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.
The total purse money for each tennis grand-slam based on all categories mixed, singles, ...
Total. $40,560,000. Men's / Women's Doubles (per team) Winner. $660,000. Runner-Up. 330,000. Semifinalists. 164,000.
The men's and women's doubles champions win $289,235, while the mixed doubles champions win $148,523. Prize money breakdown for 2021 French Open
Teams who reach the round of 16 will receive $50,000, the round of 32 will receive $30,000. The total amount of doubles is $4,288,000. Given prize money list is eligible for both men’s and women’s doubles. They both will receive the same prize money. The prize money list is the same as the 2020 officials.
It is because British tennis player and Davis Cup champion, Dom Inglot posted this picture (seen on your right) of the breakdown of the prize money for the upcoming 2021 French Open. With the tournament already losing money due to the pandemic and the loss of fans, tournaments have had to cut some of the prize money for their players.
For 2021, the total ATP Kremlin Cup prize money is $697,125, which is down -17.02% vs 2019. On the women's side, the prize money pool stands at $565,530. On the men's side, the winner in Moscow will receive a cheque for $68,380, which is down -.52.8% compared to the amount Andrey Rublev picked up when he won the title in 2019.
Competitors at The Championships 2016 will receive GBP 28.1m (EUR 36.1m) in total prize money, a 5 per cent increase of GBP 1.35m (EUR 1.7). The singles champions will each receive GBP 2m (EUR 2.6m), a rise of 6.4 per cent from GBP 1.88m (EUR 2.4m) in 2015.