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The Paris Masters is the last tournament of the Masters Series on the ATP calendar. The best tennis players will fight for the prestigious trophy at the Rolex Paris Masters tournament that will take place from October 30 to November 5 at the Accor Arena in the French capital.
Paris Masters prize money and Ranking Points – Singles
The total budget for the Rolex Paris Masters prize money is €5,779,335.
Most of that will be split between the 32 singles players that will compete during the following week. The singles tournament winner will earn €892,590 and 1,000 ATP points.
The runner-up will earn €487,420 and 600 ATP points, while the semifinalists will leave with €266,530 and 360 ATP points each.
The players who finish their participation in the quarterfinals of the tournament will earn €145,380 and 180 ATP points each. Those who will be defeated in the third round will get €77,760 and 90 ATP points each, while those who will be eliminated after the second round €41,700 and 45 ATP points.
The players who will exit after the opening round, will earn €23,100 and 10 ATP points.
The players who will make it to the second qualifying round will earn €11,830 while those will lose in the first qualifying round will take home €6,200 and no ATP points.
Paris Masters prize money and Ranking Points – Doubles
The doubles that will win the Paris Masters tournament will earn €273,850 and 1,000 ATP points.
The runner-ups will earn €148,760 and 600 ATP points. The doubles that will end up losing in the semifinal round will earn €81,720 and 360 ATP points.
The doubles that will end the tournament in the quarterfinals will earn €45,080 and 180 ATP points, while those who will be out after the second round will cash in €24,780 and 90 ATP points. Each of the doubles that will fail in the opening round will earn €13,530 and 45 ATP points.
Paris Masters History and Previous Winners
The Paris Masters was founded in 1969 as the French Covered Court Championships. This will be the 51st edition of the tournament since it wasn’t organized in 1971, 1983, 1984 and 1985. In 1989, it was upgraded to become one of the tournaments of the Grand Prix Tour. From 2003 to 2016, the tournament was known as the BNP Paribas Masters and since 2017 it is called Rolex Paris Masters.
Novak Djokovic is by far the most successful player at the Paris Masters. The Serbian holds the record with 6 titles in Paris. He won his first one in 2009 defeating Gael Monfils 6–2, 5–7, 7–6 in one of the best matches this tournament has ever seen. Djokovic won three consecutive titles from 2013 to 2015 and his last trophy was in 2021.
Djokovic also holds the record for the most finals appearances with 8. The two finals that he lost were in 2018 to Karen Khachanov and last year against Holger Rune.
The 24-time Grand Slam winner holds the record with the most matches played with 54 and most wins with 45. He has also played the most editions of the tournament 17, and he has the same number when it comes to consecutive wins.
When it comes to the doubles competition, Bob and Mike Bryan hold the record with 4 titles.
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