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Do players receive points or money when they lose in qualifying

in either futures, challengers, atp250 or 500s, masters series or slams?
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Re: Do players receive points or money when they lose in qualifying

In bigger events i believe they do.

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But he lost 23 times against you.
's right. We have to also throw into the mix. But I do not think it is currently the decisive factor. But he has achieved in my opinion too much. Maybe this is crucial if I move him even closer after major victories. But 14 or 17 Grand Slam titles is a significant difference. At the present time there is no question that he must be the greater player than me.

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Re: Do players receive points or money when they lose in qualifying

Yes. It's different prize money or points for different tournaments for sure. If you lose in the final round of Masters series qualifying you take 14 points and 700-800 $, if you lose in the ATP 250 first round of qualifying you take 0 point and 100-150 $ prize money.

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Re: Do players receive points or money when they lose in qualifying

US Open example:

Men's and Women's Singles Qualifying (128 Draws)

Third Round Losers (16)
$8,000

Second Round Losers (32)
$5,625

First Round Losers (64)
$3,000

Player losing the first round in the main draw gets $19,000...


So you won't get rich losing in the qualies that's for sure
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Re: Do players receive points or money when they lose in qualifying

Futures: No points unless they win R1 in the main draw. No money unless they make the main draw.

Challengers: No points or money unless they qualify. If they qualify they get first round money and about 5 points for qualifying, it depends on the level of challenger (between 50k and 125k)

ATP250

QR1: 0 points, $0
QR2: 0 points, $425
Qualifying Finalist: 6 points, $885
Qualifier: 12 points, $5,500

ATP500

QR1: 0 points, $470
Qualifying Finalist: 10 points, $900
Qualifier: 20 points, $7,585

ATP1000

QR1: 0 points, $1000
Qualifying Finalist: 14 points, $2000
Qualifier: 25 points, $8,570

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