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2015 US OPEN PRIZE MONEY*
SINGLES (Men & Women - 128 Draws)
TOTALS
Winners (1)
$3,300,000
Runners-Up (1)
1,600,000
Semifinalists (2)
805,000
Quarterfinalists (4)
410,975
Round of 16 (8)
213,575
Third Round (16)
120,200
Second Round (32)
68,600
First Round (64)
39,500
TOTAL (128)
$33,017,800
DOUBLES (Per Team, Men and Women - 64 Draws)
 
Winners (1)
$570,000
Runners-Up (1)
275,000
Semifinalists (2)
133,150
Quarterfinalists (4)
67,675
Round of 16 (8)
35,025
Second Round (16)
21,700
First Round (32)
14,200
TOTAL (64)
$4,927,600
MIXED DOUBLES (Per Team - 32 Draws)
 
Winners (1)
$150,000
Runners-Up (1)
70,000
Semifinalists (2)
30,000
Quarterfinalists (4)
15,000
Second Round (8)
10,000
First Round (16)
5,000
TOTAL (32)
$500,000
Men's and Women's Singles Qualifying (128 Draws)
 
Third Round Losers (16)
$15,000
Second Round Losers (32)
10,000
First Round Losers (64)
5,000
TOTAL (112)
$1,760,000
Total Championship Events
$40,205,400
OTHER EVENTS (LEGENDS EXHIBITION / WHEELCHAIR)
$570,000
PLAYER PER DIEM (Estimate)
$1,478,000
TOTAL PLAYER COMPENSATION (base)
 
$42,253,400
TOTAL PLAYER COMPENSATION (potential)
 
$44,853,400*
*Prize Money could exceed $44.8 million as the top three finishers in the Emirates Airline US Open Series may earn up to an additional $2.6 million in bonus money at the US Open. The men’s and women’s winners of the Series will play for the bonus prize money at the US Open. For example, should the champions of the Series also win the US Open singles titles, they would each earn $4 million ($3 million in US Open prize money plus the Emirates Airline US Open Series bonus prize money of $1 million).