Ahead of the second major of the season, some players elect to fine-tune their form on the clay-court events and one of those is the ATP 250 tournament in Geneva, Switzerland. Last year, Casper Ruud defended his title in the Swiss city and he will be going for a three-peat in 2023.
But the Norwegian's title defence won't be an easy one with the likes of Taylor Fritz, Ben Shelton, and Denis Shapovalov standing in his way, and many great clay-court specialists completing the star-studded entry list.
The overall prize money distributed at the event amounts to 562,815€ and the prize for the champion equals to 85,605€ and valuable 250 points. The runner-up in Geneva will receive 150 points and 49,940€ along with the trophy for the finalist.
But the fight for a share of prize money and points will start already in the first round. For a first-round exit players get 6,035€ and no ranking points, a major motivation to make it at least into the second round of the tournament.
After making it past the first match, players get 20 points and 9,880€, and the rewards increase again for the quarterfinalists with 45 points and 17,010€ on offer. The two beaten semifinalists will get 90 points and 29,355€.
As always, the prize money and points distribution for the 2023 Geneva Open is really complex and so be sure to check it out below for an overview of every round.
2023 Geneva Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview:
|ATP Points||Prize Money|
|2nd round||20 points||9,880€|
|1st round||0 points||6,035€|