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Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas hit major career prize money milestones after Monte Carlo
Medvedev is the 11th man in ATP history to surpass $30 Million, while Tsitsipas is the 17th to reach $25 Million.
Published Apr 17, 2023
Two of the biggest names in tennis today—Daniiil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas—have both set major career prize money milestones following the Rolex Monte Carlo Masters.
Medvedev, currently No. 4 on the ATP rankings, earned 145,380 Euros for his quarterfinal showing in Monte Carlo, which pushes him past the $30 Million mark for career prize money.
He’s the 11th man in ATP history to surpass $30 Million.
Tsitsipas, No. 5 this week, earned a total of 157,770 Euros in Monaco—145,380 for a quarterfinal showing in singles and 12,390 for reaching the round of 16 in doubles alongside his brother, Petros. That pushes the Greek past the $25 Million mark.
He’s the 17th man in ATP history to surpass $25 Million, and this prize money haul actually bumps him from No. 17 to No. 15 on the ATP’s all-time list, passing Boris Becker and Kei Nishikori.
ATP ALL-TIME CAREER PRIZE MONEY LEADERS:
1] Novak Djokovic ($167,099,576)
2] Rafael Nadal ($134,640,719)
3] Roger Federer ($130,594,339)
4] Andy Murray ($63,635,379)
5] Pete Sampras ($43,280,489)
6] Stan Wawrinka ($35,757,325)
7] Alexander Zverev ($33,671,581)
8] David Ferrer ($31,483,911)
9] Marin Cilic ($31,200,667)
10] Andre Agassi ($31,152,975)
11] Daniil Medvedev ($30,032,109)
12] Tomas Berdych ($29,491,328)
13] Dominic Thiem ($29,487,951)
14] Juan Martin del Potro ($25,896,046)
15] Stefanos Tsitsipas ($25,141,768)