Tata Open Maharashtra, Pune Prize Money
2023 Breakdown & Historicals
First hosted in New Delhi in 1996 and Chennai before finally settling in Pune in 2018, the Tata Open Maharashtra is the only ATP tournament held annually in India before the Australian Open.
The tournament takes place at the Mhalunge Balewadi Tennis Complex on hard courts and features 28 players in singles and 16 teams in doubles.
Indian tennis player Leander Paes, one of the most decorated doubles players of all time, holds a record six doubles titles at the event, while Stan Wawrinka owns that record in singles with four trophies.
For 2023, the total prize money at the Tata Open Maharashtra is $642,735, which translates to €638,048 and £561,896, and is the largest purse ever offered at the tournament, up 50% from 2022.
In singles, the champion will take home $97,760, while the runner-up will earn nearly 60% of that amount, or $57,025. The champs’ earnings see the most significant jump of all the rounds compared to last year, with a 112% increase, whereas the lowest bump of 22% is in the second round.
In doubles, the team who wins the tournament will split a check for $33,960, and the runner-ups will earn $18,170. Those are 108% and 55% increases versus 2022’s figures.
In the following sections, I’ll provide a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Tata Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison. Currency conversions from euros to US dollars and sterling pounds are available for quick reference.