US Open 2020 Purse Money Payouts

US Open 2020 Prize Money

Tennis calendar re-schedule after corona-virus. US Open 2020, is first grand-slam that began on 31st August and finals held 13 September. But many news reports claimed that some tennis players may not become part of this year grand-slam due to fears of corona-virus. Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Gael Monfils may not be part of 2020 US Open according to reports. That will increase chances of some other tennis players to lift US Open trophy this summer. US Open 2020 prize money and payouts for WTA and ATP players confirmed.

The US open 2020 prize money decrease this year as it played behind the close doors. Corona-virus impacting players wage cut and now tournament prize fund. There will be no income from the gateway and match tickets. All purse money will be come from (TV Channels) and sponsorship deals rights. Last year Rafael Nadal received $3.85 million and this year 2020 US Open men and female winner received ($3 million).

US Open 2020 Prize Money Singles & Doubles Competition (Confirmed)

Standings

Singles (Men)

Doubles (Men)

Women (Singles)

Women (Doubles)

Winners

$3 million

$400,000

$3 million

$400,000

Runner-ups

$1.5 million

$240,000

$1.5 million

$240,000

Semi Finalist

$800,000

$130,000

$800,000

$130,000

Quarter Finalist

$425,000

$91,000

$425,000

$91,000

Round of 16

$250,000

$50,000

$250,000

$50,000

Round of 32

$163,000

$30,000

$163,000

$30,000

Round of 64

$100,000

N/A

$100,000

N/A

Round of 128

$61,000

N/A

$61,000

N/A

Other Prize Fund

Player Relief Fund

$6.6 million

International Relief (WTA & ATP)

$1 million

Wheelchair

$350,000

Direct Hotel Payments

$2.14 million

Total Prize Money

$53.4 million

In the above table you can see the US Open 2020 purse money, the international relief fund for WTA and ATP tennis players announced upto $1 million. The US Open 2020 wheelchair players purse reported $350,000 this year.

The runner-up in singles both male and female earn ($1.5 million) while in year 2019, runner-up received $1.9 million. The double winners reported to be $400,000 which 25% less compare to last year double winners who received ($740,000). Currently no US Open 2020 payouts announced for mixed doubles this year.

Roger Federer five time US Open champion will not be part of this year tennis tournament alongside Rafael Nadal, Bianca Andreescu, Australian tennis star (Ashleigh Barty), Nick Kyrgios, Simona Halep, Wang Qiang and Kiki Bertens some others the list is increased once the event coming close to began on 31st August 2020.