We gave you a few days ago the main lines of the tour proposal made by QSI and the FIP to professional players. Today we are going to go into a bit more detail.

If you World Padel Tour a affirmed yesterday that he had no intention of letting go of his players anytime soon, the circuit project initiated by the FIP and QSI continues on its merry way. Today, it is the detail of the prize-money per tournament that we were able to obtain. This is what should be offered to players.

The prize money system

As we have already said, this circuit project initiated by Nasser Al-Khelaifi offers attractive remuneration for players with three categories of tournaments:

  • The grand slams, with a prize money of 525 000 € by tournament
  • The “1000s”, with a prize money of 250 000 € by tournament
  • The “500s”, with a prize money of 125 000 € by tournament
  • And finally, a End of season Masters with a prize money of 280 000 €

Now let's see in detail what the prize-money offers for each past turn.

Grand Slams (final draw 56 pairs)

  • Last qualifying round: €820 per player
  • Thirty-second: €1 per player
  • Sixteenths: €2 per player
  • Eighth: €5 per player
  • Quarters: €8 per player
  • Semi-finals: €13 per player
  • Final: €23 per player
  • Champions: €47 per player

1000s (final board 48 pairs)

  • Last qualifying round: €625 per player
  • Thirty-second: €859 per player
  • Sixteenths: €1 per player
  • Eighth: €2 per player
  • Quarters: €4 per player
  • Semi-finals: €6 per player
  • Final: €12 per player
  • Champions: €25 per player

500s (final board 32 pairs)

  • Last qualifying round: €469 per player
  • Sixteenths: €820 per player
  • Eighth: €1 per player
  • Quarters: €2 per player
  • Semi-finals: €3 per player
  • Final: €6 per player
  • Champions: €12 per player

For comparison, here is what is currently in effect on the World Padel Tour (amounts per player there too):

Support for gamers

In addition, as we told you in this article, the circuit provides bonuses for players, a pension fund, health insurance, etc.

Now we learn that players who qualify for the main draws will benefit from free accommodation and meals, as well as transport support. For those who are new to qualifying, negotiations are underway to try to obtain preferential rates for flights and hotel.

As we speak, the valuation system for points for tournaments is still under study, and although QSI and the FIP seem to have a keen interest in the ladies, for the moment there is no concrete figures concerning the women's circuit.

Money to win in international competitions

Last but not least, the World Championships by pairs and teams, but also the Continental Cups will now become profitable for the players. A great novelty that should appeal to a good number of international players, since the gains will also prove to be significant:

  • World Cup by nations: €350 in prize money
  • Pairs World Cup: €525 in prize money
  • Continental Cups: €245 in prize money

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