Qatar ExxonMobil Open Prize Money 2023: All you need to know

The Qatar ExxonMobil Open, one of the two Middle East ATP Tour events that traditionally kick off the ATP season, took place from February 20 to February 25, 2023. This year, it took place in February before the Dubai Championships. WTA action took place in Doha the week before, alongside the men’s competition at the Qatar Ladies Open. Daniel Medvedev defeated Andy Murray in the final of the 2023 ATP Qatar Open to win the singles tennis championship. However, we delve into the Qatar Open 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown in this article.

What is the Qatar ExxonMobil Open?

An ATP 250 competition, the Qatar ExxonMobil Open is held in Doha, the nation’s capital. Since its inaugural run in 1993, the tournament has been held annually. More than any other player, Roger Federer has triumphed three times in the competition. Former World No. 1s Andy Murray, Boris Becker, and Stefan Edberg are among the other past winners.

Qatar Open 2023 Prize Overview

In the 2023 edition of the Qatar Open, the ATP side presented a substantial prize money pool of $1,377,025, marking a notable 28.57% surge from the 2022 offering. Roberto Bautista Agut, the defending champion from the previous year, aimed to retain his title.

His triumph would bring him a substantial reward of $209,445. This figure represented an impressive 82.32% increase compared to his earnings the previous year. The runner-up, too, stood to benefit significantly, receiving a 51.94% boost in prize money, totaling $122,175, compared to the remuneration offered twelve months ago.

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ATP Qatar Open 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money across the ATP 250 tournament in Doha this year.

Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$209,44582.32%
Runner-up$122,17551.94%
Semifinal$71,83034.88%
Quarterfinal$41,61517.19%
Round 2$24,1655.18%
Round 1$14,77017.88%
Q2$7,38517.88%
Q1$4,03028.75%

Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$72,78078.7%
Runner-up$38,94033.2%
Semifinal$22,82021.4%
Quarterfinal$12,7501.8%
Round 1$7,5202.9%

ATP Qatar Open Total Prize Money History

YearPrize Money% Change
2023$1,377,02528.57%
2022$1,071,0301.95%
2021$1,050,570-20.71%
2020$1,325,0000.9%
2019$1,313,2152.10%
2018$1,286,6754.00%
2017$1,237,1904.00%
2016$1,189,6055.30%
2015$1,129,8153.00%
2014$1,096,9104.00%
2013$1,054,7203.00%
2012$1,024,0000.00%
2011$1,024,0000.00%
2010$1,024,0000.00%

The Bottom Line!

The Qatar ExxonMobil Open 2023, a significant ATP season opener, unfolded in Doha from Feb 20 to Feb 25. Daniel Medvedev secured victory in the singles final against Andy Murray. Notably, the prize money for the ATP side surged to $1,377,025, a 28.57% increase from 2022. Defending champion Roberto Bautista Agut aimed to retain his title, earning $209,445—an 82.32% increase. The runner-up received a 51.94% boost, totaling $122,175. The Qatar ExxonMobil Open remains a prestigious event, attracting top talent and offering substantial rewards to participants.

Stan Netterfield

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