The Monte-Carlo Masters is held every year for the professional male tennis players in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France. The tournament is played on clay courts and it is one of the most important tournaments in ATP Tour Masters 1000. The 2019 Monte-Carlo Masters, which is also known by the name Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters for sponsorship reasons will be the 113th edition of the annual Monte Carlo Masters tournament.
A total amount of €5.21 million is to be paid as the prize money for 2019 Monte-Carlo Masters. The prize money is increased by nearly €1 million from the previous year. The USD equivalent of the prize money is $5.85 million (20th April 19 exchange rate).
How much will the Finalist Earn?
The Monte-Carlo Masters has two categories namely, Men’s Singles and Men’s Doubles. The finalist of the singles will earn an amount of €484,950, whereas the finalist of the doubles will be receiving an amount of €139,020. Apart from the finalist pay, the ultimate winners of the Monte-Carlo Masters title will be receiving a separate amount.
What is the Prize Money for the Winners?
The singles winners will be taking home a total of €958,055 which is around $1.08 million. Rafael Nadal has been winning the title most of the times and is expected to win this year too. If Nadal lifts the trophy this season also, then it would be his 4th consecutive win.
The winner of the 2019 Monte-Carlo Masters doubles will be receiving an amount of €284,860 per team, which is around $320,367. The reigning doubles champion of the 2018 Monte-Carlo Masters doubles is Mike Bryan and Bob Bryan who won the back-to-back title in 2014 and 2015. Check out who else won the tournament in recent time in this Monte-Carlo winners list post.
2019 Monte-Carlo Masters Prize Money Breakdown
The prize money offered for each qualifying round has been shared in the table below. The singles get the full amount that is mentioned in the table below, whereas the amount specified for the doubles, is the prize money offered to the team. Therefore, the amount is split and shared by the teammates.
|Event||Men’s Singles||Men’s Doubles|
|Round of 16||€64,225||€18,730|
|Round of 32||€33,635||€10,020|
|Round of 64||€18,955||N/A|
NOTE: All values are in Euro unless otherwise stated.