This year, a total of 32 players will battle for the crown, with four men ranked in the world's Top 10 expected to lead the title charge. Defending champion Daniil Medvedev, however, will not be among them, with the Russian electing to give himself a well-earned rest after Melbourne.
Jannik Sinner, therefore, has been instilled as the top speed and will look to garner the largest share of prize money at the tournament. The 2024 edition will see a marginal increase of the prize money purse by at least 2.9%, taking the final tally to €2,134,985.
Sinner will encounter some significant obstacles along the way from the likes of Andrey Rublev, Holger Rune, and his good friend Hubert Hurkacz. Former finalist Grigor Dimitrov is knocking at the Top 10 door, as is Alex de Minaur, and will be determined to have a great week.
The prize money breakdown for the main draw begins in the first round, with the tournament exercising fairness in the slight increment of the remuneration package. Those who fail to win a match will pocket €16,655 but won't receive any ranking points.
But winning at least one main draw match guarantees a paycheck equivalent to €31,225. Additionally, those players will receive 50 points. Players who go a round further will almost double that figure as they'll take home €58,495 along with 100 points.
The richest players during the tournament are those who will make it to the weekend. Semifinalists earn €114,490 and will check off 200 points. The champion stands to make the most money - a whopping €399,215, nearly 3% more than when Medvedev won the tournament 12 months ago and 500 points.
You can check the complete breakdown of prize money and points distribution for the 2024 Rotterdam Open below.
2024 Rotterdam Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview: