The Monte-Carlo Masters is one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world. It is held annually in Monte Carlo, Monaco, and is part of the ATP World Tour Masters’ 1000 series. The tournament has a rich history dating back to 1897 and has been won by some of the greatest players of all time.
The prize money for the Monte-Carlo Masters 2023 is significant, given its status as one of the most important tournaments in the world of tennis. For the second year in a row,Rafael Nadal, the tournament’s most successful winner, will not be taking part. Nadal’s injury from the Australian Open has not yet completely healed.
Rafael Nadal has won the competition 11 times, making him one of the tournament’s all-time greatest winners. Novak Djokovic is one of the other former winners. The two-time defending winner of the Monte-Carlo Masters is Stefanos Tsitsipas.
Being the top seed in the competition, Novak Djokovic will be the clear favorite to triumph. There are several players who can contend with Djokovic for the Monte-Carlo Masters championship this year. On that list, Stefanos Tsitsipas is ranked first. Andrey Rublev, Holger Rune, Jannik Sinner, and Alexander Zverev are further players who could contend for the title.
The Monte-Carlo Masters has total prize money of $6,310,000 and the winner will also get 1000 ranking points in addition to a check for $974,549. The amount received by Stefanos Tsitsipas, the defending champion, when he won the championship last year has increased by 6.73%. The prize money for the runner-up is €487,420, or about $532,188.
The prize money for the doubles division at the Monte Carlo Masters is significant as well. The winning pair will be awarded roughly $308,864, while the runner-ups will be awarded $166,121. Comparing this to last year’s offering, there is a 10.2% rise.
A full breakdown of the prize money is available in the table provided for singles.
Round of 16
Round of 32
Round of 64
Here is the round-wise breakup of the prize money offered for doubles.
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