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Prize money for doubles tennis players at 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters

Prize money for doubles tennis players at 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters
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The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for doubles tennis players at the 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, which is being played from April 12 to April 20, 2014 on the outdoor clay courts at the Monte Carlo Country Club.

The Monte Carlo Country Club is actually located in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in France, a mile or two northeast of Monte Carlo and Monaco. The Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters is a tennis tournament for men singles and doubles players only, there are no women's matches.

The prize money in Monte Carlo is considerably less than in the four major tennis tournaments played annually, but the top eight ranked doubles teams get automatic byes into the second round and only have to win five matches to be the champions and win the top prize money. All prize money shown is not cumulative, teams only earn the money for the round they advance to.

Prize money has been converted from euros to dollars. The money shown is for doubles teams, so each player earns half the total shown.

Prize money for doubles tennis players at 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters

The winning doubles team earns $235,739, or $117,870 per player.

  • Runners-Up - $115,429

The doubles team runners-up will earn $115,429, or $57715 each.

  • Semifinalists - $57,895

The two teams that lose in the semifinals will each earn $57,895, or $28,948 each.

  • Quarter-finalists - $29,717

Teams that lose in the quarters will each earn $29,717, or $14,859 each.

  • Second Round - $15,365

The top eight ranked doubles team will earn at least $15,365, or $7,683 per player.

  • First Round - $8,098

Doubles teams that lose in the first round will earn $8,098 per team, or $4,049 per player.