Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 2023 Prize Money: All you need to know

The Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, part of the prestigious ATP Masters 1000 series, unfolds on the pristine clay courts of the Monte Carlo Country Club, nestled in the lap of luxury. Monte-Carlo itself is a city synonymous with extravagance, boasting world-class casinos. This glamorous enclave is home to a remarkable statistic, with approximately 1 in 56 residents boasting a net worth of at least $30 million, epitomizing the city’s high society and allure for the wealthy elite. We’ll discuss the actual Monte-Carlo Masters 2023 Prize Money in this article.

Dramatic Monte-Carlo Masters Final

The 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters men’s singles tournament was won by fifth seed Andrey Rublev, who defeated sixth seed Holger Rune in the championship match. On Sunday, April 16, Rune made a good start to the game and won the opening set 7-5. Rublev, however, stormed back and won the second set 6-2 to send the title match to a third set.

In the final set, Rune picked up his game again and sailed to a 4-1 lead before getting cramps. The Dane didn’t seem physically at his best, and Rublev took advantage of the circumstances by winning the third set 7-5 to earn his first Masters 1000 championship. This was also his 13th singles triumph of his career.

Monte-Carlo Masters 2023 Prize Overview

The overall prize pool for 2023 is €5,779,335, a small increase of 6.72% from the previous year. You will receive €892,590 in prize money if you are the 2023 Monte Carlo Masters champion. When compared to last year, when Stefanos Tsitsipas, the reigning champion, won the title, this is an increase of 6.73%. Runners-up will receive €487,420, an increase of 6.72% from the prize pool for 2022. The prize money for first-round losers is up 6.70% from last year to €23,100, and the same gains are applied to all main draw rounds.

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Monte-Carlo Masters 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

You can see a complete breakdown of the prize money awarded at the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters this year in the tables below. The prize money that qualifies is also included.

Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$974,5716.73%
Runner-up$532,1886.72%
Semifinal$291,0106.72%
Quarterfinal$158,7336.72%
Round 3$84,9026.72%
Round 2$45,5306.73%
Round 1$25,2226.70%
Q2$12,9176.67%
Q1$6,7696.71%

Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$308,86410.2%
Runner-up$166,1219.1%
Semifinal$88,5966.0%
Quarterfinal$44,921-2.6%
Round 2$24,000-5.4%
Round 1$12,917-6.6%

Monte Carlo Masters Total Prize Money History

YearTotal Prize Money (ATP)% Change
2023€5,779,3356.72%
2022€5,415,410159.99%
2021€2,082,960-60.00%
2020Not playedN/A
2019€5,207,4056.9%
2018€4,872,10514.0%
2017€4,273,77514.0%
2016€3,748,92514.0%
2015€3,288,53014.0%
2014€2,884,6759.0%
2013€2,646,4959.0%
2012€2,427,9759.0%
2011€2,227,5000.0%
2010€2,227,5000.0%
2009€2,227,5008.3%
2008€2,057,000-6.5%
2007€2,200,0000.0%
2006€2,200,0000.0%
2005€2,200,000 

The Bottom Line!

The Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, nestled in the lap of luxury at the Monte Carlo Country Club, is a prestigious ATP Masters 1000 event, offering a backdrop of extravagance in the city synonymous with high society. This year’s prize money increased by 6.72%, making it even more alluring. Andrey Rublev secured his victory in a dramatic men’s singles final, adding to the tournament’s rich history. As the Monaco Principality continues to epitomize opulence, the Monte-Carlo Masters remains a compelling fixture in the world of tennis, drawing both elite athletes and enthusiasts to its clay courts year after year.

Stan Netterfield

Stan Netterfield

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