Tsitsipas Crosses $30 Million Career Prize Money Mark Thanks To Monte-Carlo Masters Win

Tsitsipas Crosses $30 Million Career Prize Money Mark Thanks To Monte-Carlo Masters Win

by Zachary Wimer

Stefanos Tsitsipas crossed the $30 million career prize money mark after winning the 2024 Monte-Carlo Masters.

The Greek has been one of the most consistent tennis players in the world since he broke out many years ago. He's 25 right now, so he's entering his tennis prime, but he's been among the best basically since he was 21.

He beat the likes of Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer when he was just starting on the ATP Tour, and he never stopped. He made his first ATP Masters 1000 final at 19 but failed to win it.

He would win his maiden one at age 22, and since then, he's added two more, with the most recent one being from a few days ago in Monte-Carlo. Fun fact: his only Masters triumphs came in Monte-Carlo.

He also won the ATP Finals and made two Grand Slam finals, so he's been pretty successful since the start, and of course, that earned him a lot of prize money. With the most recent triumph in Monte-Carlo, Tsitsipas has officially passed the $30 million career prize money mark after earning €919,075 for his win in the Principality.

There are not a lot of players who did that in history. Obviously, some of that has to do with players earning far more money today than before, making many legends of the game with multiple Grand Slams be placed below tennis players of this generation who have never won a major.

Tsitsipas is the 13th man in ATP history to earn over $30 million, while eight women on the WTA Tour have done the same. In terms of prize money earned by male players, he's currently 12th on the list, ahead of Dominic Thiem, who is the 13th player to earn over $30 million.

Career Prize Money Earned for ATP Players as of April 15th, 2024:

Rank Player Prize Money Earned
1 Novak Djokovic $181,955,458
2 Rafael Nadal $134,659,704
3 Roger Federer $130,594,339
4 Andy Murray $64,534,250
5 Pete Sampras $43,280,489
6 Alexander Zverev $40,711,549
7 Daniil Medvedev $40,463,620
8 Stan Wawrinka $36,733,224
9 David Ferrer $31,483,911
10 Marin Cilic $31,301,586
11 Andre Agassi $31,152,975
12 Stefanos Tsitsipas $30,360,563
13 Dominic Thiem $30,164,485


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