2024 Monte-Carlo Masters ATP Prize Money & Points Overview

2024 Monte-Carlo Masters ATP Prize Money & Points Overview

by Nurein Ahmed

The 2024 Monte-Carlo Masters is the first of three premier clay-court tournaments before Roland Garros, and prize money details have emerged.

For many years, this tournament has been dominated by one man - Rafael Nadal - the undisputed king of clay. Nadal is the most decorated champion in Monte-Carlo Masters history, winning an unprecedented 11 titles, including an Open Era record of eight titles on the trot from 2005 to 2012.

Nadal has not had the chance to compete in each of the past two years at the Principality because of injuries, but he is hoping to regain his fitness ahead of schedule. This is expected to be just his second tournament of 2024 after recovering from a hip injury.

The Spaniard's level and ambitions for this season and the remainder of his career will be put to the test on clay. He faces an uncertain return, which means he is vulnerable on his favorite surface for the first time in his career.

Among those looking to challenge him will be top seed Novak Djokovic, who pulled out from Miami to prepare for clay, Indian Wells champion Carlos Alcaraz, Australian Open winner Jannik Sinner, and the most unexpected Rome champion Daniil Medvedev.

Andrey Rublev and Stefanos Tsitsipas are also contenders and are featured on the honor roll of this ATP Masters 1000 tournament. The likes of Alexander Zverev, Casper Ruud, and Grigor Dimitrov also possess the artillery to cause an upset on this surface.

This year's prize money is a colossal €5,950,575—the largest payout in the tournament's history and at least 3% higher than last year's purse. Those competing at the 2024 Monte-Carlo Masters can expect handsome returns for their efforts, with increments at every round.

First-rounders will make €23,785 along with 10 ranking points. Those who win at least one main draw match will almost double that figure. They will earn €42,935 and will receive 50 points.

Reaching the third round is no mean feat. These players will each pocket €80,065 and receive 100 points. Quarterfinalists stand to gain €149,685 and 200 points.

The four men who advance to the final two rounds of the tournament will take a huge share of the pool. Semifinalists earn €274,425 and receive 400 points. The champion and runner-up will collect paychecks amounting to €919,075 and €501,880, respectively.

The winner will also receive the full 1000 points, which could be significant in moving up this year's race to determine the eight players who will qualify for the ATP Finals. Be sure to check the entire breakdown below.

2024 Monte-Carlo Masters ATP Prize Money & Points Overview:

Points Prize Money
Winner 1000 points €919,075
Finalist 650 points €501,880
Semi-finalists 400 points €274,425
Quarter-finalists 200 points €149,685
3rd round 100 points €80,065
2nd round 50 points €42,935
1st round 10 points €23,785


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