Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Prize Money 2023

The Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships are hosted at the Aviation Club, situated within the Jumeirah Creekside Hotel. This tournament is a prominent fixture in the ATP 500 series, while the women’s competition alternates between the WTA 1000 and WTA 500, sharing the stage with the Qatar Ladies Open. Barbora Krejcikova delivered a remarkable upset during the 2023 season, securing her inaugural WTA 1000 title at the Dubai Tennis Championships with a 6-4, 6-2 victory over Iga Swiatek. We’ll delve into Dubai Tennis Championships 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown in this article.

Dubai Tennis Championships 2023 Prize Overview

It’s worth noting that both men and women participate in separate weeks, and their respective events offer distinct prize money pools. The prize money overview is below:

ATP Prize Money

In 2022, the ATP event boasted a total prize purse of $2,855,495, marking a 2.17% increment from the previous year. The Dubai champion 2023, in addition to earning 500 ranking points, secured a winner’s purse of $533,990, reflecting a modest 1.96% increase compared to the 2022 edition.

Meanwhile, the runner-up pocketed $287,320, a notable rise of 1.78%. These enhancements in prize money extended throughout both the main and qualifying draws, with first-round exits still garnering a respectable paycheck of $22,270, signaling a 2.1% increase.

WTA Prize Money

On the WTA front 2023, the total prize fund surged to $2,788,468 in 2022, marking an astounding increase of 262.76% compared to the 2022 edition. This substantial boost can be attributed to the tournament’s upgraded status from WTA 500 to WTA 1000, which naturally led to a significant augmentation in both the overall prize money and the amounts allocated to main draw participants.

In comparison to 2021, the last time the event held WTA 1000 status, the total purse saw a remarkable uptick of 51.91%. The champion in Dubai pocketed a staggering $454,500, representing a substantial 336.3% surge from the previous year and an impressive 105.19% increase compared to 2021 when the Dubai tournament last held WTA 1000 status. Meanwhile, the runner-up was awarded $267,690.

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Prize Money Breakdown for the Dubai Tennis Championships 2023

You can find a detailed breakdown of the prize money for this year’s ATP 500 and WTA 500 events in Dubai in the tables below.

ATP Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$533,9901.96%
Runner Up$287,3201.78%
Semifinal$153,1252.17%
Quarterfinal$78,3252.29%
Round 2$41,7652.18%
Round 1$22,2702.16%
Q2$11,4152.19%
Q1$6,4052.15%

ATP Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$175,4002.2%
Runner-up$93,5502.2%
Semifinal$47,3402.2%
Quarterfinal$23,6602.2%
Round 1$12,2504.5%

WTA Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$454,500336.3%
Runner-up$267,690313.1%
Semifinal$138,000268.0%
Quarterfinal$63,350262.0%
Round 2$31,650251.7%
Round 1$12,848107.2%
Q2$7,650155.0%
Q1$4,000100.0%

WTA Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$133,840269.7%
Runner-up$75,288242.2%
Semifinal$40,432223.5%
Quarterfinal$20,914221.8%
Round 2$11,850203.8%
Round 1$7,900

ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Total Prize Money History

YearDubai Total ATP Prize Money% Change
2023$2,855,4952.17%
2022$2,794,84047.27%
2021$1,897,80532.1%
2020$2,794,8402.1%
2019$2,736,8454.3%
2018$2,623,4858.0%
2017$2,429,1508.0%
2016$2,249,2158.0%
2015$2,082,6058.0%
2014$1,928,3408.0%
2013$1,785,5005.0%
2012$1,700,4755.0%
2011$1,619,5000.0%
2010$1,619,5000.0%

The Bottom Line!

The Aviation Club hosted the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships in 2023, which featured exciting ATP and WTA competitions. The prize money for the ATP event increased by 2.17%, with $533,990 going to the winner. The prize money for the WTA competition, which is now a WTA 1000 event, increased by an astounding 262.76%, with $454,500 going to the winner. The professional tennis world regards this event as increasingly important.

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