US Men’s Clay Court Championship, Houston Prize Money
2023 Breakdown & Historicals
The US Men’s Clay Court Championship is an ATP 250 tournament hosted at the River Oaks Country Club in Houston, TX.
The event, which first opened its doors in 1910, is unique on the ATP calendar because it’s the only tournament in the United States played on clay courts as it has since its inception.
For 2023, the US Men’s Clay Court Championship’s total prize money reaches its highest at $718,245, translating to €658,608 and £576,477, for a 19% bump over 2022, which is on par with other events in the series.
The 28-draw singles tournament’s winner will take home a fair share of the purse at $97,760, which equates to €89,642 and £78,453, while the runner-up will claim a solid payday of $57,025 or €52,297 and £45,769 for his efforts. These figures represent 22% of the total prize money.
On the doubles side, the champions will split $33,960 or €31,146 and £27,259. The team landing in the runner-up position will win roughly half that amount at $18,170 or €16,664 £14,585.
The following sections provide and detailed breakdown of the US Men’s Clay Court Championship’s prize money for quick reference and comparison, including currency conversion to euros and sterling pounds.