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2014 Sony Open Tennis prize money for doubles players in Miami

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The following is a list of the prize money for doubles players at the 2014 Sony Open Tennis which is taking place from March 16 to March 30, 2014, at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Miami, Florida.

The amount of prize money shown is not cumulative, and what is shown is per team. So each team only earns the amount shown for the round they advance to, and each player only earns half the amount shown. There's no mixed doubles at the 2014 Sony Open Tennis.

Prize money for doubles players is always far less than for singles players. For more see 2014 Sony Open Tennis prize money for men and women singles players in Miami.

2014 Sony Open Tennis prize money for doubles players in Miami

The winning teams in doubles play will earn $257,860, or $128,930 per player.

  • Runners-Up - $125,850

The runner-up will each earn $125,850 per team, or $64,465 per player.

  • Semifinalist - $63,070

The semifinalist teams will each earn $63,070, or $31,535 per player.

  • Quarter-finalist - $32,140

Teams making the quarters will each earn $32,140, or $16,00 per player.

  • Round of 16 - $16,950

Players making the second round in doubles at the 2014 Sony Open will earn $16,950 per team, or $8,475 per player.

  • First Round - $9,070

Just for playing in the first round in doubles at the 2014 Sony Open each team will earn $9,070, or $4,535 per player.

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