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2023 Australian Open Prize Money - Men's and Women's winners earn $2,975,000

25 Jan 2023
John Eastwood 25 Jan 2023
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  • The 2023 Australian Open prize money is $76,500,000
  • First-round losers will receive $106,250
  • Men's and Women's singles winners take home $2,975,000
  • The Grand Slam is being played in Melbourne from 16-29 January
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The Australian Open singles winners will collect $2,975,000 (Getty)
 

2023 Australian Open Prize Money Breakdown


The 2023 Australian Open prize money is $76,500,000. First-round losers in the singles draws will receive $106,250 with quarter-finalists earning $555,250.

The winners of the men's and women's singles tournaments will collect $2,975,000 with the runners-up earning $1,625,000.

The winners of the 2023 Australian Open doubles will take home $695,000.

2023 Australian Open
SinglesDoublesMixed Doubles
Winner $2,975,000 $695,000 $157,750
Runner-up $1,625,000 $370,000 $89,450
SF $925,000 $210,000 $47,500
QF $555,250 $116,500 $25,250
Round of 16 $338,250 $67,250 $12,650
Round of 32 $227,925 $46,500 $6,600
Round of 64 $158,850 $30,975 N/A
Round of 128 $106,250 N/A N/A
Q3 $55,150 N/A N/A
Q2 $36,575 N/A N/A
Q1 $26,000 N/A N/A

2023 Australian Open Prize Money FAQ

What is the 2023 Australian Open Prize Money?

The 2023 Australian Open prize money is AU$76,500,000.

How much will the winners make at the 2023 Australian Open?

The winners of the men's and women's singles tournaments at the 2023 Australian Open will each earn $2,975,000.

When is the 2023 Australian Open being played?

The 2023 Australian Open being played from Monday 16 January to Sunday 29 January.

Where is the 2023 Australian Open being played?

The 2023 Australian Open is being played at Melbourne Park in Victoria, Australia.

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