The following is a list of the prize money for men and women tennis players up for grabs at the 2014 Sony Open Tennis tournament in Miami, Florida. The Sony Open is being played from March 17 to March 30, 2014, at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park in Miami, Florida.
The Sony Open in Miami is not considered a major in tennis, but it is one of the bigger tennis tournaments played annually. Players like playing at the Sony Open because the weather is usually very good in March in Miami, Florida, and the Sony Open offers very generous prize money.
The total amount of money up for grabs for men and women tennis players at the 2014 Sony Open is $11.1 million. The prize money is the same for men and women tennis players. All prize money shown is not cumulative, players only earn the amount shown for the round they advance to.
2014 Sony Open Tennis prize money for men and women singles players in Miami
- Winners - $787,000
The men and women singles winners at the 2014 Sony Open Tennis will each earn $737,000. That is up 9.4% from the $719,160 that Andy Murray and Serena Williams earned here when they won the tournament in 2013.
- Runners-Up - $384,065
The two runners-up will each earn $384,065. That is also up 9.4% from the $350,970 that David Ferrer and Maria Sharapova earned last year as the runner-ups at the 2013 Sony Open (called the Miami Open).
- Semifinalists - $192,485
The semifinalists this year at the 2014 Sony Open will each earn $192,485, up 9.4% from last year when the semifinalists each earned $175,900.
- Quarter-finalists - $98,130
Quarter-finalists will each earn $98,130, up from $89,670 last year.
- Fourth Round - $51,730
Players advancing to the fourth round will each earn $51,730, up from $47,270 last year.
- Third Round - $27,635
Players advancing to the third round will each earn $27,635, up from $25,300 last year.
- Second Round - $14,945
Players making it to the second round will each earn $14,945, up from $13,660 last year.
- First Round - $9,165
Players who lose in the first round will each earn $9,165 just for showing up. That's up from $8,370 last year.