PRIZE MONEY 2023 ATP Finals with record $15,000,000 on offer for end of season spectacle

Prize money has been confirmed ahead of the end of season spectacle that is the 2023 ATP Finals which will take place between November 12-19.

A record amount of prize money has been confirmed this year with $15m on offer for the seven day event which includes Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev so far. This is an increase of 1.7% from 12 months ago. The victor stands to win $4,801,500 which is the largest paycheck in ATP Finals history and that is for going the week undefeated.

Winning the final alone sees the player receive $2,201,000. Just playing in the tournament will give the player involved $325,000 and for every round robin win, it will be $390,000. Getting to the semi-final sees $1,495,000. Each round robin win also accounts for 200 points, winning the semi-final will see the player receive 400 and the final is set for 500 points. The victor is set for 1,500 points.

2023 ATP Finals Prize Money & Points Singles:

Points Prize Money
Undefeated champion 1500 points (overall) $4,801,500
Final win 500 points $2,201,000
Semi-final win 400 points $1,105,000
Round-robin win 200 points (per win) $390,000
Participation fee $325,500
Alternate $152,500
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