- The Miami Open runs March 20-26.
- The Miami Open is the second of nine annual ATP Masters 1000 tournaments.
- Miami Open awards more than $1.2 million to both tournament winners.
Only hours after Indian Wells ended, both the men’s and women’s professional tours are reconvening in Miami for another major tennis tournament.
This time, the draw is the scenes and nightlife of the Miami Open, which is the second major tournament on U.S. soil in as many weeks.
The tennis odds are correspondingly dramatic, featuring major names like Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek.
At the Miami Open, men and women receive equal payouts. That means, for example, that a quarterfinalist in the men’s tournament receives the exact same cash prize as a quarterfinalist in the women’s tournament.
The tour points are slightly different, with the WTA awarding a few more ranking points than the men.
In total, the Miami Open will distribute $17.6 million in prize money to players from both tours — the same amount of money that was up for grabs last week at Indian Wells.
How Much Does the Winner of the Miami Open Make?
The winners of the men’s and women’s 2023 tournaments at the Miami Open will each receive a cash prize of $1,262,220.
Miami Open Tennis Prize Money
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Miami Open Tennis Odds
As of Monday, March 20, Iga Swiatek is the overwhelming favorite to win the women’s singles draw at +175.
Novak Djokovic withdrew from the men’s draw, citing an ongoing vaccination conflict with the U.S. government. The men’s tournament is still playing through qualifying rounds, but favorites are expected to include Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev — the two finalists from last week’s Indian Wells finale.
Both tournaments have futures markets available to bet at the BetMGM online sportsbook.
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