The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for singles 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 players get automatic byes into the second round and only have to win six matches to be the champion and win the top prize money. All prize money shown is not cumulative, players only earn the money for the round they advance to.
Prize money has been converted from euros to dollars.
Prize money for tennis players at 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters
- Winner - $761,298
The winner of the 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters will earn a cool $761,298.
- Runner-Up - $373,230
The runner-up at the 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters will earn $373,230.
- Semifinalists - $187,870
The two semifinalists at the 2014 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters will each earn $187,870.
- Quarter-Finalists - $95,530
The four players not advancing beyond the quarters this year will each earn $95,530.
- Third Round - $49,609
Players losing in the third round each earn $49,609.
- Second Round - $26,153
Advancing and losing in the second round is worth $26,153 for each player.
- First Round - $14,124
Players who just show up and lose in the first round each earn $14,124.
Qualifying Prize Money
The Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters also pays out money to qualifiers for the tournament.
- First Round - $1,657
Player who lose their first qualifying match each earn $1,657 just for playing.
- Second Round - $3,252
Players who advance to the second qualifying round and then lose each earn $3,252.
- Third Round - $14,124
Players who win third qualifiers advance to the main tournament and are guaranteed at least $14,124, the first round payout to players who lose in that round.