ATP Prize Money and Points Breakdown 2023 China Open with $3,633,875 on offer

The 2023 China Open will run from September 28 to October 4, with the ATP returning back to Beijing, China for the prestigious event.

An ATP 500 event, the China Open will feature a 32-man singles field and a 16-team doubles event. The hardcourt tournament is one of the most beloved stops on the ATP Asian swing, with thousands of fans flooding to see their favourite superstars.

Alcaraz, Medvedev to compete for large prize pool

Reigning Wimbledon champion Carlos Alcaraz is scheduled to compete at the event, alongside former World No.1 Daniil Medvedev. There will also be several top-ranked players vying for the title, including Stefanos Tsitsipas and Holger Rune.

aWith so many talented players at the event, it comes as no surprise that a lucrative prize pool of $3,633,875 is available. The winner also gets 500 ATP ranking points, with the event returning to the ATP tour for the first time since 2019. Below is the full breakdown.


Winner 500 $679,550

Finals 300 $365,640

SF 180 $194,860

QF 90 $99,560

R16 45 $53,145

R32 0 $28,345

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