2024 Italian Open Rome ATP Prize Money & Points Overview

2024 Italian Open Rome ATP Prize Money & Points Overview

by Nurein Ahmed

The 2024 Italian Open in Rome will be the last clay-court Masters before Roland Garros, and details of prize money have been released.

The entry list for the men's tournament was confirmed in the last few days, and it features a 96-man field. The expanded draw size is part of the ATP's plan to transform the ATP's second-highest tier into mini-slams.

The event will be played over a two-week period starting from May 8th to 19th, with a plethora of the world's best players committing to play. The two-week format will also enable players to curb any concerns of burnout.

This could be Rafael Nadal's penultimate tournament on tour, and likely the last time he will play at the Foro Italico. The Spaniard is a 10-time champion of the event but has struggled to stay fit for 15 months because of two separate hip injuries.

When Nadal doesn't win Rome, Novak Djokovic almost always tops the podium. He has reached the final on 12 occasions and taken home the title half the number of times. When he returns, Carlos Alcaraz will look to erase his shocking defeat to Fabian Marozan last season.

Jannik Sinner will shoulder home hopes. The Australian Open champion has never scaled the quarterfinal stage at the Italian Open. The other contenders will include defending champion Daniil Medvedev, in-form Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, and 2017 champion Alexander Zverev.

Players like Andrey Rublev, Casper Ruud, Grigor Dimitrov, and Holger Rune have proved their mettle on the dirt before and are capable of pulling off a surprise or two.

This tournament will fork out €7,877,020 in total prize money. This represents roughly a 2.2% increase from 12 months ago. Finalists and semifinalists will see a marginal decrease in their paychecks.

However, the financiers will allocate those funds to those who exit the tournament at an earlier stage. Allocation begins in the first round, with players pocketing €20,360 and receiving 10 points.

Reaching the second round stage is the equivalent of €30,255. These players will also receive 30 points. There are two more rounds before the quarterfinal since the tournament was expanded.

Players who make it to the round of 32 will bank €51,665 and be rewarded 50 points. Those who go a round better will earn €88,440 and receive 100 points.

Quarterfinalists stand to gain €161,995 and 200 points, while semifinalists will take home €284,590 and 400 points. The champion will make €963,225 and receive 1000 points, while the runner-up will be €512,260 richer with 650 points. The full breakdown can be seen below.

2024 Italian Open Rome ATP Prize Money & Points Overview:

Points Prize Money
Winner 1000 points €963,225
Finalist 650 points €512,260
Semi-finalists 400 points €284,590
Quarter-finalists 200 points €161,995
4th round 100 points €88,440
3rd round 50 points €51,665
2nd round 30 points €30,255
1st round 10 points €20,360


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