ATP PRIZE MONEY and Points Breakdown 2024 Adelaide International with $661,585 on offer

Saturday, 06 January 2024 at 01:30
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The week leading up to the 2024 Australian Open still features the Adelaide International, an ATP 250 event scheduled to take place from Monday, January 8, to Saturday, January 13, at the Memorial Drive Tennis Centre, offering a prize money of $661,585.
The main draw will include several prominent players seeking to enter the Australian Open in good competitive form, with eight players who will be seeded at the Aussie Open. The top contenders include American Tommy Paul (world No. 13), Chilean Nicolas Jarry (No. 18), young Italian Lorenzo Musseti (No. 25), and Argentine Sebastian Baez (No. 26).

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The defending champion is Novak Djokovic, but he will not participate in the tournament this time as he is in Melbourne, making final preparations for the Australian Open while recovering from physical discomfort experienced during the United Cup. The 2023 finalist Sebastian Korda (No. 29) will be part of the tournament and is the third seed, despite a recent ranking descent, given that the entry list closed a couple of weeks ago.

Points Breakdown

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32QQ2Q1
Men’s Singles250165100502501370
Men’s Doubles150904520
Women’s Singles50032519510860125131
Women’s Doubles1

ATP Prize Money

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32
Men’s Singles$100,665$58,720$34,510$19,995$11,610$7,095
Men’s Doubles$34,600$18,000$9,500$5,300$1,900$1,620

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