2023 Barcelona Open Prize Money – How Much Will the Winner Get?

Eager to find out more concerning Barcelona Open prize money for 2023? I’ve given you the complete rundown right here.

Barcelona Open 2023 – What’s on Offer?

The 70th edition of the Barcelona Open will run from April 17 to 23. The prestigious men’s tennis tournament will run at the clay courts of Real Club de Tenis Barcelona, Spain. Carlos Alcaraz is the reigning champion and began his rise to the top of the ATP rankings with his first ATP 500 title here in 2022.

Barcelona OpenThe then-18-year-old overcame Stefanos Tsitsipas in a thrilling final. The Greek was flying high after his defence of the Monte Carlo Masters title and was brought down to earth by the young Spaniard. Alcaraz has been struggling with injuries which surfaced in his Miami Open semi-final defeat to Jannik Sinner and missed the ATP meet in Monte Carlo to prepare for his Barcelona Open defence.


It will not be an easy task as the likes of Tsitsipas, Casper Ruud, Jannik Sinner, Taylor Fritz, Cameron Norrie, Karen Khachanov, Alex de Minaur and Frances Tiafoe look to pit their wits against Alcaraz.

However, some notable players will be missing from the tournament due to injuries and other reasons. Rafael Nadal, who has won a record 12 titles here, has withdrawn from the event as he continues to recover from an injury sustained at the Australian Open. Daniil Medvedev, who is seeking his fifth title of the 2023 campaign pulled out due to personal reasons.

The prize money is a big draw for the pros and adds to the excitement for the fans. So, let’s dig into how the money is divided at the Barcelona Open and how the ATP stars fare based on their progress. Ready to dive in?

Barcelona Open 2023 Prize Money – Singles

In 2023, the total prize money is €2,722,480, which is a slight increase of 2.3% compared to last year. The champion at Barcelona will be taking home a hefty cheque of €477,795, which is also a 2.3% increase compared to what Carlos Alcaraz won when he secured his first Trofeo Conde de Godo crown last year.

The runner-up will receive €254,825, while the semifinalists will walk away with a significant amount of €132,190, both also showing a 2.3% increase from last year.

As we move down the rounds, the prize money remains enticing. The quarterfinalists will receive €69,020, while those who make it to the third round will earn €36,365. Even players who reach the second and first rounds will be rewarded with €19,910 and €10,615, respectively, all with a 2.3% increase compared to the previous year.

But the prize money doesn’t stop there. Even players who participate in the qualifying rounds will get their share. Those who are eliminated in the second qualifying round (Q2) will earn €5,575, while those who are eliminated in the first qualifying round (Q1) will still receive €3,185.

Barcelona Open 2023 Prize Money – Doubles

So, it’s clear that the Barcelona Open offers attractive prize money across different rounds, making it a lucrative opportunity for tennis players to showcase their skills and compete for some impressive cash rewards. The same remains true in the doubles event where Kevin Kraweitz/Andreas Miles look to defend their title and profit from the prize money.

The path to success is shorter in the doubles event with only four matches taking the teams to the finals. It will start a day later on April 18 and offers lucrative rewards. The winning partnership in the 2023 edition will receive a total of €167,240, which is a 2.3% increase compared to the previous year. The losing finalists will be awarded €89,190 while the semifinalists will earn €45,120. The quarterfinalists will take home €22,560 and those who are eliminated in the first round will still take home €11,680.

It’s worth noting that the prize money offered to the winners in the 2020 event was larger at €172,720. The Barcelona Open organizers had to bring it down to €58,500 during the pandemic and it has seen a steady increase in subsequent editions.

Barcelona Open – Where to Watch?

Tennis fans around the world can follow the exciting action of the 2023 Barcelona Open through various broadcasters. In the United States and its territories, the Tennis Channel and TC Plus offer live coverage of the tournament and exclusive content with a subscription plan priced at $14.99 per month.

Viewers in Australia, the Middle East, and several countries in Asia can catch all the live coverage on beIN Sports, while Canadian fans can tune in to TSN for real-time updates.

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Amazon Prime provides the convenience of streaming the Barcelona Open on preferred devices with a monthly subscription cost of £8.99. For more details on how to follow the tournament, here are more live streaming and TV options.

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