PARIS (AP) French Open prize money will increase by 14 percent this year, with the men’s and women’s champions taking home an extra €200,000 ($225,000) each. Roland Garros organizers say that the total prize money of about $32 million ($36 million) is an increase of €4 million ($4.5 million) from last year. The biggest increase of 20 percent is for players who lose in the second, third and fourth rounds. This year’s tournament in Paris is scheduled for May 22-June 5. The defending champions are Stan Wawrinka and Serena Williams.
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