The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for men tennis players at the 2014 Italian Open, which is being played from May 12th to May 18, 2014, on the outdoor clay courts at the Foro Italico (Italian Forum sports complex) in Rome, Italy.
The Italian Open is notable because it is the final tune-up for players for the French Open. The prize money up for grabs for men players at the Italian Open in 2014 is more than the prize money for the women.
All prize money shown has been converted from euros to dollars. The money is not cumulative, players only earn the amounts shown for the last round they advance to. Prize money for doubles is by team, so each player gets half.
Prize money up for grabs for men tennis players at 2014 Italian Open
- Winner - $753,063
- Runner-up - $369,193
The runner-up will earn $369,193. Up 9.4% from the $337,438 that Roger Federer earned here last year with his runner-up finish.
- Semifinalists - $185,838
Making the semis at the 2014 Italian Open is worth $185,838. Up 9.4% from last year.
- Quarter-finalists - $94,946
Making the quarters is worth $94,946. Up 9.4%.
- Third Round - $49,073
Making the third round is worth $49,073. Up 9.4%.
- Second Round - $25,870
Making the second round is worth $25,870. Up 9.4%.
- First Round - $13,971
Just for showing up for the first round is worth $13,971. Up 9.5%.
- First Round - $1,639 (up 9.6%)
- Second Round - $3,217 (up 9.6%)
Players who win both rounds qualify for the main draw where they were guaranteed to earn at least $13,971, the prize money for the main field first round.
Doubles Prize Money for Men at 2014 Italian Open
- Winners - $233,189 (up 9.4% from last year)
$116,595 per player.
- Runners-up - $114,180
$57,090 per player.
- Semis - $57,269
$28,635 per player.
- Quarters - $29,396
$14,698 per player.
- Second Round - $15,198
$7,599 per player.
- First Round - $8,011
$4,006 per player.