With the ATP Finals 2023 finally over, check out the full prize money list breakdown and finals results for each category below
The ATP Finals is an annual championship which marks the end of the ATP Tour season and arguably the most significant tennis event in the men’s annual calendar.
ATP Finals tennis 2023 winner and runner up prize money list breakdown for singles and doubles
Novak Djokovic is 36 years old and just finished a dominating 2023 ATP season:
▪️ 27-1 record in Grand Slam matches
▪️ Record 7th ATP Finals win
▪️ $16M in prize money in 12 events
▪️ Today marks 400 weeks ranked as World #1 pic.twitter.com/LX5xPcAePP
— Kurt Badenhausen (@kbadenhausen) November 20, 2023
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The ATP Finals features the top eight singles and doubles teams based on their season rankings.
ATP Finals 2023
Serbian professional Novak Djokovic clinched the 2023 ATP Finals crown in the singles category following a straight-sets win over Jannik Sinner. This win marks his seventh championship win so far. While both players started out well in the match, Djokovic quickly moved ahead and established his dominance. After winning the first set, he beat Jannik once again in the second set before scoring three breaks of serve. Following which, he closed out the match with a score of 6-3, 6-3. Notably, Djokovic never dropped his serve throughout the contest and managed to win with an impressive record of 80% first-serve and 78% second-serve points.
ATP Finals 2023 category-wise prize money breakdown
The ATP Final featured a total prize pool of $15 million from which, the winner, Djokovic, received a total of $4,644,750. This amount includes the participation fee, round-robin fee, and semifinal as well as summit clash prizes. Meanwhile, the runner-up Jannik Sinner, also earned a substantial $2,600,500 for his efforts over the past week.
The two losing semifinalists Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz, meanwhile, won prize money equivalent to their round-robin wins. The players won $390,000 per match win, besides the $325,500 participation fee awarded for playing all the three matches. The other players who lost out in the round-robin stage only received their participation fee and money for the matches that they managed to win.
In the men’s doubles category, sixth-seeded American-British pair Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury won the 2023 ATP Finals title. The pair beat Horacio Zeballos and Marcel Granollers in the final clash. The pair dominated throughout the entire tournament without dropping any matches. Ram and Salisbury will each earn a total prize money of $785,650, including the final and semifinal-winning prizes of $351,000 and $175,650, respectively. The players also earned an additional $95,000 for each round-robin match win, besides the $132,000 participation fee. Behind them, the two runners-up, Zeballos and Granollers, each received $175,650 alongside their round-robin awards and participation fee.