January 8th, 2015
Australian Open Boosts Prize Money By $7M, Total Pot Now At $40M, Double From 2007!
The Australian Open adds bucks to the event.
Posted by Staff @ 11:50 pm in Australian Open | 4 Comments »
April 29th, 2014
Wimbledon Prize Money Increase: 2014 1st RD Losers Will Make More Than McEnroe Did For Beating Borg In 1981 Final
Wimbledon announced an increase in prize money.
Posted by Staff @ 9:43 am in Wimbledon | 13 Comments »
July 31st, 2013
US Open Announces 37% Increase In Prize Money, Singles Champions Will Earn A Record $2.6M
The US Open has announced a record increase in prize money this year.
Posted by Staff @ 11:07 am in US Open | 17 Comments »
April 23rd, 2013
Wimbledon Announces 40% Rise In Prize Money, Players React Favorably
Wimbledon announced major prize money increase, players are thrilled!
Posted by Staff @ 12:31 pm in Wimbledon | 23 Comments »
March 20th, 2013
US Open Shelves Super Saturday For Traditional Schedule In 2015, Moves Men’s Final Back To Sunday, Ups Prize Money
The US Open announced the end of the “Super Saturday” men’s semifinal schedule.
Posted by Staff @ 11:32 am in US Open | 11 Comments »
February 21st, 2013
The Nightmare Is Over: ATP Finally Approves The Indian Wells Prize Money Increase
The ATP finally approved Indian Wells’ prize money increase request.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 9:49 am in Indian Wells | 40 Comments »
November 9th, 2012
Federer Says He’ll Investigate Why The ATP Turned Down An $800K Infusion Into Indian Wells Prize Money
Indian Wells wanted to raise their prize money levels in the earlier rounds, but the ATP turned down the proposal leaving player president Roger Federer to investigate.
Posted by Staff @ 10:23 am in Indian Wells | 7 Comments »
October 2nd, 2012
Men Bark, Get Themselves (And The Women) More Money From Australian Open
The Australian Open has heard the players, and it will offer a record AUD $30 million in prize money.
Posted by Sean Randall @ 9:47 am in ATP, Australian Open | 13 Comments »
July 21st, 2010
Roger Federer Tops Sports Illustrated’s Earnings List
Roger Federer sits atop Sports Illustrated’s highest earning international athlete’s list.
Posted by Tom Gainey @ 2:25 pm in 2010 Season | 64 Comments »