Do players receive points or money when they lose in qualifying

10-09-2011, 05:16 PM
in either futures, challengers, atp250 or 500s, masters series or slams?

10-09-2011, 05:19 PM
In bigger events i believe they do.

10-09-2011, 05:26 PM
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.

10-09-2011, 05:28 PM
US Open example:

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

Third Round Losers (16)

Second Round Losers (32)

First Round Losers (64)

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

10-09-2011, 05:31 PM
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)


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


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


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