Here’s All You Need to Know About the Prize Money at the Rolex Paris Masters 2023

Published 10/26/2023, 5:30 AM EDT

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The 2023 Paris Masters is the final Masters 1000 event on the tennis calendar, and it is set to cap off another fantastic season. Except for the ATP Finals, which will see the top eight players in the ATP rankings compete for the title, this tournament will serve as the season’s concluding point for the rest of the tour. As such, it needs to have prize money worthy of a tournament of such a level. 

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How much is the total prize money for the Rolex 2023 Paris Masters?

The Rolex Paris Masters is the final tournament in the ATP Tour. The tournament gives competitors one more chance to qualify for the year-end championships, which will take place in Turin, Italy. Players can also claim a sizable prize pool just in time for the holiday season. The total prize money on offer at the Paris Masters in 2023 is $6,124,361, an increase of 6.72% over the previous year’s $5,738,709.

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The prize pool will be divided between the singles and doubles divisions. The losers of each round will go home with a set amount, while the winners of the tournament will go with a bigger sum than the rest.

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Winner’s payout for the Rolex Paris Masters 2023

The Paris Masters prize money for the winner in 2023 is a whopping $945,877, which is 6.72% more than the $886,285 received by Holger Rune in 2022. Rune comes back this year as the champion and will eye the trophy to gain some of his lost momentum in the last few months. The runner-up will receive $516,519, with the second runner-up taking home $282,441.

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The Bercy 2023 prize money for the winning doubles team is $290,198. Their payout has decreased by 3.2% from the $299,852 prize money received by the 2022 doubles winning team, Wesley Koolhof and Neal Skupski. The runner-up team this year will split $156,666 between each other, and the second runner-up team will take home $82,804.

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Who is playing at the 2023 Paris Masters?

The roster for the Bercy 2023 is star-studded. The ATP number 1, Novak Djokovic, will be returning after an absence on the ATP Tour since the US Open. He will be joined by Carlos Alcaraz, who will only eye the biggest prize to regain the world No.1 ranking. While most of the eyes will be on them, Daniil Medvedev will look to capture another hard court tournament. 

Jannik Sinner gained some momentum in the China Open and will look to continue his good form in Bercy. Similarly, Gael Monfils will also look to entertain the crowd. Along with them, we will also see Stefanos TsitsipasAndrey Rublev, Casper Ruud, Alexander ZverevTaylor Fritz, and Hubert Hurkacz will also seek to win the Masters in Paris. 

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The final tournament is bound to excite fans and followers of the sport from around the world. Now, we only have to let it arrive in the next week.

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Ripunjay Gaba is a Senior Tennis Writer at EssentiallySports with an unwavering passion for the sport and a deep admiration for Roger Federer. He specializes in providing in-depth coverage of everything related to the 'Swiss Maestro' and has authored more than 900 articles to date. Prior to joining EssentiallySports, Ripunjay worked as a freelance writer for a well-respected sports publication, where he honed his writing skills by covering the lives of various renowned sports stars.
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