Adelaide International Prize Money 2023: All You Need to Know

The Adelaide International, a mixed ATP and WTA competition that takes place in the lead-up to the Australian Open, was first hosted in 2020. The Memorial Drive Tennis Centre, which features a canopy roof structure to ensure tennis regardless of weather and shield players from the scorching heat should it be necessary, is the venue for the 2023 tournament. Meanwhile, The city is holding two events this year, similar to the previous one. The first event is called the Adelaide International (Adelaide 1), and it takes place from January 1 to January 8. Adelaide 2 takes place right after this on January 9. The two men’s events are ATP 250 competitions, while the two women’s events are WTA 500. Let’s discuss Adelaide International 2023 Prize Money in this article.

Adelaide International 2023 Prize Overview

The total prize money offered for the men’s tour at the Adelaide 1 ATP 250 event was $642,735, marking a 54.21% increase compared to 2022. In addition to providing ideal preparation for the Australian Open, the winner received $94,560, which was 126.2% more than what Gael Monfils had received when he won the title the previous year.

On the women’s side, Adelaide 1 was a WTA 500 event, and the total prize money offered amounted to $826,837, reflecting a 17.52% increase compared to 2022. The winner took home $120,150, which was up 11.3% compared to twelve months earlier. As for Adelaide 2, which started the day after the final of Adelaide 1, the total prize money on the ATP side remained identical at $642,735.

However, the breakdown was slightly different, with the champion receiving $97,760. Furthermore, On the women’s side, the total prize money for Adelaide 2 was $780,637, representing a significant 225% increase from the previous year, thanks to the WTA 500 categorization.

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Adelaide International 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

The tables below give a full breakdown of prize money for Adelaide’s ATP and WTA events this year.

Adelaide 1 Prize Money (Jan 1st – 8th)

ATP Singles Adelaide 1

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$94,560126.2%
Runner-up$55,03584.1%
Semifinal$32,15046.2%
Quarterfinal$18,17531.7%
Round 2$10,65519.9%
Round 1$6,34021.9%
Q2$3,38533.3%
Q1$1,81537.5%

ATP Doubles Adelaide 1

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$33,58079.6%
Runner-up$17,55066.0%
Semifinal$9,26051.8%
Quarterfinal$5,14019.0%
Round 2$2,82011.0%
Round 1$1,5703.3%

WTA Singles Adelaide 1

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$120,15011.3%
Runner-up$74,16111.0%
Semifinal$43,32311.1%
Quarterfinal$20,4659.5%
Round 2$11,14511.5%
Round 1$7,50011.1%
Q2$5,59011.4%
Q1$2,86010.6%

WTA Doubles Adelaide 1

2022Prize Money% Change vs
Winner$40,10010.8%
Runner-up$24,30010.5%
Semifinal$13,90011.2%
Quarterfinal$7,20010.8%
Round 2$5,77548.1%
Round 1$4,350N/A

Adelaide 2 Prize Money (Jan 9th – 14th)

ATP Singles Adelaide 2

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$97,760126.4%
Runner-up$57,02584.6%
Semifinal$33,52547.6%
Quarterfinal$19,42536.3%
Round 2$11,28022.9%
Round 1$6,89528.4%
Q2$3,44531.2%
Q1$1,88037.7%

ATP Doubles Adelaide 2

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$33,58074.0%
Runner-up$17,55061.0%
Semifinal$9,26047.0%
Quarterfinal$5,14044.0%
Round 2$2,82034.3%
Round 1$1,57024.6%

WTA Singles Adelaide 2

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$120,150287.6%
Runner-up$74,161311.2%
Semifinal$43,323328.9%
Quarterfinal$20,465252.8%
Round 2$11,145203.3%
Round 1$7,500180.4%
Q2$5,590186.7%
Q1$2,860125.2%

WTA Doubles Adelaide 2

2023Prize Money % Change vs
Winner$40,100271.3%
Runner-up$24,300285.7%
Semifinal$13,900265.8%
Quarterfinal$7,200213.0%
Round 1$4,350148.6%

The Bottom Line!

the Adelaide International 2023 featured significant increases in prize money compared to the previous year. The men’s ATP 250 event at Adelaide 1 saw a 54.21% rise, with the winner receiving 126.2% more than the previous year. On the women’s side, Adelaide 1 had a 17.52% increase in prize money, and the winner took home 11.3% more than in the previous edition. Adelaide 2 maintained the same total prize money on the ATP side but had a different breakdown, with the champion receiving $97,760. For the women, Adelaide 2 saw a substantial 225% increase in prize money, thanks to its WTA 500 categorization.

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