ATP Cup Prize Money 2022

The 2022 ATP Cup is a 12-country team competition held ahead of the Australian Open and will feature 18 top twenty players.

The group stages are usually held in Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. Once the tournament goes into a straight knockout format, all matches are played at the Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney.

However, with tyrannical Australian Premiers restricting movement between internal states, teams will play all matches in 2022 exclusively in Sydney.

Because the ATP Cup is a team competition, the prize money allocation is slightly different. Money is given out as participation fees and match wins on an individual and per-team basis. 

Participation fees are determined by the players ranking on a specific date/entry time and whether they are the number #1, number #2 or number #3,#4 or #5 player in their team.

As well as a nice paycheque, a player can earn a maximum of 500 singles and 250 doubles ATP Rankings points. The ATP Cup is staged in partnership with Tennis Australia.

You can see the full breakdown of prize money and an explanation below.

Total Prize Money Pool for the ATP Cup 2022

The total Prize Money for the ATP Cup in 2022 is $10,000,000, which is an increase of 33.33% compared to last year. 

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2022 $10,000,000 33.33%
2021 $7,500,000 -50.00%
2020 $15,000,000  

2022 ATP Cup Prize Money Distribution

The ATP Cup has three different methods of awarding prize money to participating players. This includes a participation fee, prize money for individual match wins and prize money for team victories.

Participation Fees

Number 1 Player

The number 1 player is the top-ranked player for the team. So, for example, Daniil Medvedev is the Number 1 player for Russia and is ranked number two in the rankings, so he will receive $220,000 for turning up.

A % change is also provided from last years ATP Cup held in Melbourne.

Entry Order (Ranking) Participation Fee % Change
1-3* $220,000 92.98%
4-6* $190,000 86.27%
7-12* $160,000 77.78%
13-16 $135,000 N/A

Number 2 Player

Keeping the example above, Andrey Rublev will receive $160,000 as he's ranked 5 in the world and is Russia's number 2 player.

A % change is also provided from last years ATP Cup.

Singles Ranking Fee % Change
1-10 $160,000 77.8%
11-20 $135,000 125.0%
21-30 $60,000 81.8%
31-50 $45,000 87.5%
51-100 $30,000 66.7%
101-200 $20,000 66.7%
251+ $15,000 66.7%

Number 3 to 5 Player Singles or Doubles

Teams can have up to 5 players (3 must have an ATP singles ranking). A % change is also provided from last years ATP Cup.

Singles
Singles Ranking Fee % Change
1-20 $20,000 167%
21-50 $15,000 100%
51-100 $10,000 33%
101-250 $7,500 66.67%
251+ $5,000 66.67%
Doubles
Doubles Ranking Fee % Change
1-20 $20,000 66.67%
21-50 $15,000 100.00%
51-100 $10,000 66.67%
101-150 $7,500 66.67%
151+ $5,000 66.67%

Individual Wins

Each player can boost their prize money by winning matches and picking up individual prize money along with the participation fee. The rates are displayed in the table below.

A #1 singles win when a number 1 player beats another country's negative number 1 player. The % change is the comparison to last years ATP Cup Prize Money.

2022 #1 Singles Win % Change #2 Singles Win % Change Doubles Win (per player) % Change
Final Win $250,000 30.41% $160,000 18.52% $42,000 11.11%
Semi-final Win $150,000 44.51% $105,000 48.31% $30,000 42.86%
Group Stage Win $44,500 48.33% $30,000 42.86% $8,500 41.67%

Team Wins

All team members are rewarded equally should one of their fellow team members win a match. So 3-5 players on the team (whether the player plays a match or not) earn the same amount for a team win. A % change is also provided from last years inaugural ATP Cup.

2022 Per Player % Change
Final Win $50,000 66.67%
Semi-final Win $30,000 66.67%
Group Stage Win $10,000 66.67%

Historical ATP Cup Prize Money Distribution

2021

Participation Fees

Number 1 Player

The number 1 player is the top-ranked player for the team. So, for example, Novak Djokovic is the Number 1 player for Serbia and is ranked number one in the rankings, so he will receive $114,000 for turning up.

A % change is also provided from last years inaugural ATP Cup.

Entry Order (Ranking) Participation Fee % Change
1-3* $114,000 -54.40%
4-6* $102,000 -54.67%
7-12* $90,000 -55.00%
Number 2 Player

Keeping the example above, Dusan Lajovic will receive $33,000 as he's ranked 26 in the world and is Serbia's number 2 player.

A % change is also provided from last years inaugural ATP Cup.

Ranking Participation Fee % Change
1-10 $90,000 -55.0%
11-20 $60,000 -60.0%
21-30 $33,000 -56.0%
31-50 $24,000 -60.0%
51-100 $18,000 -60.0%
101-200 $12,000 -60.0%
251+ $9,000 -55.0%
Number 3 to 5 Player Singles or Doubles

Teams can have up to 5 players (3 must have an ATP singles ranking). A % change is also provided from last years inaugural ATP Cup.

Singles
Singles Ranking Participation Fee % Change
1-100 $7,500 -63%
101-250 $4,500 -64%
251+ $3,000 -60%
Doubles
Doubles Ranking Participation Fee % Change
1-20 $12,000 -60.00%
21-50 $7,500 -62.50%
51-100 $6,000 -52.00%
101-150 $4,500 -55.00%
151+ $3,000 -60.00%

Individual Wins

Each player can boost their prize money by winning matches and picking up individual prize money along with the participation fee. The rates are displayed in the table below.

A #1 singles win when a number 1 player beats another country's opposing number 1 player. The % change is the comparison to last years ATP Cup Prize Money.

  #1 Singles Win % Change #2 Singles Win % Change Doubles Win (per player) % Change
Final Win $191,700 -33.99% $135,000 -33.82% $37,800 -38.83%
Semi-final Win $103,800 -31.26% $70,800 -33.21% $21,000 -34.68%
Group Stage Win $30,000 -23.86% $21,000 -23.91% $6,000 -28.36%

Team Wins

All team members are rewarded equally should one of their fellow team members win a match. So 3-5 players on the team (whether the player plays a match or not) earn the same amount for a team win. A % change is also provided from last years inaugural ATP Cup.

  Per Player % Change
Final Win $30,000 -38.47%
Semi-final Win $18,000 -38.52%
Group Stage Win $6,000 -39.09%

2020

2020 Participation Fees

Number 1 Player

The number 1 player is the top-ranked player for the team. So, for example, Rafael Nadal is the Number 1 player for Spain, and Roberto Bautista Agut is the Number 2 player. 

Ranking at time of Entry Order Participation Fee
1-3* $250,000
4-6* $225,000
7-12* $200,000
13-18* $150,000
19-24**^ $75,000
  • *Entry order (team) as of 13 September 2019
  • ** Entry order (team) as of 13 November 2019
  • ^ Top 20 player will receive $150,000

Number 2 Player

Keeping the example above, with Bautista Agut the Number 2 player and his ranking being 10 when the team was announced, he will receive $200,000 for participating.

Ranking Fee
1-10 $200,000
11-20 $150,000
21-30 $75,000
31-50 $60,000
51-100 $45,000
101-200 $30,000
201-300 $20,000
301+ $15,000

Number 3 to 5 Player

Teams can have up to 5 players (3 must have an ATP singles ranking). The 3rd, 4th and 5th players participation fees are based on their rankings on November 11, 2019

Doubles Ranking Fee
1-20 $30,000
21-50 $20,000
51-100 $12,500
101-150 $10,000
151+ $7,500
Singles Ranking Fee
1-100 $20,000
101-300 $12,500
301+ $7,500

2020 Individual Wins

A #1 singles win when a number 1 player beats another country's opposing number 1 player. Each player can boost their prize money by winning matches and picking up individual prize money along with the participation fee. The rates are displayed in the table below.

  #1 Singles Win #2 Singles Win Doubles Win (per player)
Final Win $290,400 $204,000 $61,800
Semi-final Win $151,000 $106,000 $32,150
Quarter-final Win $78,350 $55,100 $16,700
Group Stage Win $39,400 $27,600 $8,375

2020 Team Wins

All team members are rewarded equally should one of their fellow team members win a match. So 3-5 players on the team (whether the player plays a match or not) earn the same amount for a team win.

So if Nadal wins a round-robin match, the whole Spanish team gets $9,850 each.

Stage Per Player
Final Win $48,760
Semi-final Win $29,280
Quarter-final Win $17,620
Group Stage Win $9,850
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