Australian Open Prize Money 2021 Quick Facts. First round qualifiers will earn $25k AUD which is up 25% on 2020. The total Australian Open prize purse for 2021 is $71.15 million, up 0.70% percent on 2020. First-round main draw singles take home $100k, up 11% on 2020.
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The Australian Open has changed in 2021, including the prize money. While the total prize pool has been boosted by roughly $7 million, the sum awarded to winners in Australia has decreased. The overall purse in 2021 will be $61.95 million, with the men’s and women’s singles champions each receiving $2.13 million.
The Australian Open has grown to become one of the biggest sporting events. In the 2020 tournament, the tournament was the highest attended Grand Slam event, with more than 812,000 people attended. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there’s a slight possibility to change match time and schedule for quarantine requirements and travel ...
Teams who reach the third round will receive $42,935 (A$62,000), the second round $26,315 (A$38,000) and first-round losers $17,312 (A$25,000). In terms of ranking points, the singles champion will receive 2,000 points, the runner-up 1,300 points, the semifinalists 780 points and the quarterfinalists 430 points.
Australian Open; Official website: Founded: 1905; 116 years ago () Editions: 109 (2021) Location: Melbourne (since 1972) Australia: Venue: Melbourne Park (since 1988) Surface: Hard – outdoors (since 1988) Grass – outdoors (1905–1987) Prize money: A$71,000,000 (2020) Men's; Draw: 128S (128Q) / 64D (16Q) Current champions: Novak Djokovic (singles) Ivan Dodig
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The ATP retroactively changed the prize money pool for tournaments held between the Australian Open and Wimbledon 2021. Previously The ATP set prize money at 50% of 2019's figure, but the ATP amended this to be 60% and 80% for ATP 250 and ATP 500 tournaments, respectively.