2024 Madrid Open ATP & WTA Prize Money & Points Overview

2024 Madrid Open ATP & WTA Prize Money & Points Overview

by Nurein Ahmed

The 2024 Madrid Open will continue to operate as a joint tour-level tournament across the ATP and WTA and offer equal prize money to all participants.

With an expanded draw size, this ATP/WTA 1000 tournament will run for 12 days from April 24th to May 5th. Entry lists for both the men's and women's events have already been released.

The ATP caravan is loaded with serious star power, with the obvious surprise being the inclusion of top seed Novak Djokovic. The Serb has played in only half of the past 10 editions of the Madrid Open. This year, his presence is surely going to be a must-see.

Home fans will bank on Carlos Alcaraz and Rafael Nadal to do the magic inside the Caja Magica. Alcaraz is a two-time defending champion, while Nadal has won a record five titles in the Spanish capital.

Daniil Medvedev shockingly won his first claycourt title last summer in Rome and will fancy his chances at altitude, as will big-hitting Jannik Sinner. The likes of Andrey Rublev, Holger Rune, and Casper Ruud have each won at least one title on clay in the past year and will be contenders.

Alexander Zverev is the fifth seed and a former champion. He will be a difficult man to stop in these quick conditions. Stefanos Tsitsipas and Grigor Dimitrov will continue to make their push for a Top 10 spot.

The women's entry list is equally stacked with world-class players. World No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka has won two of the last three Madrid Opens. She is the only player to beat Iga Swiatek in a completed clay-court match since the start of 2023.

The Pole will be looking to avenge last year's finals defeat, but she is at her most vulnerable in the fast-playing conditions in Madrid. This is also the only big clay tournament she has not won. Elena Rybakina, Coco Gauff, and even 2022 champion Ons Jabeur will be huge threats.

This year's total prize money is a whopping €7,877,020 for each tour. This is roughly 2.2% higher than last year's purse when the event was converted into a two-week tournament. It will also be the highest prize money pot in Madrid Open history.

Players competing in the 2024 edition will see a surge in prize money at every round (except for the finals). The pay cut for the champion and runner-up is meant to cushion those who will lose before the final.

Players who lose in the first round will receive 10 points and 20,360€. Second-rounders will receive 25 points (men), 35 points (women), and 30,255€ in prize money.

Because of the event's expansion, there will be two more rounds before the quarterfinal. Players who reach the third-round stage will earn 51,665€ and receive 50 points (men) and 65 points (women), respectively.

But all eyes will be on the hefty checks awarded to the runner-up and champion even though they face a significant reduction from 12 months ago.

The winner will earn 963,225€ and receive 1000 ranking points, while the beaten finalist will pocket 512,260€ and receive 650 points (the same for both tours). For the full breakdown, be sure to check it below.

2024 Madrid Open ATP & WTA Prize Money & Points Overview:

ATP Points WTA Points Prize Money
Winner 1000 points 1000 points 963,225€
Finalist 650 points 650 points 512,260€
Semi-finalists 400 points 390 points 284,590€
Quarter-finalists 200 points 215 points 161,995€
4th round 100 points 120 points 88,440€
3rd round 50 points 65 points 51,665€
2nd round 30 points 35 points 30,255€
1st round 10 points 10 points 20,360€


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