Mallorca Championships Prize Money 2023: All you need to know

The third edition of the Mallorca Open was held from June 25 to July 1, 2023. In the final, Christopher Eubanks defeated Adrian Mannarino with a score of 6–1, 6–4, securing the men’s singles tennis title at the 2023 Mallorca Championships. Introduced in 2021, the Mallorca Championships became the latest addition to the ATP grass-court swing. This ATP 250 tournament, held at Santa Ponca, replaced the Antalya event from 2017 to 2019, marking a collaboration between the AELTC and e-motion sports. However, we’ll discuss the Mallorca Championships 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown in this article.

What is the Mallorca Open?

On the men’s circuit, the tournament is a relatively recent addition. The pandemic caused it to be postponed until 2020 when it was originally scheduled to make its ATP tour debut. The first edition was subsequently held in 2021, and Daniil Medvedev won after defeating Sam Querrey in the championship match. Toni Nadal, a former coach and uncle of Rafael Nadal, is in charge of the tournament.

Mallorca Championships 2023 Prize Overview

The total prize pool for the Mallorca Championships in 2023 was €915,630, which was 3.29% more than the previous year. Apart from giving players a significant confidence boost ahead of Wimbledon, the tournament also awarded a winner’s cheque of €139,270 to the winner who emerged victorious in Mallorca.

This represents a slight increase of 3.3% over the earnings of 2022 champion Stefanos Tsitsipas. In a similar vein, the runner-up took home €81,240, a 3.3% rise in prize money. The earlier rounds saw similar percentage increases, with first-round losers taking home €9,820—a 3.3% increase over the previous year.

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Mallorca Championships 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

You can see a detailed breakdown of the prize money for this year’s ATP 250 event in Mallorca in the tables below. It also shows the percentage change in prize money from the previous year.

Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€139,2703.3%
Runner Up€81,2403.3%
Semifinal€47,7603.3%
Quarterfinal€27,6803.3%
Round 2€16,0703.3%
Round 1€9,8203.3%
Q2€4,9103.3%
Q1€2,6753.1%

Doubles

2023Prize Money% Change vs 2022
Winner€48,3803.2%
Runner-up€25,8903.3%
Semifinal€15,1803.3%
Quarterfinal€8,4803.3%
Round 1€5,0003.3%

Mallorca Championships Total Money History Since 2017

YearMallorca Championships Total Prize Money% Change
2023€915,6303.29%
2022€886,50023.13%
2021€720,00061.55%
2020Not played 
2019€445,6904.6%
2018€426,145-2.9%
2017€439,005 

The Bottom Line!

Christopher Eubanks clinched victory in the Mallorca Open 2023, defeating Adrian Mannarino 6–1, 6–4. This ATP 250 event at Santa Ponca saw a 3.29% increase in the total prize pool, reaching €915,630. Not only did the tournament provide intense competition, but it also awarded the winner, Eubanks, with a cheque of €139,270—a 3.3% rise from 2022. The runner-up, receiving €81,240, also experienced a 3.3% increase in prize money. With a detailed breakdown showcasing percentage changes, the Mallorca Championships stands as a significant player in the tennis circuit, offering both players and fans an annual spectacle.

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