How much do Djokovic and Bertens take to win the Mutual?

The prize pool that distributes the Masters 1,000 and Madrid Premier Mandatory is one of the highest in the circuit outside the Grand Slam. Here we break down the quantities.


The Mutua Madrid Open came to an end this Sunday. The Serbian Novak Djokovic and the Dutch Kiki Bertens are the new champions of the Masters 1000 of the ATP and Premier Mandatory of the WTA, maximum categories of tournaments in both circuits below the Grand Slam, and as such they will receive a good sum of money for his victories, which will also be the same in both cases since the prizes in Madrid are parities.

Specifically, Djokovic and Bertens take their victory for 1,202,520 euros. Halep and Tsitsipas, meanwhile, will receive 608,700 euros as finalists; Thiem, Nadal, Bencic and Stephens, 312.215 as semifinalists; the quarterfinalists, 160,920; those who reached eighths, 80,620; those who did not pass the second round, 42.220, and those who stayed at first, 19.805.



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