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Adelaide International 1 & 2 Prize Money

2023 Breakdown & Historicals

By Jon Crim
Image Credit: Adelaide International

A relative newcomer to the ATP and WTA calendars, the Adelaide International is a series of two tournaments held back-to-back early in January leading up to the Australian Open.

The event takes place at The Drive, a multipurpose venue emphasizing tennis as its main attraction, and each week will host a 28-player singles and a 16-team doubles draw for men and women on hard courts.

The Adelaide International 1 will offer total prize money of $642,735 (€606,529 / £535,231) for ATP players and $826,837 (€780,641 / £688,581) for WTA players, which are 54% and 18% bumps compared to 2022. The discrepancy in prize money has to do with the tournament categories, which are ATP 250 and WTA 500.

The men’s singles champion will pocket $94,560, while the winner on the lady’s side will pocket $120,150. In doubles, these amounts are significantly lower at $33,580 for men and $40,100 for women.

The Adelaide International 2 will kick off immediately following the first tournament with identical prize money of $642,735 on the ATP side and slightly less at $780,637 for the WTA. The men’s prize money represents a 50% bump over the prior year, while the women’s substantially increases after a weak 2022, jumping 226%.

That means total prize money of $2,922,944 is up for grabs in Adelaide this year, $1,285,470 for men and $1,607,474 for women.

Keep reading for a detailed overview and complete breakdown of prize money at the Adelaide International 1 & 2 in 2023, along with historical data for reference and quick comparison.

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2023 Full Breakdown

Like most ATP and WTA tournaments, the breakdown of prize money starts with roughly 80% going toward singles and the remaining 20% funding the doubles event.

However, prize money breaks down further by round, so the further a player progresses through the tournament, the more they earn. For example, the runner-up of the men’s singles event in week two of the Adelaide International will take home $57,025, while a player who exits in the first round will make only $6,895 for their efforts.

The following tables provide a full breakdown of this data since it began in 2020. I’ve converted prize money to euros and Sterling Pound, which I calculate using the prior year’s exchange rate on the day of the final for a close approximation of value.

ATP – Adelaide 1

Singles – Dollar

US Dollar 2023 2022 2021 2020
Winner $94,560 $41,800 $19,500 $91,625
Runner-up $55,035 $29,900 $13,255 $50,710
Semifinal $32,150 $21,985 $10,000 $28,540
Quarterfinal $18,175 $13,800 $7,400 $16,250
Round 2 $10,655 $8,890 $5,500 $9,320
Round 1 $6,340 $5,200 $4,000 $5,450
Qualies Round 2 $3,385 $2,540 $2,500 $2,665
Qualies Roud 1 $1,815 $1,320 $1,390 $1,385

Singles – Euro

Euro 2023 2022 2021 2020
Winner €88,821 €36,793 $15,844 €82,109
Runner-up €51,695 €26,318 $10,770 €45,443
Semifinal €30,199 €19,351 $8,125 €25,576
Quarterfinal €17,072 €12,147 $6,013 €14,562
Round 2 €10,008 €7,825 $4,469 €8,352
Round 1 €5,955 €4,577 $3,250 €4,884
Qualies Round 2 €3,180 €2,236 $2,031 €2,388
Qualies Roud 1 €1,705 €1,162 $1,129 €1,241

Singles – British Sterling Pound

Great Britian Pound 2023 2022 2021 2020
Winner £78,487 £30,759 $14,363 £69,835
Runner-up £45,680 £22,002 $9,763 £38,650
Semifinal £26,685 £16,178 $7,366 £21,753
Quarterfinal £15,086 £10,155 $5,451 £12,385
Round 2 £8,844 £6,542 $4,051 £7,103
Round 1 £5,262 £3,826 $2,946 £4,154
Qualies Round 2 £2,810 £1,869 $1,841 £2,031
Qualies Roud 1 £1,506 £971 $1,024 £1,056

2023 Doubles (Per Pair)

2023 US Dollar Sterling Pound Euro
Winner $33,580 £24,648 €27,215
Runner-up $17,550 £12,882 €14,223
Semifinal $9,260 £6,797 €7,505
Quarterfinal $5,140 £3,773 €4,166
Round 2 $2,820 £2,070 €2,285
Round 1 $1,570 £1,152 €1,272

ATP – Adelaide 2

Singles – Dollar

US Dollar 2023 2022
Winner $97,760 $43,180
Runner-up $57,025 $30,885
Semifinal $33,525 $22,710
Quarterfinal $19,425 $14,255
Round 2 $11,280 $9,180
Round 1 $6,895 $5,370
Qualies Round 2 $3,445 $2,625
Qualies Roud 1 $1,880 $1,365

Singles – Euro

Euro 2023 2022
Winner €91,851 €38,007
Runner-up €53,578 €27,185
Semifinal €31,499 €19,989
Quarterfinal €18,251 €12,547
Round 2 €10,598 €8,080
Round 1 €6,478 €4,727
Qualies Round 2 €3,237 €2,311
Qualies Roud 1 €1,766 €1,201

Singles – British Sterling Pound

Great Britian Pound 2023 2022
Winner £81,218 £31,774
Runner-up £47,376 £22,727
Semifinal £27,852 £16,711
Quarterfinal £16,138 £10,490
Round 2 £9,371 £6,755
Round 1 £5,728 £3,952
Qualies Round 2 £2,862 £1,932
Qualies Roud 1 £1,562 £1,004

2023 Doubles (Per Pair)

2023 Prize Money $ USD Sterling Pound Euro
Winner $33,580 £24,710 €29,557
Runner-up $17,550 £12,914 €15,448
Semifinal $9,260 £6,814 €8,151
Quarterfinal $5,140 £3,782 €4,524
Round 2 $2,820 £2,075 €2,482
Round 1 $1,570 £1,155 €1,382

WTA – Adelaide 1

Singles – Dollar

US Dollar 2023 2022 2021 2020
Winner $120,150 $108,000 $68,570 $146,500
Runner-up $74,161 $66,800 $51,000 $78,160
Semifinal $43,323 $39,000 $32,400 $41,675
Quarterfinal $20,465 $18,685 $15,500 $22,400
Round 2 $11,145 $10,000 $8,200 $12,000
Round 1 $7,500 $6,750 $6,650 $6,550
Qualies Round 2 $5,590 $5,020 $5,000 $3,605
Qualies Roud 1 $2,860 $2,585 $2,565 $1,880

Singles – Euro

Euro 2023 2022 2021 2020
Winner €112,023 €95,411 $55,672 €131,745
Runner-up €69,145 €59,013 $40,701 €70,288
Semifinal €40,393 €34,454 $21,714 €37,478
Quarterfinal €19,081 €16,507 $10,291 €20,144
Round 2 €10,391 €8,834 $5,261 €10,791
Round 1 €6,993 €5,963 $3,329 €5,890
Qualies Round 2 €5,212 €4,435 $2,740 €3,242
Qualies Roud 1 €2,667 €2,284 $2,273 €1,691

Singles – British Sterling Pound

Great Britian Pound 2023 2022 2021 2020
Winner £99,273 £79,868 $49,252 £112,136
Runner-up £61,275 £49,400 $36,632 £59,826
Semifinal £35,795 £28,841 $23,272 £31,899
Quarterfinal £16,909 £13,818 $11,133 £17,146
Round 2 £9,208 £7,395 $5,890 £9,185
Round 1 £6,197 £4,992 $4,777 £5,014
Qualies Round 2 £4,619 £3,712 $3,591 £2,759
Qualies Roud 1 £2,363 £1,912 $1,842 £1,439

2023 Doubles (Per Pair)

2023 US Dollar Sterling Pound Euro
Winner $40,100 £33,132 €37,388
Runner-up $24,300 £20,078 €22,656
Semifinal $13,900 £14,908 €16,823
Quarterfinal $7,200 £7,722 €8,714
Round 2 $5,775 £6,194 €6,989
Round 1 $4,350 £4,666 €5,265

WTA – Adelaide 2

Singles – Dollar

US Dollar 2023 2022
Winner TBD $29,200
Runner-up TBD $16,398
Semifinal TBD $10,100
Quarterfinal TBD $5,800
Round 2 TBD $3,675
Round 1 TBD $2,675
Qualies Round 2 TBD $1,950
Qualies Roud 1 TBD $1,270

Singles – Euro

Euro 2023 2022
Winner TBD €25,850
Runner-up TBD €14,517
Semifinal TBD €8,941
Quarterfinal TBD €5,135
Round 2 TBD €3,253
Round 1 TBD €2,368
Qualies Round 2 TBD €1,726
Qualies Roud 1 TBD €1,124

Singles – British Sterling Pound

Great Britian Pound 2023 2022
Winner TBD £21,575
Runner-up TBD £12,116
Semifinal TBD £7,463
Quarterfinal TBD £4,285
Round 2 TBD £2,715
Round 1 TBD £1,976
Qualies Round 2 TBD £1,441
Qualies Roud 1 TBD £938

2023 Doubles (Per Pair)

2023 US Dollar Sterling Pound Euro
Winner TBD TBD TBD
Runner-up TBD TBD TBD
Semifinal TBD TBD TBD
Quarterfinal TBD TBD TBD
Round 2 TBD TBD TBD
Round 1 TBD TBD TBD

Prize Money by Year

Every year, tournament organizers evaluate prize money at tournaments, including the Adelaide International. Factors, including ticket sales, sponsorships, merchandise, and concessions, influence the tournament’s revenues, which subsequently impact available funds for prize money.

The following table outlines yearly ATP and WTA prize money for the Adelaide International 1 & 2 tournaments. For all instances of the tournament, prize money stalled out in 2021 as they recovered from the pandemic, where revenues took a significant hit.

ATP

Adelaide 1

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2023 $642,735 54%
2022 $416,800 30%
2021 $320,775 -40%
2020 $532,695

Adelaide 2

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2023 $642,735 49%
2022 $430,530

WTA

Adelaide 1

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2023 $826,837 18%
2022 $703,580 31%
2021 $535,530 -37%
2020 $848,000

Adelaide 2

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2023 $780,637 226%
2022 $239,477 -55%
2021 $535,530

Please note that all data is in dollars.

FAQs

Here are a few frequently asked questions from fans and attendees about the Adelaide International’s prize money.

How much does the winner earn at the Adelaide International 1 & 2?

For 2023, the ATP winner at the Adelaide International 1& 2 will take home $94,560 and $97,760, which translates to €89,276 and €92,280 or £78,735 and £81,399.

How much does the runner-up earn at the Adelaide International 1 & 2?

For 2023, the ATP runner-up at the Adelaide International 1 & 2 will take home $57,025 and $55,035, which translates to €53,835 and €51,956, or £47,504 and £45,846.

Is the Adelaide International’s prize money taxed?

Yes. The Australian government taxes all player earnings at the Adelaide International, reaching as high as $.45 per dollar.

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