Melbourne Summer Set Prize Money 2022

Played alongside the ATP Cup and the Adelaide International 1, the Melbourne Summer Set is a series of two tournaments held in the run-up to the Australian Open.

The events will be held at Melbourne Park, giving players a chance to acclimatise to the conditions ahead of the first Grand Slam of the Season.

First up is the Melbourne Summer Set 1 tournament, an ATP and WTA 250 combined event. At the same time, the Melbourne Summer Set 2 takes place specifically for the women as another concurrent WTA 250 event.

The total prize money on offer at the ATP Melbourne Summer Set is $521,000 and will see the likes of Rafael Nadal, Grigor Dimitrov, and Andy Murray try to take home their first trophy of 2022.

The Melbourne summer Set winner will receive $87,370 in prize money, with the runner up bagging just over half that amount with $48,365.

On the women's side, the total prize money for both Melbourne 1 and Melbourne 2 is identical. Each event has a total of $239,477 in prize money, with the champions receiving a $31,000 share of that figure.

You can see the total prize money breakdown for the Melbourne Summer Set 1 and Melbourne Summer Set 2 prize money below.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Melbourne Summer Set 2022

The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the ATP and WTA events in Melbourne this year.

The US dollar amounts have also been converted into GBP and Euros to compare European readers. The exchange rate shown is the mid-market exchange rate on the day of the final when the tournament is complete. 

Melbourne Summer Set 1 Prize Money

ATP Singles

2022 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $87,370 £64,608 €76,816
Runner-up $48,365 £35,765 €42,523
Semifinal $27,220 £20,128 €23,932
Quarterfinal $15,490 £11,454 €13,619
Round 2 $8,890 £6,574 €7,816
Round 1 $5,200 £3,845 €4,572
Q2 $2,540 £1,878 €2,233
Q1 $1,320 £976 €1,161

ATP Doubles

2022 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $23,370 £17,281 €20,547
Runner-up $13,210 £9,768 €11,614
Semifinal $7,630 £5,642 €6,708
Quarterfinal $4,320 £3,195 €3,798
Round 2 $2,540 £1,878 €2,233
Round 1 $1,520 £1,124 €1,336

WTA Singles

2022 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $31,000 £22,811 €27,286
Runner-up $18,037 £13,273 €15,876
Semifinal $10,100 £7,432 €8,890
Quarterfinal $5,800 £4,268 €5,105
Round 2 $3,675 £2,704 €3,235
Round 1 $2,675 £1,968 €2,355
Q2 $1,950 £1,435 €1,716
Q1 $1,270 £935 €1,118

WTA Doubles

2022 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $10,800 £7,947 €9,506
Runner-up $6,300 £4,636 €5,545
Semifinal $3,800 £2,796 €3,345
Quarterfinal $2,300 £1,692 €2,024
Round 1 $1,750 £1,288 €1,540

Melbourne Summer Set 2 Prize Money

WTA Singles

2022 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $31,000 £22,811 €27,286
Runner-up $18,037 £13,273 €15,876
Semifinal $10,100 £7,432 €8,890
Quarterfinal $5,800 £4,268 €5,105
Round 2 $3,675 £2,704 €3,235
Round 1 $2,675 £1,968 €2,355
Q2 $1,950 £1,435 €1,716
Q1 $1,270 £935 €1,118

WTA Doubles

2022 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $10,800 £7,947 €9,506
Runner-up $6,300 £4,636 €5,545
Semifinal $3,800 £2,796 €3,345
Quarterfinal $2,300 £1,692 €2,024
Round 1 $1,750 £1,288 €1,540

Melbourne Summer Set Total Prize Money 2022

ATP

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2022 $521,000  

WTA

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2022 $239,477  
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