What is the prize money for the 2024 United Cup?

The competition is set to offer a minimum of US$10 million in total prize money, with the total prize money split into three major divisions: the participation fee, per team win, and the winning prize money.


What is the prize money for the 2024 United Cup?

A glimpse of the United Cup trophy. (credits: Sporting News)

With the start of the new year, the United Cup is all set to take place yet again. This tournament marks the beginning of the tennis calendar year as both the women and men tennis players join hand in hand to participate.

Players from 18 different countries try their luck in the hard court competition, and the event is held across three Australian cities ahead of the much-awaited Australian Open

The competition is also the very first mixed-gender team event that guarantees players points to their respective ATP and WTA rankings, with the maximum number of points a player can win being 500. 

This time, the 2024 United Cup will take place from December 29, 2023, to January 7, 2024. The tournament director, Stephen Farrow, confirmed the venues for the events as the RAC Arena in Perth and the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre

The prize money set for the competition is as follows:

Match WinsNo. 1 Mixed Doubles 
Final$251,000 $47,255 
Semi-Finals $132,000 $24,750
Quarter-Finals$69,500 $13,000
Group Stage$38,325$7,200
Team Wins 
Final $23,155 
Semi-Finals $13,650 
Quarter-Finals$8,025 
Group Stage$5,000 

The competition is set to offer a minimum of US$10 million in total prize money with the total prize money split into three major divisions: the participation fee, per team wins, and the winning prize money.

The teams are drawn for the 2024 United Cup

The competition has seen 18 teams divided into six groups, with each group containing three nations. The group stage will be played in a round-robin format, with every nation playing against the other two nations in their respective groups. They will play one ATP singles match, one WTA singles match, and one mixed doubles match. 

The top team from their respective groups will qualify for the last eight rounds and the rest two spots will be filled by the best second-placed nations among the six groups. Top players such as Novak Djokovic, Casper Ruud, Iga Swiatek, Jessica Pegula, and Alexander Zverev are set to take part in the competition.

The Canadian team,lift the 2023 United Cup. (credits: United Cup)

The Groups are as follows:

PERTH
Group A
Poland
Spain
Brazil

Group C
United States
Great Britain
Australia

Group E
Czech Republic
China
Serbia

SYDNEY
Group B
Greece
Canada
Chile

Group D
France
Italy
Germany

Group F
Croatia
Netherlands
Norway

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