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How much money does Nadal earn for conquering the Masters 1000 in Rome?

The 'prize money' of the Masters 1000 in Rome, that is, the amount of money distributed by the Italian tournament, has decreased by 39.9% compared to the last edition, due to the pandemic. However, the cut has not affected the prize of the champion, on the contrary, the amount has increased by 19.44%. How much has Rafa Nadal pocketed for proclaiming himself the winner in the final in Rome? Since the Masters 1000 in Rome published the 'prize money' for the 2021 edition, with an audience in the stands since the round of 16 phase, there have been many the comments that arose from the curious way of distributing the prizes. The total prize pool has experienced a decrease of 39.9% compared to the 2020 edition, but that cut has not been the same in all rounds. The tennis players who have fallen in the first rounds have seen their prize decrease more compared to the previous year, while this time the champion has a bigger prize.Nadal is going to pocket for winning the final in Rome this Sunday a sum of 245,085 euros, while last year the figure was 205,200 euros, 19.4% less than this. In the case of Djokovic, due to his status as a finalist in 2021 in Rome, he wins an amount of 145,000 euros, a figure that is lower than the one Diego Schwartzman took last year after caressing the title (150,000 euros the Argentine took). The first, second and third rounds are the ones that have experienced the most cuts with 43.37% (12,000 euros); 52.56% (18,000 euros) and 53.77% (28,000 euros) less than in the previous edition, held last September. Reaching the quarterfinals had a prize of 45,100 euros, while the semifinalists have pocketed 82,300 euros.

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