The newly developed ATP profit-sharing system, which will be implemented through OneVision in 2022 and

will allow players to partake in the financial gains of the ATP Masters 1000 events, will support increases.

Grand Slam prize money increases for 2023 have not yet been declared, which would further raise the player pay amounts.

The highest one-year rise in player remuneration in ATP history has been announced.

A record-breaking $217.9 million will be paid out in ATP Tour and ATP Challenger Tour competitions for the 2023 season thanks to the $37.5 million increase.

A total of $18.6 million more in on-site prize money will be awarded to players throughout the ATP Tour,

with three ATP Masters 1000 tournaments seeing their lengthened from eight to twelve days.

The number of days of competition and playing opportunities at premier ATP tournaments will -

increase in 2025 because to the addition of two more ATP Masters 1000 events.

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