The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for men tennis players in doubles play at the 2014 Madrid Open, which is being played from May 3rd to May 11th, 2014, on the outdoor clay courts at La Caja Magica (The Magic Box) tennis stadium located at the Manzanares Park Tennis Center in Madrid, Spain.
The Madrid Open is not considered a major tournament in tennis, but it is an important tennis tournament annually because it offers high prize money and most of the elite players in tennis use the Madrid Open as a tune-up for the French Open. The French Open is the second major of the year in tennis annually, and it is also played on clay courts.
All prize money shown has been converted from euros to dollars. The prize money shown is not cumulative, players only earn the amount shown for the last round they advance to. The amount shown for each round is per team, individual players earn half the amounts shown.
For men's prize money in singles see Prize money for men tennis players in singles at 2014 Madrid Open.
Prize money for men tennis players in doubles play at 2014 Madrid Open
- Winner - $300,249
The men winners of the 2014 Madrid Open in doubles play will earn a cool $300,249 as a team, or $150,125 per player. That is up 9.4% from the $274,370 that twins Mike and Bob Bryan earned in 2013 when they won the men's doubles competition at the Madrid Open last year for the fifth time.
- Runner-Up - $147,002
The runners-up in doubles at the 2014 Madrid Open will earn $147,002 as a team, or $73,501 per player. That is up 9.44% from the $134,320 that the team of Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares earned here last year with their runner-up finish to Bob and Mike Bryan.
- Semifinalists - $73,737
The two men semifinalist teams who fail to advance will each earn $73,737 per team, or $36,869 per player in 2014 at the Madrid Open. That is up 9.4% from the $67,382 that semifinalist teams earned here in 2013.
- Quarter-finalists - $37,840
Reaching the quarter-finals is worth $37,840 for each team, or $18,920 per player in 2014. That is up 9.4% from the $34,579 that quarter-finalist teams earned here in 2013.
- Second Round - $19,565
Second round losing teams will each earn $19,565, or $9,873 per player in doubles at the 2014 Madrid Open. That is up 9.5% from $17,872 last year.
- First Round - $10,342
Just for showing up and playing in the first round in doubles is worth $10,342 to each team, or $5,171 per player, in the first round at the 2014 Madrid Open. That is up 9.6% from $9,436 last year.