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French Open 2014 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 for men and women tennis players in the doubles competitions at the 2014 French Open, which is being played from May 28th to June 8, 2014, at Roland Garros Stadium in Paris, France.

The French Open, which is often simply called Roland Garros, is one of the four major tournaments in tennis that is played annually. Winning the French Open is a major achievement for any tennis player, and as you can see below, winning at Roland Garros is also a great boon for anyone's bank account too.

The prize money at the 2014 French Open is the same for both men and women doubles players. All prize money shown is not cumulative, players only earn the payouts for the last round they advance to. The money for doubles is per team, so each player gets half.

All prize money shown has been converted from euros to dollars at the current exchange rate. The total prize money up for grabs for tennis players at the 2014 French Open is $33.4 million, with about $4 million of that money going to men and women doubles players.

The 2014 French Open is also distributing about $1.5 million in per diem allowances to cover travel, hotel and food expenses for the players. Including the per deim money, the French Open is paying out 13.5% more money to tennis players in 2014 than the tournament did in 2013.

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

The men's and women's winning teams at the 2014 French Open in doubles play will each earn a very nice $588,120 per team ($279,060 per player). That is up 11.11% from the $502,308 that the teams of Bob and Mike Bryan for the men and Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina for the women each earned when they won the 2013 French Open in doubles last year.

  • Runners-Up - $279,060

The two runners-up teams in doubles play will each earn $279,060 per team ($139,530 per player) at the 2014 French Open. That is also up 11.11% from the $251,154 that the teams of Michael Llodra and Nicolas Mahut for the men and Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci for the women each earned here in 2013 with their runner-up finishes in doubles play.

  • Semifinalists - $139,530

Semifinalist teams at the 2014 French Open in doubles play will each earn $139,530 per team ($69,765 per player). That is up 11.11% from 2013.

  • Quarter-finalists - $76,742

Quarter-finalist doubles teams at the 2014 French Open will each earn $76,742 per team, or $38,371 per player. That is up 10% from $69,765 per team in 2013.

  • Third Round - $43,254

Doubles teams advancing to the third round will each earn $43,254 per team, or $21,627 per player. Up 10.71% from last year ($39,068).

  • Second Round - $23,720

Doubles teams who advance to the second round of the 2014 French Open will each earn $23,720 per team, or $11,860 per player. Up 13.33% from last year ($20,930).

  • First Round - $11,860

Just for showing up to play in the first round of the 2014 French Open is worth $11,860 for each doubles team ($5,930 per player). Up 6.25% from last year.

Prize money at the 2014 French Open for mixed doubles teams

  • Winners - $153,483

The winning mixed doubles team at the 2014 French Open will earn $153,483 as a team ($76,742 per player). That is up 4.76% from the $146,507 that Lucie Hradecka and Frantisek Cermak earned as a team when they won in mixed doubles last year.

  • Runners-up - $77,439

The runners-up mixed doubles team will earn $77,439 as a team ($38,720 per player) in 2014 at the French Open. That is up 4.72% from the $73,951 that the team of Kristina Mladenovic and Daniel Nestor earned last year as the runners-up.

  • Semifinalists - $38,720

The two semifinalist teams in mixed doubles who do not advance will each earn $38,720 per team, or $19,360 per player. That is up 4.72% from last year.

  • Quarter-finalists - $19,534

Quarter-finalists will each earn $19,534 per team, or $9,767 per player at the 2014 French Open. That's up 7.69% from last year.

  • Second Round - $10,465

Second round teams will earn $10,465 each, or $5,233 per player. Up 7.14% from last year.

  • First Round - $5,232

Just for showing up in the first round in mixed doubles at the 2014 French Open is worth $5,232 per team, or $2,616 per player. Up 7.14% from last year.

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