Last Updated on October 22, 2023
The ATP Swiss Indoors Basel 2023 is gearing up to be a tennis spectacle with prize money of €2,196,000 and star-studded entries like Holger Rune and Casper Ruud. Taking place from October 23-29 at the St. Jakobshalle Arena, the champion will pocket €410,660. Want to know who else is competing and how the prize money stacks up? Read our full article for all the details.
The 2023 Swiss Indoors men’s tennis event will be on indoor hard courts in Basel. It’s the 52nd edition, taking place at the St. Jakobshalle from 23 to 29 October as part of the ATP Tour 500 series. This arena, which can hold 9,000 spectators, opened in 1976 and has hosted the Swiss Indoors since 1995. Past champions at this prestigious event include tennis greats like Ivan Lendl, John McEnroe, Roger Federer (who won it 10 times), and Novak Djokovic.
ATP Swiss Indoors Basel Prize Money
The prize money purse at the ATP Basel Open has seen a small increase for the 2022 tennis season. The total prize money on offer has reached an all-time high of €2,196,000, which is a 2.84% increase from 2022. The champion in Basel will receive just over 18% of that total – €410,660 if he wins the trophy. The runner-up will also receive a healthy payout, pocketing €220,950 for his efforts. There is a significant drop off in prize money after the semi-final stage, with the two losing players in that round taking home €117,760 each. Those eliminated in the quarter-finals will receive €60,165 for their efforts. First-round losers will walk away with €17,130
The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the ATP 500 event in Basel this year.
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Holger Rune Will head the Swiss Indoors Basel Entry List
The event will feature the participation of notable figures of Swiss tennis such as Dominic Stricker, Leandro Riedi.
In singles, the trophy will be contested by 32 athletes, while 16 will take part in the doubles event. Denmark’s Holger Rune and Norway’s Casper Ruud became the first seeds at ATP Basel Open.
Carlos Alcaraz announced on Instagram that he’s pulling out of the Swiss Indoors Basel because of a foot injury and back muscle fatigue. “Sadly, I can’t play in Basel this year,” Alcaraz wrote. “I have an issue with my left foot and my lower back needs treatment. I’m aiming to play the rest of the season. Hope to see everyone soon!”
The last event in 2022 was won by Felix Auger-Aliassime, beating Holger Rune in the final. Auger-Aliassime was thrilled at the chance to join Federer, his childhood hero, as a Basel champion. Federer won the tournament 10 times in his hometown. “I thought about him today,” Auger-Aliassime said. “Winning where he did 10 times is cool. I’m not there yet, but having my name with these champions is special. Holding that trophy will feel amazing.” A Canadian tennis player, Felix Auger-Aliassime, will defend his title this year.
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Swiss Indoors Basel Prize Money History
In the table below you can see how the prize money has changed in the last 10 draws of this tournament.
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ATP Swiss Indoors Basel Ranking Points
The below tables give you a full breakdown of ranking points across the ATP 500 event in Basel.
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How much does the winner earn at the Swiss Indoors Basel?
The champion of the Swiss Indoors Basel in 2023 will receive a prize of €410,660 which is equivalent to $389,048.
How much does the runner-up earn at the Swiss Indoors Basel?
In 2023, the player finishing second at the Swiss Indoors Basel will be awarded €220,950, converting to about $209,322.
Where is the Swiss Indoors Basel?
The Swiss Indoors Basel is held at St. Jakobshalle Arena at St. Jakobs-Strasse 390, 4052 Basel, Switzerland.
Is the Swiss Indoors Basel an ATP 500 tournament?
Yes, the Swiss Indoors Basel is classified as an ATP 500 tournament, which is part of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour.
What is the surface of the Swiss Indoors Basel?
The surface of the Swiss Indoors Basel is hard. This tournament is played outdoors at the St. Jakobshalle in Basel, Switzerland.
When is the Swiss Indoors Basel?
The Swiss Indoors Basel 2023 will be played from 23–29 October 2023.
Who won the ATP Swiss Indoors Basel 2022?
- Men’s singles: Felix Auger-Aliassime
- Men’s doubles: Ivan Dodig, Austin Krajicek
What is the Swiss Indoors Basel?
The Swiss Indoors Basel is an indoor hard-court ATP 500 tennis tournament