How much prize money could the Brits earn at the French Open 2022
After a slight drop in prize money following the effects of the global pandemic, this year’s prize money is back on the up, with the winners of the singles walking away with a cool €2.2m. Rounds one and two remain at the same levels as last year.
PRIZE MONEY € (£)
Total Grand Slam Prize Purses for 2021 (Current Currency Conversion)
Australian Open (2022)
What does this mean for the Brits?
The best British result in recent years was Johanna Konta’s run to the semi-final in 2019, and the British number one and current US Open champion Raducanu is still (literally) finding her feet on the clay.
Andy Murray’s best performance was to reach the final in 2016, and best hopes lie with Norrie who us currently making up for a slow start with a decent run in Lyon, to reach the final.
Last year was a remarkable year for Evans on the clay – not necessarily a surface you would say is his best. Still – if he makes it past last year’s finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas, et al, he has the knowledge that he has beaten defending Novak Djokovic – on clay!
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