Nitto ATP Finals Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
Now in its 52nd edition, the Nitto ATP Finals is a year-end tournament that features the world’s eight best men’s singles players and doubles teams.
The event takes place in Turin, Italy, the 15th host city since the event began in 1970, and players will compete at the Pala Alpitour stadium, with room for up to 12,000 spectators.
For 2022, the Nitto ATP Finals’ total prize money is an impressive $14,750,000, which translates to €14,313,473 and £12,474,517 and is up 104% over the prior year.
The tournament is the fifth highest-paying event after the Grand Slams. However, significantly more money is on the line for each player who participates, as there are only eight singles players and eight doubles teams. For context, each Grand Slam features 128 singles players and 64 doubles teams, so there’s a wider distribution of winnings.
The Nitto ATP Finals uses a round-robin format. In singles, the maximum a champion can earn is $4,740,300. Meanwhile, the least amount a player will take home is $320,000, the participation fee for competing in all three of their round-robin matches.
In doubles, the undefeated championship pair will receive a check to split for $930,300, while each participating team will claim a $130,000 payday if they show up to all three of their round-robin matches.
Although the prize money is significant, it’s also worth noting that the ATP Finals also award ranking points. Players earn 200 points for a round-robin win, 400 for a semifinal win, and 500 for a semifinal win. As a result, an undefeated champ can rack up 1,500 points.
The remainder of this guide provides a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Nitto ATP Finals prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison.