2023 Monte-Carlo Masters ATP Prize Money and Points Breakdown with €5,779,335 on offer

Sunday, 16 April 2023 at 14:41
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The 2023 Monte Carlo Masters will feature an excellent field between April 9 - April 16, 2023 with only a handful of players missing the event that will offer €5,779,335 in prize money.
The event is an ATP 1000 event so the strong field and high prize money is nothing surprising. It's an event with a longstanding tradition won by many legendary players in the past. Stefanos Tsitsipas won the last two editions of the event but this time, Holger Rune and Andrey Rublev contest the final.
The losing player in the final will get €487,420 with the lower rounds yielding less money and fewer points. The semi-finalists at this event will get €266,530 with the quarter-finalists getting €145,380.
Check out the Prize Money Breakdown below.
Winner - €892,590
Finalist - €487,420
Semi-finalist - €266,530
Quater-finalist - €145,380
Round of 16 - €77,760
Round of 23 - €41,700

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