2023 Houston Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview - $718,245

2023 Houston Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview - $718,245

by Zachary Wimer

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The 2023 Houston Open showcases the best of men's tennis in the United States, played on the clay courts.

It provides players with an opportunity to claim not only a prestigious title, but also a significant share of prize money and valuable ATP ranking points. The 2023 Houston Open, which is an ATP 250 event boasts an impressive prize money pool, attracting world-class tennis players to compete on the clay courts of Houston.

The entry list for the 2023 event includes the likes of Frances Tiafoe, Tommy Paul, and John Isner, who will all fight for their share of $718,245, which is a total prize money pool.

The champion of the Houston Open walks away with the lion's share of the prize money, pocketing a cool $97,760 and 250 points. The runner-up in the competition, though falling just short of the top spot, still claims a noteworthy reward of $57,025 and 150 points.

The two players reaching the penultimate stage of the Houston Open earn $33,525 each as well as 90 points and Four players who progress to the quarter-finals are each awarded $19,425 and 45 points. Be sure to check out the full prize money and points distribution for the 2023 Houston Open below to see all rounds.

2023 Houston Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview:

ATP Points Prize Money
Winner 250 points $97,760
Finalist 150 points $57,025
Semi-finalists 90 points $33,525
Quarter-finalists 45 points $19,425
2nd round 20 points $11,280
1st round 0 points $6,895


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