Some folks are going to make serious mint like they’re a high-ranking bank executive once everything is said and done at the 2017 ATP Citi Open this week. Past champions like Gael Monfils and Kei Nishikori are part of a competitive field that also includes top seed Dominic Thiem and Milos Raonic, all eyeing the biggest chunk of total purse. Gather ‘round and see how money is going to be distributed in Washington.
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2017 ATP Citi Open and Prize Breakdown
Prize Money Table
When a tournament is sponsored by a bank, it’s a dead giveaway that prizes are going to be huge. And that’s the case at the 2017 ATP Citi Open in Washington, where competitors aren’t just going to joust each other for the right to take home the 500 ATP Tour points for the champion but for the $355,460 top prize as well. Making the finals of the event would guarantee a player a sum of $174,265, while those getting knocked out in the first round will still pocket $6,600. Unfortunately, Bernard Tomic isn’t part of the field so we wouldn’t know if that relatively paltry prize will motivate him enough to avoid tanking.
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