ASB Classic, Auckland Prize Money 2023: All you need to know

The 2023 ASB Tennis Classic in Auckland started on January 2nd and ran through January 8th, with Coco Gauff winning the title in a strong start to 2023. The ASB Classic in Auckland was the only ATP event held in New Zealand and had taken place in Auckland since 1956. After a three-year hiatus due to New Zealand’s draconian entry rules, it returned for 2023, played the week before the Australian Open. Several top players used the event to prepare for the year’s first Grand Slam tournament in Melbourne. However, In this article, we delve into ASB Classic 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown.

ASB Classic 2023 Prize Overview

The total prize money pool for the ATP side reached a historic milestone in 2023 of $642,735, a notable rise of 20.7% over the figures from 2020. Along with a significant pay bump, the winning men’s champion left the ASB Tennis Arena with an incredible boost in confidence ahead of the Australian Open.

With a prize of $97,760 – a notable 6.7% rise from the 2020 winnings. On the other hand, for the WTA tournament in Auckland, the total prize money amounted to $259,303, representing a modest decrease of -5.71% compared to the figures from three years ago. The champion’s reward was $34,228, showing a decline of -20.4% in comparison to the 2020 prize.

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Prize Money Breakdown for the ASB Classic, Auckland 2023

The table below gives you a full breakdown of ATP and WTA prize money in Auckland this year.

ATP Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2020
Winner$97,7606.7%
Runner-up$57,02512.5%
Semifinal$33,52517.5%
Quarterfinal$19,42519.5%
Round 2$11,28021.0%
Round 1$6,89526.5%
Q2$3,44529.3%
Q1$1,88035.7%

ATP Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2020
Winner$33,9609.9%
Runner-up$18,17014.7%
Semifinal$10,66024.2%
Quarterfinal$5,95021.2%
Round 1$3,51021.9%

WTA Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2020
Winner$34,228-20.4%
Runner-up$20,226-5.5%
Semifinal$11,275-1.1%
Quarterfinal$6,4185.2%
Round 2$3,9229.9%
Round 1$2,80421.9%
Q2$2,07592.1%
Q1$1,34042.6%

WTA Doubles

2023Prize Money% Change vs 2020
Winner$12,447-8.34%
Runner-up$7,000-2.78%
Semifinal$4,0200.50%
Quarterfinal$2,4004.35%
Round 1$1,84821.58%

ATP Auckland Total Prize Money History

YearTotal Prize Money% Change
2023$642,73520.7%
2022Not played 
2021Not played 
2020$532,6950.9%
2019$527,8805.3%
2018$501,34511.4%
2017$450,110-2.9%
2016$463,520-0.2%
2015$464,4902.0%
2014$455,1905.0%
2013$433,4008.8%
2012$398,2500.0%
2011$398,25012.0%
2010$355,500-17.1%

The Bottom Line!

The 2023 ASB Tennis Classic in Auckland, making a triumphant return after a three-year hiatus, set the stage for an exhilarating start to the tennis season. Coco Gauff emerged as the champion, winning a total prize money pool of $642,735, marking a historic 20.7% increase over the figures from 2020. The men’s champion secured $97,760, enjoying a substantial 6.7% rise in earnings. On the WTA front, the total prize money amounted to $259,303, with the champion receiving $34,228, reflecting a modest -5.71% decrease in comparison to the 2020 prize.

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