The French Open, also known as Roland Garros, is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments. It is held annually in Paris, France. French Open is progressed on the clay courts. The French Open men’s singles final is scheduled to take place on 11 June. Men’s doubles final is scheduled to take place on 10 June. Rafael Nadal, had previously won the men’s singles championship, unfortunately, had to withdraw from the tournament this year due to an injury. It should be noted, that for the first time Nadal, 14-time champion of the French Open, has been absent from the event. Let us have a look at the details of French Open Men’s Final 2023 Prize Money. Also read: Why is Rafael Nadal not playing at the French Open 2023?
French Open Men’s Final 2023 Prize Money
This Roland Garros prize money has gone up to €43.9 million, which is a 13.76% increase from 2022. The French Open is handing out €2,300,000 ($2,496,039) to the Novak Djokovic, men’s singles winner. French Open Runner up Casper Ruud Prize Money is €1,150,000 ($1,248,019) for men’s singles. Recently concluded French Open tennis tournament saw Carlos Alcaraz and Alexander Zverev, both losing semifinalists, receive a sum of €630,000 ($683,698) each.
Meanwhile, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Karen Khachanov, Holger Rune, and Tomas Martín Etcheverry, who were eliminated in the quarterfinals, will each receive €400,000 ($434,094). Players ousted in the pre-quarterfinals will each pocket €240,000 ($260,456), while those who made Round of 32 exits will each get €142,000 ($154,103). Those who made a second-round exit have earned themselves €97,000 ($105,268), while those who lost in the first round will make €69,000 ($74,881). Also read: Novak Djokovic vs Casper Ruud Match prediction, head-to-head, preview, and live telecast | French Open 2023
Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek won their first tour-level Grand Slam doubles title at the 2023 French Open. Dodig has now won three Major men’s doubles titles, while Krajicek won his first. The duo defeated Sander Gille and Joran Vliegen 6-3, 6-1 in the final, earning €590,000 ($614,231) in prize money. Gille and Vliegen, the runners-up, will receive €295,000 ($307,116).
The losing semifinalists will receive €148,000 ($154,078) each, while the quarterfinalists will get €80,000 ($83,286) each. Those who were eliminated in the third round received €43,000 ($44,766) each, and the ones who fell in the second round will receive €27,000 ($28,109) each. The teams that failed to make it past the opening round will be paid €17,000 ($17,698).
French Open Men’s Final 2023
Serbia’s Novak Djokovic takes on Norway’s Casper Ruud in the French Open 2023 men’s singles final. Novak Djokovic won the 2023 French Open after defeating Casper Ruud in the final on Sunday, June 11. This is Djokovic’s third title in Paris and his 23rd Grand Slam title, which is a men’s record. He outscored Ruud with 52 winners to 31 and won 80 percent of points behind his first serve. Despite his best efforts, Ruud finished as the runner-up for the second consecutive year after losing to Nadal last year. Also read: Who is Casper Ruud Girlfriend? Know All About Maria Galligani
As a result, This win results in Djokovic displaces Carlos Alcaraz from the top of the ATP rankings. Additionally, Breaks Nadal’s record as the oldest French Open champion. Following Novak became the first man to win all four Majors at least thrice.
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