The total prize money for the 2023 ATP Finals totals an eye-popping $15,000,000. However, it is not that easy to…
The total prize money for the 2023 ATP Finals totals an eye-popping $15,000,000.
However, it is not that easy to break down who will receive what. There are certain stipulations and levels to the prize money, and there is a separate fund for doubles as well.
The Singles Competition
For simply participating in the tournament, the players will receive $325,500. The alternates, Hubert Hurkacz and Taylor Fritz, who may not even play, will receive $152,500.
As is discussed in another article, the ATP Tour Finals is broken into two groups of four players. Each match win at in the group stages earns a player a further $390,000.
A win in the semi-final would net a player $1,105,000, whereas the overall final victory would see a cheque of $2,201,000 go the winner’s way.
This means that a singles player who went through the whole tournament undefeated would earn a cool $4,801,500 for their week’s work.
The Doubles Competition
The same format applies to the doubles competition, except the prize is delivered to the team not an individual player.
Undefeated Champion: $943,650
Final Win: $351,000
Semi-Final Win: $175,650
Each Round-Robin Match Win: $95,000
Participation Fee: $132,000