The Australian Open is all about sportsmanship, but it also comes with a hefty cheque depending on how you place.
Prize money is awarded to each player, even those who get knocked out in the first round, with a massive $75 million in total being given away.
So, who gets what? Here’s the breakdown.
Those knocked out in the first round will still walk away with $103,000 each. This then begins to increase as more players get knocked out.
Second round players will get $154,000, third round will get $221,000 and fourth round will get $328,000.
Those who make it to the quarter-finals will leave with a cool $538,500, semi-finalists with $895,000 and the runner up will get $1.575 million.
The winner of the singles tournament will receive $2.875 million along with the glory.
In total, $26,074,000 will be awarded to the singles players.
For the doubles tournament, the prize money is a little different. Those knocked out in the first round will be awarded $30,050 each.
Second round players will receive $45,100 and third round players will get $62,250.
Quarter-finalists will walk away with $113,000, semi-finalists with $205,000 and the runners up will get $360,000.
The winners of the doubles tournament will get $675,000.
In total, $4,102,200 will be awarded to the players.
In the mixed doubles tournament the prize money is reduced a bit further. Those playing in the first round will get $6,450.
Those knocked out in the second round will get $12,350.
Quarter-finalists will walk away with $24,750, semi-finalists with $46,350 and the runners up with $87,550.
The winners of the mixed doubles will take home $154,500.
In total, the prize money for the mixed doubles adds up to $635,750.