Adelaide International 1 & 2 Prize Money
2023 Breakdown & Historicals
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.