If you have ever added together the figures quoted for each round and added them all together, e.g. 16 losing players in Round 1 will receive $1000, plus 8 players in Round 2 will receive $2000 and so on. You will have noticed that the total amount paid out to players doesn't match the total amount quoted.
Current Prize Money. Player Rankings Date:Aug 30, 2021 Rank Money. ATP Prize Money Leaders (US$) YTD Singles Doubles Career. 1Djokovic, Novak$6,214,456$6,195,865 $18,591 $151,870,635. 2Medvedev, Daniil$3,163,121$3,148,134 $14,987 $17,293,705. 3Tsitsipas, Stefanos$3,035,880$2,978,285 $57,595 $15,567,937.
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The total prize money pool for the 2020 ATP Tour Finals stands at $5,700,000 which is a 36.67% drop compared to 2019. For the singles, the participation fee is $153,000 which is a 28.84% decrease from last year and a round-robin match win will land players an additional $153,000.
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ATP Career Earnings. Listing the earnings for ATP tennis players. ATP earnings collected from Pro Tennis Live - Career Money. Last Updated: 09/13/2021. Player. Singles Major Championships. Earnings.
Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2018; Winner: €90,390: $99,598: £79,871: 1.1%: Runner Up: €48,870: $53,849: £43,183: 3.7%: Semi Final: €26,990: $29,740: £23,849: 5.8%: Quarter Final: €15,335: $16,897: £13,550: 5.5%: Round 2: €8,815: $9,713: £7,789: 2.9%: Round 1: €5,285: $5,823: £4,670: 4.1%: Q2: €2,555: $2,815: £2,258: 11.8%: Q1: €1,280: $1,410: £1,131: 11.8%
Often regarded by tennis fans as the fifth Grand Slam, the BNP Paribas Open certainly has the prize money to match with the total prize money pool for 2021 at a record $17,085,360, which is a 2.14% rise compared to 2019. The BNP Paribas Open offers the same prize money for men and women across singles and doubles competitions and has done since 2012, which means each tour plays for a share of $8,542,680.