EUR 5,779,335 is the overall prize pool of the 2023 edition of the Masters 1000 Rolex Paris Masters, formerly called the Paris-Bercy tournament. The prize money has been revised upwards, with an increase of 6.72% compared to the previous edition. The winner of the tournament will receive 892,590 Euros, and the losing finalist will receive 487,420 Euros. Last year these amounts were €836,355 and €456,720 respectively.
In detail, the loser in the semi-final will still win the generous amount of €266,530, while in the quarter-final the bonus amount will be €145,380. The qualification table has also been revised upwards. Losing in the first round will bring 23,100 euros (compared to 21,650 euros in 2022), losing in the second round will bring 41,700 euros (compared to 39,070 euros in 2022) and finally losing in the third round will bring 77,760 euros (compared to 72 865 euros in 2022). .
Since the end of the Covid crisis, the organizers have revised their allocations upwards: €3,151,145 in 2020, meaning €5,779,335 in 2023, then reduced to €2.6 million for the post-Covid version in 2021.
This year, too, the best players will meet at the Accor Arena, one of the biggest indoor tournaments of the year and the last Masters 1000 of the season. A tournament that will be moving soon. The Ile-de-France tournament will take place for the 40th time in 2025, at the Défense Arena in Nanterre, at the other end of the capital. This event has occupied the Accor Arena in Bercy since its inception in 1986. Last year Holger Rune won the final against Novak Djokovic after a high quality match.