The 2022 Monte Carlo Masters prize money was announced ahead of the finals weekend

The Monte Carlo Masters have reached the semifinals, but what is the total prize money for those who advance to the finals? How much does the winner get?

The ATP Tour has reached Europe and some of the biggest stars in male tennis are heading to the Principality of Monaco for the Monte Carlo Masters.

Four remain as the tournament advanced to the semi-finals in the first of three clay events on the tour.

How much prize money will the winner of the Monte Carlo Masters receive in 2022? What about the runners-up and losing semi-finalists?

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Monte Carlo Masters prize money

The final four men to stand at the Monte Carlo Masters and receive the highest share of the prize money are as follows:

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Alejandro Davidovich Fokina against Grigor Dmitrov and Stefanos Tsitspas or Alexander Zverev.

In the round of 32 earlier in the week, Fokina knocked Novak Djokovic out of the tournament as the Serb returned to the court.

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The total prize money available for the Monte Carlo Masters in 2022 is €5,415,410 – that’s £4,483,221.48 at current exchange rates. In USD, that’s a whopping $909,386.

Of this, the winner will receive €836,335 or £697,253.97 for their efforts. It’s just north of $900,000.

The runner-up gets just over half the winner’s share of €456,720 – around £380,000 or just under half a million USD.

If you lose in the semifinals, your prize money is still respectable, accounting for more than 200,000 across the board.

It accounts for about €249,000 or £208,000 or $271,000.

The doubles winners will win €256,610 or £213,722, equivalent to $278,803.

Changes from last year

In 2022, the Monte Carlo Masters prize money has returned to pre-pandemic levels.

In 2019, total prize money surpassed €5,000,000 for the first time, but the event was canceled in spring 2020 when the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic hit Europe.

The event returned in 2021, albeit with the total prize money reduced to just over €2 million.

Tsitspas secured the 2021 title, beating Andrey Rublev in the final.

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