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2017 ATP Miami Open Purse and Prize Money Breakdown

2017 ATP Miami Open Purse and Prize Money Breakdown

Even with Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray pulling out, this year’s installment of the Miami Open has the makings of a classic, and one where the eventual winner is guaranteed to bring home at least a million dollars. Read on below for a full prize money breakdown of the year’s second Masters 1000 event.

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2017 ATP Miami Open presented by Itau Prize Money Breakdown

Winner $1,175,505
Finals $573,680
Semifinals $287,515
Quarterfinals $146,575
Round of 16 $77,265
Round of 32 $41,350
Round of 64 $22,325
Round of 96 $13,690

As mentioned earlier, the overall winner in Miami is expected to be a million dollars richer—$1, 175,505 to be exact. That’s a relatively big increase in earnings from last year, when the champion—Djokovic—got $1,028,300 in earnings. But we’ll be crowning a new champ this year for sure.

Those who reach at least the quarterfinals, meanwhile, should be quite happy with the amount that they’ll be receiving, too. The final eight are getting almost $150,000, while the semifinalists and runner-up are obviously given a lot more.

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