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Australian Open prize pool jumps to $49 million with the biggest gains for early rounds

WorldNews Tuesday, 24 December 2019
Australian Open prize pool jumps to $49 million with the biggest gains for early roundsThe prize pool for the 2020 Australian Open has been boosted by 14 per cent to A$71 million (Dh180m), organisers said on Tuesday, with the biggest gains for players exiting in the early rounds. Players losing in the first round of qualifying at the year's first Grand Slam will take home A$20,000, up by a third from last year, while singles players who exit in the first...
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