The upcoming ATP 250 tour men’s competition is announced. The Chile Open will began from 27 February and finals will be held on 5th March 2023. It’s the 25th edition, take place at Santiago, Chile. The surface of the court is clay. It’s also known as Movistar Chile Open based on it’s sponsorship. Pedro Martínez current defending champion of singles and Rafael Matos and Felipe Meligeni Alves are the champions of doubles. Chile Open prize money announced, it’s slightly increased from previous edition.
|Standings||Singles Purse||Doubles Purse|
|Round of 16||$11,280||$3,510|
|Round of 32||$6,895||N/A|
|Qualifiers Round 2||$3,445||N/A|
|Qualifiers Round 1||$1,880||N/A|
|Total Prize Money||$642k|
How Much Winner Earn at Chile Open Prize Money?
The 25th edition of Chile Open confirmed, the prize money hike to $642k this year from which singles winner will earn share of $97k and doubles winner share reported $34k.
How Much Runner-up Earn at Chile Open?
Runner-up in the singles competition received share of $57k and doubles runner-up receive share of $18k.
- The two semi finalist who got knockout from the competition will receive share of $33k in singles and $10k in doubles.
- Quarter finalist prize money reported $19.4k for four players who got knocked out and doubles share is $6k almost.
More details regarding Movistar Chile Open prize money provided here if there is any change to it. Currently hike in the prize money can be seen further hike will be in future competition of 2024. Open 13 and Qatar Open are the past ATP 250 series. Hubert Hurkacz won Open 13 and Daniil Medvedev win’s Qatar Open the results reported only for singles competition.