Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2023 Prize Money, Players list, Draw, Schedule

The most important clay court tournament of the season, outside of the Grand Slams, is returning to the beautiful capital city of Italy, Rome. The Italian Open, also known as the Rome Masters, is one of the most televised tennis tournaments around the world, and for a good reason. With the whole of the Top 10 in attendance, and an upgrade to the competition raising it to the level of the Grand Slams and 2 US Masters events, the Italian Open 2023 isn’t a championship you wanna miss out on. Keep on reading to learn more about this event.

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Internazionali BNL d’Italia Tennis Tournament

The Italian Open also called the Rome Masters and currently known as Internazionali BNL d’Italia for sponsorship reasons, is a clay court tennis tournament held in the heart of Italy, Rome. As a Tour-sanctioned event, the tournament is part of both WTA and ATP Tours as a Masters event, the highest tier of tennis competition, besides the Grand Slams. This year will mark a significant milestone in the event’s history as it will hold its 80th edition. It has also been upgraded to the level of the Miami and Indian Wells Masters events this year, with nearly double the usual number of participants.

With a venue set at the Foro Italico, this is one of the few remaining events played on clay courts. The title sponsor for the event is BNL, the 6th biggest bank in Italy which is a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, a bank that has sponsored many other tennis events.

LocationRome, Italy
VenueForo Italico
Tour categoryATP 1000
Prize Money€7,705,780
Draw96 S, 32 D

Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2023 Results

In singles championship, Daniil Medvedev won his first title on clay by defeating Holger Rune 7-5 7-5 in the final of the Masters 1000 in Rome. By winning at Rome, Daniil Medvedev move to 2nd spot in ATP Ranking. 2023 season belongs to Medvedev so far, as he won 5th title of the year and have a eye on Roland Garros French Open 2023 now.

Daniil Medvedev - Italian Open 2023 winner

While in doubles championship, Hugo Nys and Jan Zieliński defeated Robin Haase and Botic van de Zandschulp with a score of 7-5, 6-1, and achieved the Italian Open Title in the Men’s Doubles Category. Winning pair have won their 1st title together.

Hugo Nys and Jan Zieliński

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Italian Open History and Winners

The Italian Open, previously called the Italian Open Championships, held its inaugural edition 93 years ago in 1930. Back then, it was held in Milan at the Tennis Club. The tournament stayed in Milan for a year more years until 1934 as the following year the event moved to the Foro Italico in Rome, it’s current home. It would move one last time again, being held in Turin for the 1961 edition. Following the advent of the Open Era, the tournament was part of the Grand Priz Tennis Tour.

The woman’s Italian Open competition was usually held alongside the men’s but in 1979, the men’s competition was held 2 weeks prior. It shifted twice, once in Perugia for a  few years, then to Taranto. 1987 onwards, it has been held alongside the male competition. The most recent change to the event has to be its upgrade from a week-long event, to one played across 2 weeks, similar to the Indian Wells and Miami Masters.


The previous titlists list for this event is jam-packed with some of the best tennis players of all time. So many world no. 1s and Grand Slam champions have played and won at the Rome Masters. They include Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Andre Agassi, and others. Rafael Nadal holds the record for most titles won at the event with 10, and only player for most consecutive wins 3 times (2005, 06, 07).

YearSingles ChampionDoubles Champions
2023Daniil MedvedevHugo Nys / Jan Zieliński
2022Novak DjokovicNikola Mektić / Mate Pavić
2021Rafael NadalNikola Mektić / Mate Pavić
2020Novak DjokovicMarcel Granollers / Horacio Zeballos
2019Rafael NadalJuan Sebastián Cabal / Robert Farah
2018Rafael NadalJuan Sebastián Cabal / Robert Farah

Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2023 Prize Money

In 2023, total commitment of ATP Rome Masters is €8,637,966 in which prize money will be €7,705,780. The champion will get a cheque of €1,105,265 and doubles title holders will have €382,420 in their bag.

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyATP Points
Round of 16€84,900€29,30090
Round of 32€48,835€15,78045 / 0
2nd Round€27,04525
1st Round€16,34010

Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2023 Draw

The event will have 96 singles and 32 doubles draws that will be released as the tournament progresses. 12 qualifiers will join 84 singles main draw entry in 1st round.

Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2023 Dates, Schedule

The Italian Open 2023 main draw will be held across a week from 26 April-7 May with a qualifying round set for the weekend prior; on the 25th of April.

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The schedule for the event is as follows:

 DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
9th MayRound 1——
10th MayRound 1——
11th MayRound 1Round 1
12th MayRound 2Round 1
13th MayRound 2Round 1
14th MayRound 3Round 2
15th MayRound 3Round 2
16th MayRound 4Quarter Finals
17th MayQuarter FinalsQuarter Finals
18th May——Semi-Finals
19th MaySemi FinalsFinale
20th MayFinale

Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2023 Players List

As expected of a Masters event, the player’s line-up in Rome will create some of the best levels of competitiveness ever seen in tennis events. The impressive line-up is saturated with top players from around the world and this includes the entirety of the Top 10 and many more players in the Top 100.

All top 20 players will be feature in Italian Open 2023 event. following is the tops seed players, singles wild card entries and doubles main entry.

SeedPlayerATP Ranking
1Novak Djokovic1
2Carlos Alcaraz 2
3Casper Ruud 3
4Daniil Medvedev4
5Stefanos Tsitsipas5
6Andrey Rublev6
7Holger Rune7
8Jannik Sinner8
9Felix Auger Aliassime9
10Taylor Fritz10

Remaining Players

PlayerATP Ranking
Karen Khachanov11
Cameron Norrie12
Rafael Nadal13
Frances Tiafoe14
Alexander Zverev15
Pablo Carreno Busta17
Alex De Minaur18
Tommy Paul19
Borna Coric20
Lorenzo Musetti21
Mattero Berrettine23
Grigor Dimitrov25
Sebastian Korda26
Roberto Bautista Agut27
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina28
Daniel Evans29
Denis Shapovalov30
Miomir Kecmanovic31
Francisco Cerundolo32
Botic van de Zandschulp33

Italian Open 2023 Wild Card Entries

Internazionali BNL d’Italia 2023 Doubles Main Entries

SeedPlayerATP Ranking
1Wesley Koolhof / Neal Skupski2
2Rajeev Ram / Joe Salisbury7
3Marcelo Arévalo / Jean-Julien Rojer12
4Nikola Mektić / Mate Pavić13
5Ivan Dodig / Austin Krajicek19
6Lloyd Glasspool / Harri Heliövaara22
7Rohan Bopanna / Matthew Ebden34
8Marcel Granollers / Horacio Zeballos38

Internazionali BNL d’Italia2023 Tickets

A standard single session ticket applies for one day/evening session, and each day of the event is split into 2 sessions, except for during the pre-qualifications round, the training sessions on the 6th and 7th, and 21 May. Besides the single session tickets, 2 packages are also available that cover multiple days of the event. One package covers 10-day time sessions from 8-17 May while the second gives much more coverage, applying for both sessions from 10-21 May. Tickets for the main draw start from €16.50. Corporate hospitality is also provided.

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