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Houston US Men’s Clay Court Championships Prize Money

US Men's Clay Court Championships Prize Money
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The first time US Men’s Clay Court was held was in 1910. The 53 edition of the competition will play from April 03 to April 09 2023. The Houston Men’s Clay Court play at River Oaks Country Club.

The tournament is hosted in Houston, Texas, USA. The total payout for the US Men’s Clay Court has been announced.

US Men’s Clay Court Championships Prize Money

The total prize money of the US Men’s Court Championships has been growing yearly. The total payout fixed for US Men’s Clay Court 2023 is $718k. This year’s prize money has an 18.9% increase compared to last year’s prize money.

The Single Houston round winner will receive $97,760, and the doubles champions will get a $33,960 prize share. The single runner-up will earn a $57k prize, and the doubles runner-ups will take $18k prize money.

The sem-finalist of the event player will earn a $33k prize, and the doubles semi-finalists will get $10k. The 4th place single player will award the $19k prize, and the doubles players will get a $6k payout.

Position Singles Prize Doubles Prize
Winner $97,760 $33,960
Runner-up $57,025 $18,170
Semifinal $33,525 $10,660
Quarterfinal $19,425 $5,950
Round 2 $11,280 $3,510
Round 1 $6,895
Q2 $3,445
Q1 $1,880

US Men’s Clay Court Championships Prize Money 2022

In the 2022 Houston Men’s Clay Court, the $594k prize money was split among the players. The winners of the singles stage got $90k, and the doubles champions got $31.5k prize money. The single runner-up got a 52k prize, and the doubles runner-ups received a $16k payout.

Position Singles Prize Doubles Prize
Winner $90,495 $31,440
Runner-up $52,790 $16,820
Semifinal $31,035 $9,860
Quarterfinal $17,985 $5,510
Round 2 $10,440 $3,250
Round 1 $6,380
Q2 $3,190
Q1 $1,740

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US Men’s Clay Court Championship Payout History

Year Total Prize Money
2023 $718,245
2022 $594k
2021 Not Held
2020 Not Held
2019 $583k
2018 $557k
2017 $535,k
2016 $515k
2015 $488k
2014 $474k
2013 $455k
2012 $442k
2011 $442k
2010 $442k
2009 $442k
2008 $411k
2007 $391k
2006 $355k
2005 $355k
2004 $355k
2003 $355k
2002 $375k
2001 $325k
2000 $325k
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