Mallorca Championships Prize Money
2023 Breakdown & Historicals
New in 2021, the Mallorca Championships is an ATP 250 grass court tournament taking place at the end of June, leading up to The Championships at Wimbledon.
The event takes place at the Mallorca Country Club in Santa Ponsa, Mallorca, a small island off the coast of Spain, perhaps best known as the home of Rafael Nadal.
In 2023, the tournament’s total prize money is an impressive €915,630, translating to $999,277 and £785,761 for a moderate 3.29% increase over last year and the event’s highest yet.
The singles champion will do well this year, earning a check for €139,270, while the runner-up will pocket €81,240. Similar to total prize money, these sums equate to a 6.7% increase compared to 2022.
In doubles, the winning team will split €48,380, while their competitors who fall short of the title will earn €25,890, representing 3.2% and 3.3% increases versus the prior year.
Check out the tables in the following sections for a complete breakdown of prize money at the 2023 Mallorca Championships, including historical data for comparison and historical data.
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2023 Full Breakdown
The highest level breakdown of prize money at the Mallorca Championships is by discipline, with singles receiving 80% of the purse and the smaller doubles event only 20%.
Prize money breaks down further by round, where players who make it deeper into the tournament earn more. For context, the winner in singles will receive roughly 15% of the total prize money, more than 14 times the amount a player gets if they lose in the first round or 1.07% of the purse.
The following tables break down prize money at the Mallorca Championships by round since 2021. You can scroll left to right to view the entire data set. For a quick comparison, I’ve converted euros to US dollars and sterling pounds, which I calculate using the prior year’s exchange rate on the day of the final for a close approximation of value.
|Qualies Round 2||€4,910||€4,755||€4,540|
|Qualies Round 1||€2,675||€2,595||€2,360|
|Qualies Round 2||$5,335||$4,991||$5,417|
|Qualies Round 1||$2,907||$2,724||$2,816|
British Sterling Pound
|Qualies Round 2||£4,194||£4,084||£3,884|
|Qualies Round 1||£2,285||£2,229||£2,019|
Doubles (Per Pair)
|2023||Euro||US Dollar||Sterling Pound|
Prize Money by Year
Annually, tournament organizers evaluate prize money, which tournament revenues heavily influence.
As a new tournament with support from the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), the event has seen a positive start with increases in prize money each year.
However, prize money isn’t always guaranteed to increase, with ticket sales, sponsorships, merchandise, and concessions all influencing the eventual size of the purse.
The following table outlines yearly prize money at the Mallorca Championship since the inaugural tournament in 2021.
|Year||Total Prize Money||% Change|
Please note that all data is in euros.
Here are a few frequently asked questions from fans and attendees about the Mallorca Championships prize money.
How much does the winner earn at the Mallorca Championships?
For 2023, the winner at the Mallorca Championships will take home €836,355, which translates to $826,519 and £719,290.
How much does the runner-up earn at the Mallorca Championships?
For 2023, the runner-up at the Mallorca Championships will take home €456,720, which translates to €451,307 and £392,758.
Is the Mallorca Championships prize money taxed?
Yes. Spain’s government taxes all player earnings at the Mallorca Championships, reaching as high as 45%.
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