Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC, Acapulco Prize Money 2023

The 30th edition of the Mexican Open started on February 27, and we had an exciting week of tennis in Acapulco. The Arena GNP Seguros in Acapulco hosts the Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC, one of thirteen ATP World Tour 500 series events. It transitioned from clay courts to outdoor hard courts in 2014, just prior to the Masters 1000 events in Indian Wells and Miami. Since then, it has moved to outdoor hard courts, drawing the best players on a regular basis. In this article, we’ll delve into Acapulco 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown.

What is the Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC?

The Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC, commonly known as the Mexican Open, is one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in Latin America. This annual event is held in the picturesque coastal city of Acapulco, Mexico, and is a part of the ATP Tour and WTA Tour calendars. It has become a prominent fixture on the professional tennis circuit.

It attracts some of the world’s top male and female players to compete in both men’s and women’s singles and doubles events. In addition to hosting world-class tennis action, the Mexican Open earns renown for its vibrant atmosphere, its stunning oceanfront venue, and its rich history dating back to 1993, all of which make it a beloved and eagerly anticipated event for players and tennis enthusiasts alike.

ATP Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC 2023 Prize Overview

The $2,013,940 total prize fund for the 2023 ATP tournament in Acapulco is a 20% increase over the previous year’s tournament. The winner in Acapulco took home $376,620, a notable 19.8% increase from 2022, and the runner-up took home $202,650, a notable 19.6% increase from the previous year. Moreover, Prize money increased substantially, even in the early rounds.

For instance, a first-round qualifier who was eliminated was paid $4,515, a significant 19.9% increase. In the past, Acapulco also held a simultaneous WTA competition; however, as of 2021, it has just been an ATP event. The same week had the Monterrey WTA 250 tournament.

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Mexican Open 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

You can see a detailed breakdown of the prize money for this year’s ATP 500 event in Acapulco in the tables below.

Singles

2023Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ GBPPrize Money € EUR% Change vs 2022
Winner$376,620£313,411€355,45319.8%
Runner-up$202,640£168,631€191,25119.6%
Semifinal$108,000£89,874€101,93020.0%
Quarterfinal$55,170£45,911€52,06920.0%
Round 2$29,455£24,512€27,80020.0%
Round 1$15,710£13,073€14,82720.0%
Q2$8,050£6,699€7,59820.1%
Q1$4,515£3,757€4,26119.9%

Doubles

2023Prize Money $ USDPrize Money £ GBPPrize Money € EUR% Change vs 2022
Winner$123,710£102,948€116,75720.0%
Runner-up$65,980£54,906€62,27220.0%
Semifinal$33,380£27,778€31,50420.0%
Quarterfinal$16,690£13,889€15,75219.9%
Round 1$8,640£7,190€8,15422.9%

ATP Acapulco Total Money History

YearAcapulco Total Prize Money% Change
2023$2,013,94020.0%
2022$1,678,06559.3%
2021$1,053,560-42.9%
2020$1,845,2653.7%
2019$1,780,0608.4%
2018$1,642,79510.2%
2017$1,491,3105.5%
2016$1,413,600-0.1%
2015$1,414,5508.0%
2014$1,309,7708.0%
2013$1,212,7505.0%
2012$1,155,0005.0%
2011$1,100,00015.2%
2010$955,000-13.2%

The Bottom Line!

The Abierto Mexicano Telcel, or Mexican Open, held in Acapulco, is a prestigious tennis event. Since 1993, it’s been a top attraction for players and fans, featuring a stunning oceanfront venue. Meanwhile, the ATP event saw a 20% Acapulco 2023 prize money boost, with the champion earning $376,620, making it more appealing. Furthermore, The tournament’s enduring popularity keeps players and tennis enthusiasts eagerly awaiting its return.

Dominic Spinley

Dominic Spinley

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