The top eight singles players and top eight doubles teams from each year advance to the ATP Finals. This year, it will take place in Pala Alpitour from November 13 to November 20. In the singles competition, Alexander Zverev is the defending champion, and in the doubles, Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut of France are the defending champions.
However, the 2022 ATP Finals won't feature the current singles and doubles winners. Due to an ongoing injury, Alexander Zverev had to conclude his season early and French team missed a big part of this season and also did not qualify.
Rafael Nadal, Casper Ruud and Novak Djokovic all qualified for the year-end event and they will fight for a record-high prize money for an undefeated champion that amounts to $4,740,300. If a player wins all three round-robin matches and then triumphs also in the semifinals and final, he will get a total of 1500 points and prize money that was never won by anyone else.
For every win in the round-robin stage, players are awarded 200 points as they are divided in two groups of 4 and the best 2 advance to semifinals. Moreover, they get $383,300 for every victory and the participation fee that every player receives is $320,000.
The ATP Finals has also alternates that are ready to substitute injured players. Those receive $150,000. Two semifinalists that prevail victorious will get 400 points and $1,070,000 and the two finalists will then fight for additional 500 points and $2,200,400.
2022 ATP Finals Prize Money & Points Singles:
|Undefeated champion||1500 points (overall)||$4,740,300|
|Final win||500 points||$2,200,400|
|Semi-final win||400 points||$1,070,000|
|Round-robin win||200 points (per win)||$383,300|
2022 ATP Finals Prize Money & Points Doubles (Per Team):
|Undefeated champion||1500 points (overall)||$930,300|
|Final win||500 points||$350,400|
|Semi-final win||400 points||$170,000|
|Round-robin win||200 points (per win)||$93,300|