ATP Tour, Challenger Tour payouts up by $37.5m in 2023

Carlos Alcaraz of Spain holds the ATP World Tour No. 1 trophy at the ATP Finals. (Getty Images)

Men's tennis' ATP Tour and the ATP Challenger Tour player compensation will rise by $37.5m (€36.2m) in 2023 to $217.9m, marking the largest single-season increase for the men's tour.

The ATP Tour alone will go up $18.6m, with Masters 1000 tournaments in Madrid, Rome, and Shanghai each increasing to 12-day events from eight.

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