Monday, November 6, 2017

ATP Tennis Prize Money Up for Grabs at the 2017 Next Generation ATP Finals

The 2017 Next Generation ATP Finals tennis tournament for men players on the ATP circuit is taking place this week from November 7-11, 2017, on the indoor hard courts at the Fiera Milano Stadium located in Milan, Italy. Here is a list of the prize money up for grabs for the men tennis players at the 2017 Next Generation ATP Finals.



The Next Generation ATP Finals is limited to 8 players. The top 7 players in the ATP Race to Milan standings (for players 21 and under only) automatically qualify and the 8th player is an Italian wildcard entry. The 8 players are split into two groups of four and each group plays a round-robin format. The four top players from the round-robin format advance to the semis and then the two winners play for the title.

Total prize money up for grabs at the 2017 Next Generation ATP Finals is $1.275 million. There is set prize money for the winner, runner-up and 3rd and 4th place finishers as listed below plus all the players earn bonus money for round-robin wins and each player gets a $50,000 participation fee just for showing up and playing.

So for each spot listed below players can earn different ranges of prize money as noted. Also as noted below, it's possible for a player to finish in 3rd place and earn as much as the runner-up and quite possible the 4th place finisher will earn more than the 3rd place finisher.


ATP Tennis Prize Money Up for Grabs at the 2017 Next Generation ATP Finals


  • Winner - $335,000 or $390,000

The winner gets $225,00 for the win plus the $50,000 participation fee plus $30,000 for each round-robin win. There is also a $25,000 bonus if the winner wins every match. The winner could potentially win $390,000 if he goes undefeated.

The winner will get $335,000 if he wins two of the three round-robin matches he plays. If the winner wins all three round-robin matches he will get $390,000.


  • Runner-Up - $205,000 or $235,000 or $265,000

The runner-up gets $125,000 for his 2nd place finish plus the $50,000 participation bonus plus $30,000 for each round-robin win. So the runner-up gets $205,000 if he wins one round-robin match, $235,000 for two round-robin wins or $265,000 if he wins all three round-robin matches.


  • Third place - $155,000 or $185,000 or $205,000

The third place finisher gets $75,000 for 3rd place plus the $50,000 participation bonus plus $30,000 for each round robin win. He will get $155,000 or $185,000 or $205,000 depending upon how many round-robin matches he wins. 

Potentially, the third place finisher could earn as much as the runner-up if the runner-up only wins one round-robin match and the 3rd place finisher wins three. That is not likely but it could happen.


  • Fourth place - $130,000 or $160,000 or $190,000

The fourth place finisher gets $50,000 for 4th place plus the $50,000 participation bonus plus $30,000 for each round robin win. He will get $130,000 or $160,000 or $190,000 depending upon how many round-robin matches he wins. It's quite possible the 4th place finisher could end up with more money than the 3rd place finisher if he wins more round-robin matches.


  • 5th thru 8th place - $50,000 to $80,000 each 

Players 5 thru 8 who do not advance beyond the round-robin matches will earn either just the $50,000 participation bonus or $80,000 if they win one round-robin match. Any player winning two round-robin matches would advance to the semis.

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