Doubles Prize Money

Some articles on prize money, doubles, doubles prize:

Venus Williams - Fight For Equal Prize Money
... because men play a best of five sets game they work harder for their prize money ... The argument goes that the top women – who are more likely also to play doubles matches than their male peers – earn more than the top men if you count singles, doubles and mixed doubles prize ... we support the tournament, the more unequally we should be treated! But doubles and mixed doubles are separate events from the singles competition ...

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