meaning to his childhood coach Jelena Gencics vision of his potential by completing the so-call Golden Slam. He has grown up to be quite a champion; articulate one, too. Few tennis players have better described their state of mind during a breakthrough victory than Djokovic do on Sunday. After wresting control of the match and baseline from Murray early in the second set, he ended up serving for title first at 5-2 in the fourth. He was break and then got a second chance to serve for it at 5-4.

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Points and prize money

2011

2011Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2010
Winner€1,200,000$1,758,602£1,068,851.877.14%
Runner-up€600,000$879,301£534,425.947.14%
Semifinal€300,000$439,651£267,212.977.14%
Quarterfinal€150,000$219,825£133,606.487.14%
Round 4€75,000$109,913£89,070.997.14%
Round 3€42,000$61,551£37,409.820%
Round 2€25,000$36,638£22,267.750%
Round 1€15,000$21,983£13,360.650%

French Open Prize Money for 2020 has been unveiled and a large chunk of the tournament prize fund has been reallocate to help players who have seen their earnings fall significantly in the midst of the COVID 19 outbreak that saw all tennis suspended for 175 days. Total Prize Money at Roland Garros for 2020 come in at €38 000 000, which is down just 10. 93 % compared to 2019. However, French Tennis Federation has significantly reapportion prize money to early losers and qualifying losers. For 2020, any player that loses in the first round at Roland Garros will be awarded 30 % more than in 2019, taking their winnings to €60 000. Significant effort has also been made in terms of qualifying rounds, with a 27 % increase in Prize Money compared with 2019. Any players who lose in the first round of qualifying competition will take home a cheque of €10 000. Players competing in this event are those who have been most affected financially by the COVID-19 crisis. The winner in Paris, on the other hand, will receive €1 600, 000, still a hefty sum but one that is-30. 43 % less than last year's champion, Rafael Nadal, received along with La Coupe des Mousquetaires. You can see the full break down of French Open Prize Money for 2020 below.

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2012

2012Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2011
Winner€1,500,000$1,870,557£1,208,313.1925%
Runner-up€750,000$935,279£604,156.6025%
Semifinal€375,000$467,639£302,078.3025%
Quarterfinal€190,000$236,937£153,05326.67%
Round 4€100,000$124,704£116,803.6133.33%
Round 3€60,000$74,822£48,332.5342.86%
Round 2€35,000$43,646£28,193.9740%
Round 1€21,000$26,188£16,916.3840%

2013

2013Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2012
Winner€1,500,000$1,983,156£1,275,293.3220%
Runner-up€750,000$991,578£637,646.6620%
Semifinal€375,000$495,789£318,823.3320.97%
Quarterfinal€190,000$251,200£161,537.1522.58%
Round 4€100,000$132,210£123,278.3525%
Round 3€60,000$79,326£51,011.7327.66%
Round 2€35,000$46,274£29,756.8425%
Round 1€21,000$27,764£17,854.1116.67%

2014

2014Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2013
Winner€1,800,000$2,455,729£1,462,107.0620%
Runner-up€900,000$1,227,864£731,053.5320%
Semifinal€450,000$613,932£365,526.7620%
Quarterfinal€250,000$341,073£203,070.4231.58%
Round 4€145,000$197,823£140,524.7345%
Round 3€85,000$115,965£69,043.9441.67%
Round 2€50,000$68,215£40,614.0842.86%
Round 1€27,000$36,836£21,931.6128.57%

2015

2015Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2014
Winner€1,800,000$2,030,571£1,323,626.749.09%
Runner-up€900,000$1,015,286£661,813.379.09%
Semifinal€450,000$507,643£330,906.689.09%
Quarterfinal€250,000$282,024£183,837.0513.64%
Round 4€145,000$163,574£147,069.6416%
Round 3€85,000$95,888£62,504.6018.06%
Round 2€50,000$56,405£36,767.4119.05%
Round 1€27,000$30,459£19,854.4012.50%

2016

2016Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2015
Winner€2,000,000$2,270,199£1,578,494.5911.11%
Runner-up€1,000,000$1,135,100£789,247.2911.11%
Semifinal€500,000$567,550£394,623.6511.11%
Quarterfinal€294,000$333,719£232,038.7017.60%
Round 4€173,000$196,372£175,212.9019.31%
Round 3€102,000$115,780£80,503.2220%
Round 2€60,000$68,106£47,354.8420%
Round 1€30,000$34,053£23,677.4211.11%

2017

2017Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2016
Winner€2,100,000$2,352,414£1,846,494.745%
Runner-up€1,060,000$1,187,409£932,040.206%
Semifinal€530,000$593,704£466,020.106%
Quarterfinal€340,000$380,867£298,956.2915.65%
Round 4€200,000$224,039£195,200.8715.61%
Round 3€118,000$132,183£103,755.4215.69%
Round 2€70,000$78,414£61,549.8216.67%
Round 1€35,000$39,207£30,774.9116.67%

2018

2018Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2017
Winner€2,200,000$2,592,475£1,933,216.174.76%
Runner-up€1,120,000$1,319,805£984,182.785.66%
Semifinal€560,000$659,903£492,091.395.66%
Quarterfinal€380,000$447,791£333,919.1611.76%
Round 4€222,000$261,604£195,079.0911%
Round 3€130,000$153,192£114,235.5010.17%
Round 2€79,000$93,093£69,420.0412.86%
Round 1€40,000$47,136£35,149.3814.29%

2019

2019Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2018
Winner€2,300,000$2,710,315£2,021,089.634.55%
Runner-up€1,180,000$1,390,509£1,036,906.855.36%
Semifinal€590,000$695,255£518,453.435.36%
Quarterfinal€415,000$489,035£364,674.879.21%
Round 4€243,000$286,351£213,532.519.46%
Round 3€143,000$168,511£125,659.0510%
Round 2€87,000$102,521£76,449.9110.13%
Round 1€46,000$54,206£40,421.7915%

Table

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 128Q3Q2Q1
Singles€2,000,000€1,000,000€500,000€294,000€173,000€102,000€60,000€30,000€14,000€7,000€3,500
Doubles€500,000€250,000€125,000€68,000€37,000€19,000€9,500N/AN/AN/AN/A
Mixed Doubles€116,000€58,000€28,500€16,000€8,500€4,250N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Wheelchair Singles€35,000€17,500€8,500€4,500N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Wheelchair Doubles€10,000€5,000€3,000N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Men's and Women's Singles

2020Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2019
Winner€1,600,000$1,894,332£1,479,290-30.43%
Runner-up€800,000$947,166£739,645-32.20%
Semifinal€425,250$503,478£393,168-27.92%
Quarterfinal€283,500$335,652£262,112-31.69%
Round 4€189,000$223,768£174,741-22.22%
Round 3€126,000$149,179£116,494-11.89%
Round 2€84,000$99,452£77,663-3.45%
Round 1€60,000$71,037£55,47330.43%
Q3€25,600$30,309£23,6696.67%
Q2€16,000$18,943£14,79330.61%
Q1€10,000$11,840£9,24642.86%

Men's and Women's Doubles

2020Prize Money € €Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ £% Change vs 2019
Winner€319,652$378,454£295,536-44.89%
Runner-up€188,030$222,620£173,844-35.16%
Semifinal€110,606$130,953£102,261-24.24%
Quarterfinal€65,062$77,031£60,153-18.16%
Round 3€38,272$45,312£35,385-9.95%
Round 2€23,920$28,320£22,1154.00%
Round 1€14,950$17,700£13,82230.00%

French Open Prize Money History

YearFrench Open% Increase
2020€38,000,000-10.93%
2019€42,661,0008.84%
2018€39,197,0008.88%
2017€36,000,00012.44%
2016€32,017,50014.23%
2015€28,028,60012.03%
2014€25,018,90013.72%
2013€22,000,00017.53%
2012$18,718,0006.84%
2011€17,520,000

Roland Garros 2016

Men's Women's singlesPrize money 2016Prize money 2015
Champion€2,000,000€1,800,000
Runner-up€1,000,000€900,000
Semi-finalist€500,000€450,000
Quarter-finalist€294,000€250,000
Round of 16€173,000€145,000
Third Round€102,000€85,000
Second Round€60,000€50,000
First Round€30,000€27,000

Table2

Men's Women's DoublesPrize money 2016Prize money 2015
Champions€500,000€450,000
Runners-up€250,000€225,000
Semi-finalist€125,000€112,500
Quarter-finalist€68,000€61,000
Third Round€37,000€33,000
Second Round€19,000€18,000
First Round€9,500€9,000

Table3

Men's Women's singles qualifiersPrize money 2016Prize money 2015
Loss in third round€14,000€12,000
Loss in second round€7,000€6,000
Loss in first round€3,500€3,000
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