The prize money on offer in both the men's and women's game has jumped up significantly in recent years. This section of the website keeps track of the remuneration on offer at every ATP and WTA tournament in the calendar year.
Historical data is also provided to show percentage changes over time. We also convert currencies into Euros, US Dollars, and Pounds Stirling to compare readers in different parts of the world. The full list of tournaments can be found below and categorised by their respective tours.
Grand Slam Prize Money
Masters 1000 Prize Money
- BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells 2020 Prize Money
- Miami Open 2021 Prize Money
- Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters 2021 Prize Money
- Mutua Madrid Open 2021 Prize Money
- Internazionali BNL d'Italia, Rome Masters 2021 Prize Money
- Rogers Cup 2019 Prize Money
- Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati 2020 Prize Money
- Rolex Shanghai Masters 2019 Prize Money
- Rolex Paris Masters 2020 Prize Money
ATP 500 Prize Money
- ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, Rotterdam Prize Money 2021
- Rio Open Prize Money 2020
- Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Prize Money 2021
- Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC, Acapulco Prize Money 2021
- Barcelona Open Prize Money 2021
- Noventi Open, Halle Prize Money 2021
- Queen's Club Championships Prize Money 2021
- Hamburg European Open 2021 Prize Money 2020
- Swiss Indoors, Basel Prize Money 2019
- Erste Bank Open, Vienna Prize Money 2020
ATP 250 Prize Money
- Delray Beach Open Prize Money 2021
- Antalya Open Prize Money 2021
- Murray River Open, Melbourne 1 Prize Money 2021
- Great Ocean Road Open, Melbourne 2 Prize Money 2021
- Cordoba Open Prize Money 2021
- Qatar ExxonMobil Open Prize Money 2021
- Adelaide International Prize Money 2021
- ASB Classic, Auckland Prize Money 2020
- Tata Open Maharashtra Prize Money 2020
- Singapore Open Prize Money 2021
- Open Sud de France, Montpellier Prize Money 2021
- New York Open, Long Island Prize Money 2020
- Argentina Open, Buenos Aires Prize Money 2021
- Open 13 Provence, Marseille Prize Money 2021
- Chile Dove Men+Care Open Prize Money 2021
- AnyTech365 Andalucia Open, Marbella Prize Money 2021
- Sardegna Open Prize Money 2021
- Serbia Open, Belgrade Prize Money 2021
- Houston Men's Clay Court Championship Prize Money 2020
- Grand Prix Hassan II, Marrakech Prize Money 2020
- BMW Open, Munich Prize Money 2021
- Millennium Estoril Open Prize Money 2021
- Gonet Geneva Open Prize Money 2021
- Open Parc Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Lyon Prize Money 2021
- Emilia-Romagna Open, Parma Prize Money 2021
- Belgrade Open Prize Money 2021
- Mercedes Cup, Stuttgart Prize Money 2021
- Mallorca Championships Prize Money 2021
- Hall of Fame Open, Newport Prize Money 2021
- Swedish Open, Bastad Prize Money 2021
- Mifel Open, Los Cabos Prize Money 2021
- Swiss Open, Gstaad Prize Money 2021
- Croatia Open, Umag Prize Money 2021
- Generali Open, Kitzbuhel Prize Money 2021
- Atlanta Open Prize Money 2021
- St. Petersburg Open Prize Money 2020
- bett1HULKS Indoors, Cologne Prize Money 2020
- bett1HULKS Championships, Cologne Prize Money 2020
- European Open, Antwerp Prize Money 2020
- Astana Open, Nur-Sultan Prize Money 2020
- Sofia Open Prize Money 2020
Defunct ATP or Paused Events
The tournaments below were last held in 2019 on the ATP Tour.
WTA 1000 Prize Money
WTA 500 Prize Money
- Abu Dhabi WTA Women's Tennis Open Prize Money 2021
- Gippsland Trophy, Melbourne Prize Money 2021
- Yarra Valley Classic, Melbourne Prize Money 2021
- Adelaide International Prize Money 2021
- Qatar Ladies Open Prize Money 2021
- St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy Prize Money 2021
- Volvo Car Open, Charleston Prize Money 2021
- Viking Classic, Birmingham Prize Money 2021
- Eastbourne International Prize Money 2021
WTA 250 Prize Money
- Phillip Island Trophy, Melbourne Prize Money 2021
- Open 6ème Sens – Métropole de Lyon Prize Money 2021
- Abierto Zapopan, Guadalajara Prize Money 2021
- Abierto GNP Seguros, Monterrey Prize Money 2021
- Copa Colsanitas, Bogota Prize Money 2021
- Serbia Ladies Open Prize Money 2021
- Internationaux de Strasbourg Prize Money 2021
- Viking Open, Nottingham Prize Money 2021
- bett1open, Berlin Prize Money 2021
- Bad Homburg Open Prize Money 2021
- Hamburg European Open Prize Money 2021
- Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest Prize Money 2021
- Ladies Open Lausanne Prize Money 2021
- Prague Open Prize Money 2021
- Palermo Ladies Open Prize Money 2021
- BNP Paribas Poland Open, Gdynia Prize Money 2021
WTA Premier Prize Money
WTA International Prize Money
Prize Money FAQs
How do I understand your prize money tables?
All the prize money tables follow the same layout. The first column is the tournament stage; the second is the amount in the currency that the tournament pays out in, e.g. US Dollars. The third and fourth are conversions to other common currencies, and the fifth column is the percentage change from when the tournament was last played, which is usually 12 months ago.
Does total financial commitment include appearance fees?
Non-mandatory events often offer the bigger name players appearance fees to lure them to the tournament as they often sell many tickets. The appearance fees are rarely disclosed, but for the big names like Federer and Nadal, they can often reach the $1,000,000 mark. Total financial commitment does not include these figures.
Why is prize money reduced so heavily for 2021?
This is due to the lack of spectators whose ticket sales contribute heavily to the prize money pool. The looming economic crisis also means that tournament sponsorships are not as readily available as many firms don't have the money to spend on marketing.
Prize money has changed on some tournaments at a later date; why?
The ATP retroactively changed the prize money pool for tournaments held between the Australian Open and Wimbledon 2021. Previously The ATP set prize money at 50% of 2019's figure, but the ATP amended this to be 60% and 80% for ATP 250 and ATP 500 tournaments, respectively.
Why do the WTA give the total prize money figure in USD $, but individual rounds at European tournaments in Euros €?
Whereas the ATP tends to be consistent in using the same currency for both total prize money and per round, the WTA often quotes the total figure in USD but then gives each round in Euros.
This is because the WTA uses a set exchange rate of 1 EURO = 1.24 USD. In comparison, the ATP will use a real-world exchange rate that can fluctuate.
I have noticed that prize money doesn't always seem to add up to the total amount quoted; why?
If you have ever added together the figures quoted for each round and added them all together, e.g. 16 losing players in Round 1 will receive $1000, plus 8 players in Round 2 will receive $2000 and so on. You will have noticed that the total amount paid out to players doesn't match the total amount quoted.
On the ATP, this is because 2.5% of all events prize money forms part of a player contribution invested in other player initiatives.
When you deduct 2.5% from the total prize money figure, you'll get to the right amount actually distributed into players bank accounts.
For the WTA, their prize money is harder to keep track of as they convert to Euros to USD at a set rate and will often round up numbers willy nilly.
How often do you update the prize money tables?
All the prize money pages are updated throughout the year; as soon as the latest prize money figures are announced for a particular tournament, they'll be updated to the latest figures along with the percentage increase or decrease vs the previous year's tournament.
What is the difference between Prize Money and Total Financial Commitment?
If you've ever studied one of the PDF draw sheets, you will usually see two figures: Prize Money and Total Financial Commitment. Prize money is purely the onsite prize money awarded to the players in both qualifying and the main draw.
Total financial commitment includes onsite prize money and the various other fees for running a tournament, such as the ATP tour fee, marketing fees, and a bonus pool contribution.
I generally quote the total prize money figure when displaying prize money rather than the total financial commitment.