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2021 ATP Cup Prize Money with $7,500,000

The second edition of the ATP Cup takes place between February 2nd - 6th with some of the best ATP stars in the field.

12 teams will be competing for the glory in 2021, as Spain will try to stop 2020 champions Serbia on their journey towards the trophy this year. The base prize money for the 2021 ATP Cup is $7,500,000. The undefeated singles player will have a chance to earn a maximum number of 500 ATP points, depending on the rivals' ranking.

Serbia claimed the title at the inaugural ATP Cup in 2020, beating Spain 2-1 following the deciding doubles rubber. Novak Djokovic was the player of the tournament, scoring all singles victories and reducing the gap to Rafael Nadal in the battle for the world no. 1 spot before the first Major of the season.

ATP Cup 2021 Prize Money & Points Distribution: 
Opponent ranking1-1011-2021-3031-5051-100101-250251+
Final220180140100754530
Semi-final win15013010070453020
Group win75655035252015
Type of winTeam's 1st playerTeam's 2nd playerTeam
Final win$191,700$135,000$30,000
Semi-final win$103,800$70,800$18,000
Group stage win$30,000$21,000$6,000

Player Number 1 Prize Money:

Entry OrderParticipation Fee
1-3$114,000
4-6$102,000
7-12$90,000

Player Number 2 Prize Money:

RankingParticipation Fee
1-10$90,000
11-20$60,000
21-30$33,000
31-50$24,000
51-100$18,000
101-200$12,000
201+$9,000

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