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How much prize money did Alexander Zverev win at the 2024 Italian Open?

Here’s the Italian Open prize money breakdown for the winner, Alexander Zverev, who beat runner-up Nicolas Jarry.

Here’s the Italian Open prize money breakdown for the winner, Alexander Zverev, who beat runner-up Nicolas Jarry.

The Italian Open closed out with a victory for Alexander Zverev, who beat runner-up Nicolas Jarry 6-4, 7-5.

His first title of the year, the Italian Open was Zverev’s second win in Rome and his sixth time as a winner at the 1000 Masters. “Obviously winning my first ever [Masters] here in Rome and winning my first after my injury also in Rome, so Rome is a very special place for me,” Zverev said. “It is a very, very special week.”

He is playing huge and you can see by the players he has beaten here this week,” Zverev told the microphones when asked about his opponent, Jarry. “Playing incredible tennis. I told him if he continues to play like that he will have many chances at this level. Today I am extremely happy to be the winner.”

How much money does Alexander Zverev earn for his triumph on Italian clay? Here’s the full breakdown.

How much prize money does the winner get at the 2024 Italian Open?

According to the official ATP website, Zverev will pocket a tidy €963,225 ($1,047,410) in prize money.

As for the losing finalist, 21st seed Nicolas Jarry, he will receive a prize packet of €512,260 ($557,031). The Chilean fought hard against his German opponent but the form of Zverev was imperious and in the end, he overwhelmed his counterpart on the other side of the net.

Here’s how the Italian Open prize money is spread out amongst the participants:

Italian Open singles prize money:

  • Winner: €963,225 / 1,000 points
  • Finalist: €512,260 / 650 points
  • Semi-finalist: €284,590 / 400 points
  • Quarter-finalist: €161,995 / 200 points
  • Round of 16: €88,440 / 100 points
  • Round of 32: €51,665 / 50 points
  • Round of 64: €30,255 / 30 points
  • Round of 96: €20,360 / 10 points

As for the women’s singles, the numbers are slightly lower in comparison to the men’s game. Iga Swiatek, the winner of the women’s tournament, was awarded €699,690 ($761,995), according to the WTA website, with Aryna Sabalenka taking home €365,015 ($462,272).

Despite Zverev’s success, he still has a long way to go if he wants to make his name as a legend on the clay. That title goes to Rafa Nadal, the Spanish superstar who has won a record 10 times on Italian clay during his long and illustrious career at the elite level of tennis.