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Mexican Open Prize Money 2023

ATP Acapulco Mexican Open Prize Money
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The 2023 Mexican Open is the 30th season of the ATP 500 series which will play from 27 Feb to 5 March 2023. Abierto Mexicano Telcel 2023 will take place at Arena GNP Seguros in Acapulco, Mexico. Acapulco Open is also famous as Abierto Mexicano Telcel Presentado Por HSBC because of the sponsorships. The payout for the 2023 Mexico Open is announced.

Mexican Open Prize Money 2023

The total prize share for the 2023 season increased by 20% as to the previous prize pool. The prize share of $2 million has been set for the 2023 edition.

The winner of the single competition will earn a $376k prize and the runner-up will take a $202 prize pool. The single semi-finalist will receive $108k prize money and Quarter-finalist will get a $55k prize share.

Standings Singles Prize Doubles Prize
Winner $376,620 $123,710
Runner-up $202,640 $65,980
Semi-Finalist $108,000 $33,380
Quarter Finalist $55,170 $16,690
Round of 16 $29,455 $8,640
Round of 32 $15,710
Qualifiers Round 2 $8,050
Qualifiers Round 3 $4,515
Total Prize Money $2m

In 2023 Acapulco doubles champions will get a  Prize Money of $123k. The doubles runner-ups will take the $65k prize share in their hands. The 3rd position doubles winners players will put the $33k prize pool into their pockets.

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Mexican Open Prize Money 2022

Standings Singles Prize Double Prize
Winner $314,455 $103,080
Runner-up $169,500 $54,970
Semifinal $89,985 $27,810
Quarterfinal $45,975 $13,920
Round 2 $24,540 $7,030
Round 1 $13,090
Q2 $6,705
Q1 $3,765

ATP Acapulco Prize Money History

Year Prize Share
2023 $2m
2022 $1.6m
2021 $1.5m
2020 $1.8m
2019 $1.7m
2018 $1.6m
2017 $1.4m
2016 $1.4m
2015 $1.4m
2014 $1.3m
2013 $1.2m
2012 $1.1m
2011 $1.1m
2010 $955k
2009 $1m
2008 $769k
2007 $732k
2006 $665k
2005 $618k
2004 $627k
2003 $665k
2002 $700k
2001 $700k
2000 $700k
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