What is the prize money for the Indian Wells Open 2023?

A complete detailed information on the prize money in singles and doubles of the Indian Wells Open 2023


What is the prize money for the Indian Wells Open 2023?

Indian Wells Open 2023

Indian Wells Tennis Garden in California is set to host the 46th edition of the Indian Wells Masters, also known as the BNP Paribas Open or Indian Wells Open. This top-tier tournament will bring together the world’s finest players, including Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz, among others. Taylor Fritz will defend his title at the Masters 1000 event, which marks the start of the season. The tournament will run from March 8 to 19.

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The event will span nearly two weeks, featuring concurrent men’s and women’s competitions. The tournament was first held in 1976 and has since gained immense popularity on the West Coast of America and around the world. The men’s event is classified as an ATP Masters 1000, while the women’s event is classified as a WTA 1000.

Over the years, the BNP Paribas Open has consistently attracted top players, and this year all eyes will be on Daniil Medvedev, who has won three tournaments in the last three weeks. Unfortunately, the three-time champion Rafael Nadal has confirmed that he will not be participating. Meanwhile, amidst all the news surrounding his entry into the country, Novak Djokovic is still in the mix.

Carlos Alcaraz, a former World No.1 who recently won the Argentina Open on his comeback, is working hard to recover from an injury in time for the event. Another interesting prospect is Taylor Fritz, the defending champion who won the Delray Beach Open trophy this season and is eager to defend his title.

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In the women’s category at the upcoming Indian Wells tournament, players will aim to defeat the reigning 2022 champion Iga Swiatek, who recently won in Doha. While Aryna Sabalenka, the Australian Open titlist, had her winning streak halted in Dubai, it is unclear whether she can make a quick recovery. Barbora Krejcikova, who recently won in Dubai, will attempt to continue her impressive form and create more upsets at Indian Wells.

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Indian Wells Open 2023 Prize Money

The 2023 Indian Wells tournament will have a total prize money pool of $17,600,000, up 5.27% compared to last year. The tournament offers equal prize money for everyone across singles and doubles competitions. The winner will receive $1,262,220, which is a 2.56% increase from last year’s event. Runners-up will receive $662,360, which is a 2.54% increase from last year.

Prize money at Indian Wells has increased by 87.43% since 2012, with a focus on growing the remuneration for qualifiers and first-round losers. First-round losers will receive $18,660, a 2.53% increase from 2022, and first-round qualifying losers will receive $5,150, up 2.61%.

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A full breakdown of the prize money is available in the table provided for singles.

2023Prize Money
Champion$1,262,220
Runner-up$662,360
Semi-Finals$352,635
Quarter-Finals$184,465
Round 4$96,955
Round 3$55,770
Round 2$30,885
Round 1$18,660
Q2$9,440
Q1$5,150

Here is the round-wise breakup of the prize money offered for doubles.

2023Prize Money
Champion$436,730
Runner-up$231,660
Semi-Finals$123,550
Quarter-Finals$62,630
Round 2$33,460
Round 1$18,020

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