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How much prize money to winner of 2023 Australian Open women’s tournament

The Australian Open is handing out $2.975 million to the women’s singles winner this year. The runner-up gets $1,625,000.

In this composite image a comparison has been made between Aryna Sabalenka (L) and Elena Rybakina at the Australian Open. Photo by Graham Denholm/Getty Images

The 2023 Australian Open has reached the final round of play for both the men and women. The women’s final is scheduled for 3:30 a.m. ET on Saturday morning while the men’s final is scheduled for 3:30 a.m. ET on Sunday morning. Both will air live on ESPN and then at 9 a.m. ET later that morning on ESPN2.

The women’s and men’s draw each feature the same amount of prize money. The winner of each singles tournament wins $2,975,000 and the winner of each doubles tournament wins $695,000. The full list of of prize money is broken down below with some of the latter round earners.

The women’s singles’ final will feature No. 5 seed Aryna Sabalenka taking on No. 22 seed Elena Rybakina. Sabalenka is a -130 favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook while Rybakina is +105. This will be Sabalenka’s first appearance in a Grand Slam final, while Rybakina won Wimbledon last year.

The women’s doubles’ final will feature No. 1 seed Barbora Krejčíková and Kateřina Siniaková taking on No. 10 seed Shuko Aoyama and Ena Shibahara. Krejčíková and Siniaková are -475 favorites while Aoyama and Shibahara are +320 underdogs.

Singles players

Winner: $2,975,000
Runner-Up: $1,625,000
Semifinalist: $925,000 — Victoria Azarenka, Magda Linette
Quarterfinalist: $555,250 — Jelena Ostapenko, Jessica Pegula, Karolína Plíšková, Donna Vekić
Round of 16: $338,250
Round of 32: $227,925
Round of 64: $158,850
Round of 128: $106,250

Doubles teams

Winner: $695,000
Runner-Up: $370,000
Semifinalist: $210,000
Quarterfinalist: $116,500
Round of 16: $67,250
Round of 32: $46,500
Round of 64: $30,975