The 2023 US Open edition offers a record-breaking prize money pool of over 65 million dollars, surpassing the previous record of 60 million dollars set in 2022. The exact prize for 2023 amounts to 65,000,020 dollars, a sum never reached before and an increase of 8.15% compared to the previous year.
Men’s and women’s champions in New York will receive a check with a 15.38% increase over what Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek won last year.
|Name||($) PRIZE MONEY|
|4th Round||$ 284,000|
|3rd Round||$ 191,000|
|2nd Round||$ 123,000|
|1st Round||$ 81,500|
For the rest of the table, the increases are smaller. Qualifiers eliminated may expect slightly higher increases if they fail to make it to the main draw; losers in the first qualifying round will receive $22,000, up 5.50% from the previous edition.
|QUALIFYING SINGLES: WOMEN'S & MEN'S||($) PRIZE MONEY|
|Round 3 loser||$ 45,000|
|Round 2 loser||$ 34,000|
|Round 1 loser||$ 22,000|
The prize money for doubles players will increase the least. It will only grow by 1.4% compared to the previous year.
|MAIN DRAW DOUBLES: WOMEN'S & MEN'S||($) PRIZE MONEY|
|3rd Round||$ 58,000|
|2nd Round||$ 36,800|
|1st Round||$ 22,000|