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.
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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.
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2023 ATP Finals Prize Money & Points Singles:
|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|