Men’s organization ATP announced far-reaching reforms

Men's organization ATP announced far-reaching reforms

In addition, future profits are to be divided equally between the tournament and the players. It was announced by the professional organization ATP. A second phase is to follow, summarized under the title “OneVision”, the reform plans decided after two years of negotiations.

A key point is the expansion of the Masters series to five tournaments, the second largest category after the four Grand Slams in Australia, Paris, Wimbledon and New York. As in Indian Wells and Miami in the United States, from next year there will be 96 participants in Madrid, Rome and Shanghai, instead of the previous 56. To this end, tournaments, some of which also feature women at the same time, will be increased from eight days to twelve.

In 2025, a Masters tournament is to be held in Canada, where Montreal and Toronto are played alternately, and in Cincinnati with even larger arenas.

prize money should increase

The prize money in these events is set to increase by 35 percent from 2022 to 2025. In addition, at the end of the year 30 professionals will be able to enjoy bonus payments instead of the previous twelve, and up to 140 professionals will benefit from the new profit distribution, depending on the economic success of the individual tournament. Professionals should be informed about this in a transparent manner.

In addition, it aims to generate higher revenue through increased marketing of data. In recent years, players from the lower echelons of Grand Slam tournaments have already received more prize money for the first round to be able to make a better living out of tennis.

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In the second phase of reforms, the ATP is striving for even more joint efforts with the women’s professional organization, the World Federation of ITF and the four Grand Slam tournaments.

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