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ATP Finals announces record prize money of $14.75 million
An undefeated winner would take home more money than any other champion in tennis history
This year’s ATP Finals in Turin will offer prize money of $14.75 million, a record for any non-Grand Slam event.
The ATP announced a 103 percent rise in prize money on the 2021 event, and a 64 percent increase on the 2019 event, the last before the Covid-19 pandemic forced the Tour to offer reduced prize money.
The event is the biggest ever for a non-Grand Slam event, outstripping the $14 million offered by the WTA Finals in Shenzhen. An unbeaten champion at the eight-man event would win $4,740,300, also a record individual amount for any event.
|Round-Robin match win||$383,300|
|Semi-final match win||$1,070,000|
The APT Finals will take place in Turin from November 13 to November 20.