2023 Rome Open ATP Prize Money with €7,705,780 on offer

The Rome Open also known as Internazionali BNL d'Italia Rome for sponsorship reasons will run from May 9th till the 20th and feature some of the best players on Tour competing with a €7,705,780 prize money.

The event is an ATP 1000 event also known as Rome Masters with Novak Djokovic as the defending champion.

The Serbian smashed Tsitsipas in the final rather easily and should he return there he'll start at some very decent prize money. The winner gets €1,105,265 with the losing player in the final leaving with a consolation prize of €580,000.

Semi-finalists will get €308,790 while quarter-finalist get €161,525. The super-strong field will battle for every point and prize money so check out the full breakdown below.

2023 Italian Open Rome Masters Prize Money Breakdown:

Winner - €1,105,265

Finalist - €580,000

Semi-finalist - €308,790

Quater-finalist - €161,525

Round of 16 - €84,900

Round of 32 - €48,835

Round of 64 - €27,045

Round of 96 - €16,340

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