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2014 Australian Open prize money for men and women doubles players in tennis

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The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs at the 2014 Australian Open for men and women doubles players. The 2014 Australian Open is taking place from Monday, January 13, 2014, to Sunday, January 26, 2014.

The Australian Open is one of the four major Grand Slam tennis tournaments held annually. Winning the Australian Open, even in doubles and mixed doubles, is a major achievement for any tennis player.

The prize money at the 2014 Australian Open is far less for doubles and mixed doubles players compared to the prize money for singles players, but the doubles and mixed doubles prize money is nothing to sneeze at. A grand total of $4.7 million is up for grabs in the doubles and mixed doubles competitions at the 2014 Australian Open.

The Australian Open pays men and women tennis players equal amounts of money. All prize money shown is not cumulative, players earn only the prize money for the round they advance to. The prize money for doubles and mixed doubles players is for winning teams, so each player gets half the total prize money shown.

All prize money shown below has been converted from Australian dollars to American dollars.

2014 Australian Open prize money for doubles players

  • Winners - $469,000

The winning teams in the men's and women's doubles competitions at the 2014 Australian Open will each earn $469,000, or $234,500 per player. That is up 9.5% from what the 2013 doubles winners each earned.

  • Runners-up - $234,300

Each runners-up team in doubles at this year's Aussie Open will earn $234,300, or $117,150 per player. That is also up 9.5% from 2013.

  • Semifinalists -$117,143

Each semifinalist team in doubles play will earn $117,143, or $58,572 per player, up 9.5% from the 2013 Australian Open payout.

  • Quarter-finalists - $58,572

Doubles teams advancing to the quarterfinals will each earn $58,572, or $29,286 per player. Up 8.3% from last year.

  • Third Round - $32,440

For making it to the third round in doubles at the 2014 Australian Open each team will earn $32,440, or $16,220 per player. Up 7.5% from last year.

  • Second Round - $18,923

For advancing to the second round in doubles player each team will earn $18,923, or $9,462 per player. Up 7.7% from last year.

  • First Round - $12,165

Just for showing up to play in the first round of the doubles competition at the 2014 Australian Open each team will earn $12,165, or $6,083 per player. Up 8% from 2013.

2014 Australian Open prize money for mixed doubles players

All prize money for mixed doubles players at the 2014 Australian Open is the same as it was for the 2013 Australian Open.

  • Winners - $122,100

The winning mixed doubles team at the 2014 Australian Open will earn $122,100, or $61,050 per player.

  • Runner-up - $61,050

The runner-up team at the 2014 Australian Open will earn $61,050, or $30,525 per player.

  • Semifinalists - $30,547

Semifinalists teams at the 2014 Australian Open will each earn $30,547, or $15,274 per player.

  • Quarter-finalists - $13,967

Mixed doubles teams reaching the quarters will each earn $13,967, or $6,984 per player.

  • Second Round - $7,029

Reaching the second round in mixed doubles play is worth $7,029 per team, or $3,515 per player.

  • First Round - $3,424

For just showing up in the first round of mixed doubles play each team will earn $3,424, or $1,712 per player.

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