2023 Mutua Madrid Open Prize Money and Points Breakdown with €7,705,780 on offer

The 2023 Mutua Madrid Open is one of the most beloved clay-court tournaments of the season, with several top stars competing in an attempt to build their confidence ahead of Roland Garros.

An ATP and WTA 1000 event, it is hosted in Madrid, Spain and will run from April 24-May 7, 2023. The tournament was one of several tournaments to undergo a change for the 2023 season, as it now features a bigger draw with 96 players and a longer duration.

Defending champions Carlos Alcaraz on the men's side and Ons Jabeur on the women's section will be hoping to retain their titles. Joining the star-studded field will be Novak Djokovic, Iga Swiatek and Aryna Sabalenka.

With so many top talent present, an enticing €7,705,780 prize money will be available. Additionally, the winner will go home with 1,000 ranking points, which could bolster a push for the year-end World No.1 ranking. Below is the breakdown.


Stage Points Prize Money

Winner 1000 €1,105,265

Finals 600 €580,000

SF 360 €308,790

QF 180 €161,525

R16 90 €84,900

R32 45 €48,835

R64 25 €27,045

R96 10 €16,340

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