In addition to the competitive entry list, the 32-man field will vie for a fair share of €2,409,835 in total prize money, which is slightly over €60,000 from last year's purse. As a result, players in each round stand to gain from last year's earnings.
Five of the world's Top 10 players will assemble in Austria's capital city, Vienna, chief among them Daniil Medvedev who is the reigning champion. Medvedev will have a familiar foe in the opposite half of the draw in Stefanos Tsitsipas, who is among the contenders for the last remaining slots at the season-ending ATP Finals.
Former champions Alexander Zverev and Andrey Rublev are also in Turin contention and will look to gain some valuable points. This tournament will also mark the return to action for Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta who features in the initial entry list.
The 2023 Vienna Open is one of the most lucrative ATP 500 events of the season so there is little doubt why there's such a great interest in playing it by the ATP's established band. Moreover, the hospitality at this event is top-notch, which is also another reason why they keep coming back.
In terms of points, players who compete in the first round and lose will not get any ranking points. But those who win at least one main draw match will earn 45 points, which could be vital in tight ranking scenarios, especially with the ATP Race to Turin going down to the wire.
All four losing quarterfinalists will get 90 points, while semifinalists will get a three-digit ranking point of 180. The runner-up is the second biggest beneficiary in terms of points with 300, while the champion will receive 500 points.
In terms of prize money, the champion accounts for the heftiest paycheck of all the 32 singles players, pocketing €450,650. The vanquished finalist will earn €242,480. Semifinalists will make six figures in the region of €129,225, while quarterfinalists will bank €66,025.
Those players who win at least one match in Vienna stand to gain €35,245. First-round losers won't get points but will receive monetary compensation amounting to €18,795. You can find the full breakdown of prize money and points for the 2023 Vienna Open in the table below.
2023 Vienna Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview:
|ATP Points||Prize Money|
|2nd round||45 points||35,245€|
|1st round||0 points||18,795€|