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Prize money for men tennis players in singles play at 2014 Madrid Open

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The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for men tennis players in singles play at the 2014 Madrid Open, which is being played from May 4th to May 11th, 2014, on the outdoor clay courts at La Caja Magica (The Magic Box) tennis stadium located at the Manzanares Park Tennis Center in Madrid, Spain.

The Madrid Open is not considered a major tournament in tennis, but it is an important tennis tournament annually because it offers high prize money and most of the elite players in tennis use the Madrid Open as a tune-up for the French Open. The French Open is the second major of the year in tennis annually, and it is also played on clay courts.

All prize money shown has been converted from euros to dollars. The prize money shown is not cumulative, players only earn the amount shown for the last round they advance to.

Prize money for men tennis players in singles play at 2014 Madrid Open

  • Winner - $969,264

The men's winner of the 2014 Madrid Open in singles play will earn a cool $969,264. That is up 9.4% from the $885,727 that Rafael Nadal earned in 2013 when he won the Madrid Open last year.

  • Runner-Up - $475,255

The runner-up at the 2014 Madrid Open will earn $475,255. That is up 9.4% from the $434,291 that Stanislas Wawrinka earned here last year with his runner-up finish to Rafael Nadal.

  • Semifinalists - $239,257

The two men semifinalists who fail to advance on will each earn $239,257 in 2014 at the Madrid Open. That is up 9.5% from the $218,549 that Tomas Berdych and Pablo Andujar earned at the 2013 Madrid Open when they made the semifinals.

  • Quarter-finalists - $121,630

Reaching the quarter-finals is worth $121,630 in 2014. That is up 9.4% from the $111,143 that Andy Murray, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, David Ferrer, and Kei Nishikori earned here last year by making the quarters.

  • Third Round - $63,159

Players advancing to and losing in the third round will each earn $63,159. Up 9.4% from $57,721 last year.

  • Second Round - $33,300

Second round losers will each earn $33,300 at the 2014 Madrid Open. That is up 9.4% from $30,428 last year.

  • First Round - $17,978

Just for showing up in the first round is worth $17,978 to each player who loses in the first round at the 2014 Madrid Open. That is up 11.3% from $16,154 last year.

Prize money for qualifying rounds at 2014 Madrid Open

  • First Round - $2,109

Players who lost in the first round of the qualifiers at the 2014 Madrid Open got $2,109 just for showing up. That is up 9.4% from $1,928 last year.

  • Second Round - $4,141

Second round losers in the qualifiers each earned $4,141 in 2014. Up 8.6% from $3,815 last year.

Players who won the second round advanced to the first round of the main draw in singles play, where each player was guaranteed to earn at least $17,978, the first round of the main draw prize money.

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