The Paris Masters 2013 takes place from October 28 to November 3 at the Palais Omnisports in Bercy. This ATP Masters 1000 event has a total financial commitment of € 3,204,745. The defending champion is David Ferrer of Spain who defeated Poland’s Jerzy Janowicz in last year’s final.
Here’s the Paris Masters Tennis 2013 Prize Money Breakdown & Ranking Points:
Winner: €522,100 plus 1000 ranking points
Finalist: €256,000 plus 600 ranking points
Semifinalist: €128,850 plus 360 ranking points
Quarterfinalist: €65,520 plus 180 ranking points
3rd Round: €34,020 plus 90 ranking points
2nd Round: €17,940 plus 45 ranking points
1st Round: €9,685 plus 10 ranking points
The winner of the doubles event will receive €155,400.
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