The tournament is one of the most significant events in the tennis calendar and is held annually in Miami, Florida. The 2023 edition of the tournament promises to be an exciting and entertaining event that tennis fans won't want to miss, and it will be played from March 22nd to April 4th.
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The Miami Open is a joint event, featuring both men's and women's singles and doubles competitions and so it offers also the same amount in terms of prize money for every round. Overall, $8,800,000 will be distributed to players on both tours, with the winner earning $1,262,220 and 1000 ranking points.
Several superstars are scheduled to compete, with defending champion Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev on the men's side. The WTA event will feature World No.1 Iga Swiatek, Aryna Sabalenka and American stars Jessica Pegula and Coco Gauff.
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Below is the full breakdown.
PRIZE MONEY BREAKDOWN AND DISTRIBUTION
Stage Points Prize Money
Winner 1000 $1,262,220
Finals 600 $662,360
SF 360 $352,635
QF 180 $184,465
R16 90 $96,955
R32 45 $55,770
R64 25 $30,885
R96 10 $18,660