Australian Open Tennis 2018 – During the Australian Open Tennis Session 2017, the sum of award money roundup to about fifty million australian dollars ($50m AUD). But for the current season of Australian Open Tennis there has been a grand ten percent (10%) rise in the cash prize offered for the tournament and the total rounds about to straight fifty five million Australian dollars ($55m AUD). What’s even more exciting is that even the competitors who fail to secure the qualifying levels are also getting paid, more or less. So for the champions the final cash prize is about four million dollars ($4m AUD), both male and female candidates will take the money home, individually.
And as for the Australian Open Tennis 2018 succeeding candidates the appointed cash prize is no less than $2.2 million Australian dollar, whereas as a handsome amount of $1.2 million has been set aside for the ones qualifying upto the semifinal rounds. Now the question arises from where does the money come from. Simple answer to the query is mutual agreement among the four grand slams where it has been established that every ten years the cash purse must keep on getting fat to keep the enthusiasm intact. Statistics show that the US open tops the list when it comes to the prize money offered during the tournaments conducted in the year 2017. Given below is the complete statistical analysis of the cash prizes offered in the Australian Open Tennis 2018.
Having a look at this, it is safely established that the remaining three are going to offer more in the upcoming Australian Open Tennis 2018 Session. Now the current situation gives the data as follows:
Round one champions (males) during singles take home $15,000 (AUD).
Round two winner get $20,000 (AUD).
Round three champions bag a huge $30,000(AUD).
Doubles qualifiers, both male and female candidates get to claim $700,000(AUD), each.
Runner ups for the tournament get to claim $375,000(AUD).
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