2023 Munich Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview - 562,815€

2023 Munich Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview - 562,815€

by Zachary Wimer

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The 2023 Munich Open promises to be a great event once again, and so do the prize money and points distributed to the players.

The Munich Open, which is also referred to as the BMW Open, is one of the European clay-court events held in April. In 2023, it's held from April 17th to 23rd and it's played at the MTTC Iphitos in Munich, Germany.

The specialty of this event is, that the champion can enjoy a ride in a new BMW directly on the tennis court, as Holger Rune did last year after he lifted the title at this ATP 250 event.

In 2023, the young Dane will defend his title, and home player Alexander Zverev should also compete in Munich. Both of them will fight for their share of 562,815€ that will be distributed in prize money at the 2023 Munich Open.

The champion gets 250 points and 85,605€ of the total prize money pool, while the beaten finalist is rewarded with 150 ATP points and 49,940€.

Both players that lose in the semifinals get 90 points and 29,355€, while all four beaten quarterfinalists are rewarded with 45 points and 17,010€.

The allocation starts at 6,035€ and zero points for a first-round loss, and for advancing into the second round of the tournament, players are guaranteed to earn at least 9,880€ and 20 points.

Bbe sure to check the full overview of the prize money and points distribution for the 2023 Munich Open below.

2023 Munich Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview:

ATP Points Prize Money
Winner 250 points 85,605€
Finalist 150 points 49,940€
Semi-finalists 90 points 29,355€
Quarter-finalists 45 points 17,010€
2nd round 20 points 9,880€
1st round 0 points 6,035€


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