The China Open has a total prize pool of $3.6 million
Jannik Sinner faces Daniil Medvedev today in the final of the Beijing 2023 ATP tournament. The Italian is chasing his third title of the season with the certainty of rising from seventh to fourth place in the ATP ranking. Also up for grabs today is a large check. The China Open has a total prize pool of $3.6 million.
The winner of the tournament will receive $679,550. Whoever comes out defeated in the final will be able to console themselves with a check for 365,640 dollars, half of the sum guaranteed to the champion. In his career Sinner has already earned 10.9 million dollars in prizes alone. In 2023, the 22-year-old from South Tyrol has pocketed 4.36 million thanks to the results achieved on the pitch.
To these figures, as always for the big names in tennis, must be added the amounts guaranteed by sponsorship contracts, which have a more significant weight. Sinner has become one of the most attractive faces on the circuit for leading brands: from Rolex to Lavazza, from Technogym to Fastweb via Alfa Romeo. At Wimbledon last summer, the Italian also presented himself as an ambassador for Gucci, leaving his mark in the fashion field and bringing to the glorious grass of the All England Club a bag with ‘extreme’ characteristics compared to the rigorous standards of the most traditional in the world.