Miami Open prize money: How much will the players earn?


As one of nine Masters 1000 tournaments in 2022, the Miami Open presents players with a golden opportunity to jump up the rankings and bring home some serious prize money. 

After cutting the amount on offer in 2021 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the event has tripled the amount of money on offer this year. 

That means both the men and women are vying for an equal share of just over US$17 million. 

Men and women have been awarded the same amount of prize money at the Miami Open since 2006. 

Here’s how much the players could make in 2022…

Miami Open prize money 2022: Men’s and women’s singles

Progress Prize money (US)
Winner $1,231,245
Runner-up $646,110
Semi-finalists $343,985
Quarter-finalists $179,940
Round of 16 $94,575
Round 3 $54,400
Round 2 $30,130
Round 1 $18,200

Miami Open prize money 2022: Men’s and women’s doubles

Progress Prize money (US)
Winner $426,010
Runner-up $225,980
Semi-finalists $120,520
Quarter-finalists $61,100
Round of 16 $32,630
Round 1 $17,580

How does Miami Open’s prize money compare to other tournaments?

Despite offering up some sizeable sums, the Miami Open can’t quite compete with the amount of prize money on offer at Grand Slams.

The winner of Australian Open in 2022 walked away with AU$2,875,000, while the runner-up got just over $1.5 million. 

Miami’s prize money is equal to what Indian Wells offered this year and superior to the most the Monte Carlo Masters has put on the table with their 2019 champions receiving $1,077,229.