Chile Dove Men+Care Open Prize Money 2023

The 25th edition of the ATP Tour’s Chile Open commenced on Monday, February 27. Although no Top-10 players participated, Nicolás Jarry emerged victorious, defeating Tomás Martín Etcheverry in the final with a score of 6–7(5–7), 7–6(7–5), 6–2 to clinch the singles tennis title at the 2023 Chile Open. Originating in 2020, the Chile Open unfolds at the Center Court of Club Deportivo Universidad Catolica in San Carlos de Apoquindo, Santiago. Moreover, We’ll discuss the Chile Open 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown in this article.

What is the Chile Dove Men+Care Open?

The Chile Dove Men+Care Open is a prominent men’s tennis tournament conducted on outdoor red clay courts in Santiago, Chile. Originally established as the Chile International Championships in 1930, the tournament alternated between Viña del Mar and Colina in 2010. As part of the ATP Tour 250, it contributes to the Golden Swing, a series of four tournaments.

Held at the Club Deportivo Universidad Católica, with a seating capacity of 5,000, the event has taken place annually since 1993, excluding 2014 and 2020-2023. Sponsored by Dove Men+Care, the partnership, initiated in 2019, is set to continue until 2024. The tournament enjoys substantial popularity in Chile, drawing large crowds, with over 40,000 attendees in 2019.

Chile Open 2023 Prize Overview

The total prize money up for grabs at the Chile Open in 2023 was $642,735, a significant increase of 35.04% over the year before. The victorious player in Santiago took home a noteworthy $97,760 winner’s purse, which represents a noteworthy 91.5% increase over the 2022 edition. The runner-up, meanwhile, took home a sizeable prize of $57,025, which represents a notable 59.6% increase over the same period a year prior.

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Prize Money Breakdown for the Movistar Chile Open 2023

The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the ATP 250 event in Santiago this year.

Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$97,76091.5%
Runner Up$57,02559.6%
Semi Final$33,52541.7%
Quarter Final$19,42523.1%
Round 2$11,28010.5%
Round 1$6,89523.8%
Q2$3,44523.7%
Q1$1,88035.3%

Doubles

2023Prize Money $ USD% Change vs 2022
Winner$33,96087.6%
Runner-up$18,17039.8%
Semifinal$10,66027.8%
Quarterfinal$5,9506.8%
Round 1$3,5108.0%

Chile Open Total Money History

YearChile Open Total Prize Money% Change
2023$642,735-4.87%
2022$475,960-4.87%
2021$500,345-17.16%
2020$604,0109.8%
2019$550,1456.6%
2018$516,20513.3%
2017$455,5654.4%
2016$436,220-1.9%
2015$444,650-6.2%
2014$474,0054.0%
2013$455,775-4.1%
2012$475,3001.1%
2011$470,2006.3%
2010$442,500-12.4%

The Bottom Line!

The 25th edition of the ATP Tour’s Chile Open delivered thrilling tennis moments. Nicolás Jarry secured victory at the 2023 Chile Open, with a remarkable 91.5% increase in the winner’s purse, now at $97,760. Furthermore, The total prize money for 2023 reached $642,735, marking a significant 35.04% surge from the previous year. Additionally, This edition continued the rich history of the Chile Dove Men+Care Open, a popular event in Santiago, drawing over 40,000 spectators in 2019. Moreover, The increased prize money and intense competition solidify the Chile Open’s status as an exciting and rewarding tournament for players and fans alike.

Stan Netterfield

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