2024 ATP prize money leaders: Jannik Sinner No 1, Carlos Alcaraz climbs, Novak Djokovic enters top 10

Ewan West
Jannik Sinner with the Australian Open trophy
Jannik Sinner of Italy poses with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup after winning the Australian Open

Jannik Sinner remains top of the ATP prize money earners list in 2024, while Alexander Zverev is still in second place after his French Open final run. 

Carlos Alcaraz has climbed to third on the list after his Roland Garros triumph, while Novak Djokovic has entered the top 10. There are 23 players who have cracked $1 million mark in 2024.

Andy Murray sits in 95th place on $387,752 ($27,370 from doubles), while his fellow tennis legend Rafael Nadal is in 133rd position with $246,785 ($810 from doubles).

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ATP top 10 prize money earners in 2024

10) Hubert Hurkacz – $1,825,251 ($18,101 from doubles)

Hubert Hurkacz secured his lone title this year at the Estoril Open ATP 250 tournament in April — his eighth career title and first at a clay-court event.

The Pole kicked off his 2024 campaign with a run to the last eight of the Australian Open and he was also a quarter-finalist at the Masters 1000 event in Rome. The world No 8 reached the fourth round at the French Open.

9) Novak Djokovic – $1,851,615

Novak Djokovic is yet to reach a final in 2024, but the tennis legend moved into the top 10 in terms of prize money earners after the French Open.

The 37-year-old earned $443,886 for his run to the last eight at Roland Garros, while he claimed $669,735 for reaching the Australian Open semi-finals. The Serbian has also made last four appearances at the Monte Carlo Masters and the Geneva Open.

8) Andrey Rublev – $2,212,940 ($32,655 from doubles)

Andrey Rublev started his 2024 campaign by claiming the ATP 250 crown at the Hong Kong Open, before he made a run to the last eight of the Australian Open.

The world No 6 received his biggest pay-out of the year so far — $1,025,144 — for winning the Masters 1000 title in Madrid in May.

7) Alex de Minaur – $2,279,165 ($33,149 from doubles)

Alex de Minaur enjoyed considerable success at ATP 500 tournaments in February with strong runs at the Rotterdam Open and the Mexican Open.

The Australian was a runner-up in Rotterdam, before he defended his title in Acapulco. The world No 9 also reached the quarter-finals at both the Monte Carlo Masters and Roland Garros.

6) Stefanos Tsitsipas – $2,741,941 ($103,618 from doubles)

World No 11 Stefanos Tsitsipas was rewarded with $990,052 for winning his only title of the 2024 season to date at the Monte Carlo Masters in April.

The Greek was also a runner-up at the Barcelona Open the following week and he completed a strong clay-court campaign with quarter-final runs at the Italian Open and the French Open.

5) Daniil Medvedev – $2,863,434 ($16,241 from doubles)

World No 5 Daniil Medvedev was a finalist at the Australian Open in his first event of the season, with his run at the Melbourne Grand Slam netting him $1,166,963.

The Russian then claimed $585,000 for his runner-up effort at the Indian Wells Open in March, while he was also a semi-finalist at the Miami Masters and a quarter-finalist in Madrid.

4) Casper Ruud – $3,164,785 ($21,635 from doubles)

Casper Ruud was a finalist at back-to-back hard court events in Mexico in February: the Los Cabos Open ATP 250 and the Mexican Open ATP 500 in Acapulco.

The Norwegian then earned $540,638 for his Monte Carlo runner-up showing, before claiming $524,085 for winning the Barcelona Open title. The current world No 7 also reached the semi-finals at Roland Garros.

3) Carlos Alcaraz – $4,517,181

Carlos Alcaraz earned $1,100,000 for winning the Indian Wells Masters in March — his first title since Wimbledon last year.

The Spaniard, who is the current world No 2, was a quarter-finalist at the Australian Open, the Miami Open and the Madrid Open.

The 21-year-old then secured a huge $2,567,051 paycheque for claiming his first French Open title and third Grand Slam crown overall.

2) Alexander Zverev – $4,632,574 ($116,097 from doubles)

Alexander Zverev earned $1,033,165 from his triumph at the Italian Open, while he also reached the last four at both the Australian Open and the Miami Open.

The world No 4 secured $1,283,525 — his biggest pay-out of the season — for his runner-up result at the French Open.

In addition, Zverev has raked in $116,097 from his doubles success — the highest total among the top 20 earners. The German was also a doubles finalist at the Monte Carlo Masters with partner Marcelo Melo.

1) Jannik Sinner – $5,162,330 ($24,596 from doubles)

Jannik Sinner has been the standout ATP player in 2024 so far and this is reflected by the $5,162,330 he has collected in prize money this year.

The 22-year-old Italian received $2,130,975 for winning his maiden Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in January, before adding $430,260 for his Rotterdam Open triumph in February.

The world No 1 earned a further $1,100,000 for his Miami Open title run in March, while he has also reached semi-finals at Indian Wells, Monte Carlo and Roland Garros.

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