To win at Roland Garros is to be at the top of tennis. It is to write a name with capital letters in the history of this sport. But lifting the Musketeers Cup, in the case of the boys, or the Suzanne-Lenglen Cup, for the girls, is not just about prestige.

As one of the most recognized Grand Slams, its prize money is at the height of its popularity. Although in the last two years the reward has been reduced by the pandemic, this 2022 has increased by 7% compared to 2021, with the total to be distributed almost 46 million dollars (45.97 million specifically), about 43 million of euros.

In the four Grand Slams, the prize for both the male and female winner is exactly the same, with Roland Garros being the pioneer in equalization, as it has been in force since 2006.

With this, the great winner of Paris is awarded 2,290,354 million dollars. Already the fact of standing in the final means winning 1,145,177 million, while the semifinalists take 624,642 dollars.

The first eight classified, that is, those who reach the quarterfinals, win $395,607. While being in the fourth and third round, $229,035 and $130,967 respectively.