Grand Prix Hassan II, Marrakech Prize Money
2023 Breakdown & Historicals
The Grand Prix Hassan II is an ATP 250 tournament held on clay courts and the only one in Africa during the season, which began in 1984 as an ATP Challenger before being upgraded to an ATP tournament in 1990.
The event occurs at the Royal Tennis Club de Marrakech in Marrakech, Morocco, and is bankrolled entirely by the country’s King, Mohammed VI. Despite his financial backing, the event’s name still corresponds with his predecessor’s name, King Hassan II.
For 2023, the tournament’s total prize money is €630,705, the largest purse in its history, equating to $687,559 and £551,854. These sums represent an 18% bump over the prior year.
In singles, the champion will take home a check for €85,605, while the runner-up will claim roughly 60% of that or €49,940. In both cases, these sums are 5.3% improvements in earnings over 2022.
For the doubles event, the winning team will share €29,740, while the runner-up team will split €15,910. Like singles, these amounts represent 5.3% bumps versus last year.
In the following sections, I’ll provide a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Grand Prix Hassan II’s prize money, historical data for quick reference, and currency conversions for your convenience.