Atlanta Open Prize Money 2023: All you need to know

The Atlanta Open, the first summer hard-court competition hosted at the Atlantic Station, is a part of the seven-week summer season that precedes the U.S. Open. Since the tournament’s inception, Americans have had great success, with Georgia native John Isner holding the record with nine finals appearances and six championships. The 2023 Atlanta Open got underway on July 24, with Taylor Fritz winning the title. He emerged victorious the previous year by beating Aleksandar Vukic in the final, 7–5, 6–7, 6–4. In this article, we will discuss the Atlanta Open 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown.

What is the Atlanta Open?

The Atlanta Open is a hardcourt ATP 250 tournament that is a part of the US Open Series. Mardy Fish won the inaugural competition in 2010, defeating John Isner 4-6, 6-4, 7-6(4) in the championship match. The other former winners are Fish, Nick Kyrgios, Andy Roddick, and Alex de Minaur. Isner has won the competition a record six times.

Atlanta Open 2023 Prize Overview

This also means that Winner has earned several substantial paychecks at the tournament, and the total prize money at the 2023 Atlanta Open amounts to $737,170, showing a 4.04% increase from the previous year.

The 2023 champion will take home a substantial check of $112,125, marking a 4.0% increase compared to the amount Alex de Minaur claimed in the previous year. Similarly, the runner-up will see a modest pay raise of 4.0%, with prize money increasing to $65,405. In addition, each round will be more rewarding, with first-round losers receiving $7,905, marking a 4.0% increase from the previous year.

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Atlanta Open 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

You can see a detailed breakdown of the prize money for this year’s ATP 250 tournament in Atlanta, Georgia, in the tables below.

Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$112,1254.0%
Runner Up$65,4054.0%
Semifinal$38,4504.0%
Quarterfinal$22,2804.0%
Round 2$12,9404.1%
Round 1$7,9054.0%
Q2$3,9554.1%
Q1$2,1554.1%

Doubles

2023Prize Money% Change vs 2022
Winner$38,9604.1%
Runner-up$20,8504.0%
Semifinal$12,2304.2%
Quarterfinal$6,8304.1%
Round 1$4,0203.9%

Atlanta Open Total Money History

YearAtlanta Open Total Prize Money% Change
2023$737,1704.04%
2022$708,53027.43%
2021$555,995-20.0%
2020Not played 
2019$694,9954.0%
2018$668,4604.0%
2017$642,7504.0%
2016$618,0305.5%
2015$585,8703.0%
2014$568,8054.0%
2013$546,93014.4%
2012$477,900-10.0%
2011$531,0000.0%
2010$531,000 

The Bottom Line!

Atlanta Open stands as the premier hardcourt ATP 250 tournament, signifying the commencement of the seven-week summer season leading to the U.S. Open. The event has been an American triumph, notably with John Isner’s remarkable record of nine finals and six championships. Furthermore, The article has comprehensively explored the Atlanta Open 2023 Prize Money and its distribution, with a noticeable 4.04% increase in total prize money compared to the previous year, reflecting an upward trend in the competition’s financial rewards.

Stan Netterfield

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