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ATP Japan Open Prize Money | Japan Open Tennis Championships Payout Breakdown

Japan Open Prize Money
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The Japan Open is a men’s professional tennis event held annually in Tokyo, Japan. It is part of the ATP Tour 500 series and is one of Asia’s most extended ATP events. The competition is played on outdoor hard courts.

This year, the event will headed by the best tennis players like Alexander Zverev, Casper Ruud, Taylor Fritz, and Frances Tiafoe.

Japan Open Prize Money

Rank Singles Payout Doubles Payout
Winner $376,620 $123,710
Runner Up $202,640 $65,980
Semi-Final $108,000 $33,380
Quarter Final $55,170 $16,690
Round 2 $29,455 $8,640
Round 1 $15,710
Q2 $8,050
Q1 $4,515

The total payout for the Japan Open 2023 is $2,013,940, up 3% from last year. The singles champion will receive $376,620, while the runner-up will earn $202,640. The 3rd-place player will take a $108,000 prize share. The 4th-place athlete will receive a $55,170 prize fund.

The winning doubles team will split $123,710, and the runner-up will share $65,980. The Doubles semi-finalists will grab a $33,380 payout each. The Doubles players who take 4th position will get a $16,690 prize money.

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2022 Japan Open Prize Money

Rank Singles Payout Doubles Payout
Winner $365,275 $119,980
Runner Up $182,825 $63,990
Semi-Final $94,840 $32,370
Quarter Final $49,515 $16,190
Round 2 $26,095 $8,380
Round 1 $15,235
Q2 $7,810
Q1 $4,380

Japan Open Total Payout History

Year Total Purse
2023 $2,013,940
2022 $1,953,285
2021 Not Held
2020 Not Held
2019 $1,895,290
2018 $1,781,930
2017 $1,563,795
2016 $1,368,605
2015 $1,263,045
2014 $1,228,825
2013 $1,297,000
2012 $1,280,565
2011 $1,214,500
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