2019 US Open Prize Money to Reach the Highest Ever

Posted on October 24, 2018, 5:44 am
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The 2019 US Open Prize Money to reach the highest ever in the history of tennis. All types of games are for pleasure and excitement to the audiences but for the players, the game is a source of earning. Different games have numerous kinds of prize money systems. Tennis is not so far from the system rather it produces a huge amount of prize money for arranging a tournament. Most of the Players are very familiar with the regular production of money. In all other tournaments of tennis, the US Open Prize Money is much huge and bigger in amount.

2019 US Open Prize Money to Reach the Highest EverThe US Open is the top title category of tennis and the prize money of the US Open would be higher than the others. Every game is conducted and arranged with heavy offerings of money and prizes. Each of the prizes is another addition of prize money.

Tennis is mostly known as the cool play. In playing tennis both male and female players are very much concentrated on getting prize money. 2019 US Open Prize Money will ensure the productivity of the tennis players’ earnings as a match with their expectations.

2019 US Open Prize Money

There have been some biggest tennis categories like Grand Slams, Olympic, Wimbledon and so on. All these tournaments are the producer of a large scale of prize money. The prize money of 2019 US Open will reveal soon and you will find the list here in a very near time.

2018 US Open Prize Money

The US Open prize money of 2018 is reached to the $53 million that creates a history in the tennis era. Day by day it will increase as its way.

Let’s have look to the US Open prize money of 2018

Since 1973 the US Open tournament is offering equal prize money for both of the male and female players.  In the US Open of 2018, each of the champions will get $3.8 million that creates a history.

Earlier this year the prize money was $100,000 less than this year. USTA chairman says that “2018 was a significant year in our history” the prize money of 2018 is 57 percent more than the prize money of 2013 and 5 percent more than 2017.

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2018 US Open Prize Money Round by Round

Let’s have look to the US Open prize money of 2018 for each round

For the main draw, the male and female singles winners get $54,000 each. For the second round qualifiers, the amount is $93,000. The players who reach to the advancing round of 32 get $156,000.

The fourth round qualifiers get $266,000 and the quarterfinal qualifiers get $475,000. The players who move to the semifinal get $925,000. The finalists get $1,850,000 that is much bigger in amount than any other prize money titles. The double champion teams get $700,000 in both men and women category.

Singles:

Rounds Prize-money
Winner $3,800,000
Runner-up $1,850,000
Semi-finalists $925,000
Quarter-finalists $475,000
4th Round $266,000
3rd Round $156,000
2nd Round $93,000
1st Round $54,000

For first & second round losers the amount is $16,500 and $27,875 respectively. The players who lose in the advancing round of 16 get $46,500 and the quarterfinal losers get $85,275. The players who lose in the semifinal get $166,400. The finalists get $350,000 that is much bigger in amount but smaller than the winner. The US Open qualifying tournament offers $3 million.

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Doubles:

Rounds Prize-money
Winner $700,000
Runner-up $350,000
Semi-finalists $166,400
Quarter-finalists $85,275
4th Round $46,500
3rd Round $27,875
2nd Round $16,500

So, we have seen that the US Open has the highest amount of prize money from all the grand slams. The US Open is the top title category of tennis and the prize money of the US Open would be higher than the others.

Every game is conducted and arranged with heavy offerings of money and prizes. The title would arrange year to year and the prize money will be increased in accordance with the days gone. The 2019 US Open Prize Money will reach the highest ever in the history of tennis as an assumption from the last few years’ prize money.