2022 Men’s Doubles Prize Money Leaders

The top 100 prize money leaders in Men’s Doubles Tennis have so far won just over $27 million US dollars in earnings for the 2022 ATP Season.

This is much less than the top 100 men’s and women’s singles players have made in 2022 but there are still plenty of tennis professionals who have made the majority of their money from doubles events e.g. Joe Salisbury and Neal Skupski.

2022 Men's Doubles Prize Money Leaders

2022 Men’s Doubles Prize Money Leaders (YTD)

Joe Salisbury currently leads the doubles prize money table with just $1 million US dollars won in Prize money in 2022 to date.

Salisbury is followed by his main doubles partner Rajeev Ram ($988,721) and by the doubles partnership of Wesley Koolhof and Neal Skupski who have earned $913,177 each so far in 2022.

It is no surprise that the top 10 is dominated by players who either won a grand slam men’s doubles title or finished runner up as the prize money at grand slam tournaments is far more than at other smaller tournaments.

#ATP Player$
1Joe Salisbury$1,018,661
2Rajeev Ram$988,721
T3Wesley Koolhof$913,177
T3Neal Skupski$913,177
5Mate Pavic$728,364
6Nikola Mektic$708,760
T7Marcelo Arevalo$666,128
T7Jean-Julien Rojer$666,128
9Matthew Ebden$619,423
10Max Purcell$593,422
11John Isner$591,642
12Michael Venus$466,554
13Nick Kyrgios$462,465
T14Juan Sebastian Cabal$455,467
T14Robert Farah$455,467
16Tim Puetz$448,246
17Horacio Zeballos$446,505
18Marcel Granollers$433,800
19Thanasi Kokkinakis$432,295
20Kevin Krawietz$428,543
21Jamie Murray$411,057
22Andreas Mies$404,744
23Hubert Hurkacz$397,995
24Ivan Dodig$392,136
25Rohan Bopanna$379,454
26Santiago Gonzalez$378,676
27Edouard Roger-Vasselin$377,016
28Austin Krajicek$374,624
29John Peers$366,087
30Simone Bolelli$358,278
31Lloyd Glasspool$357,248
32Harri Heliovaara$349,652
33Jack Sock$329,280
34Fabio Fognini$303,404
35Matwe Middelkoop$300,444
36Andres Molteni$281,801
37Marcelo Melo$270,400
38Jan Zielinski$261,004
39Pedro Martinez$243,365
40Rafael Matos$236,180
41Andrey Golubev$228,242
42Ariel Behar$225,811
43Gonzalo Escobar$223,701
44David Vega Hernandez$219,156
45Maximo Gonzalez$216,955
46Nikola Cacic$198,860
47Fabrice Martin$196,481
48Nicolas Mahut$191,016
49Raven Klaasen$187,057
50Denis Shapovalov$186,091
51Hugo Nys$173,417
52Filip Polasek$173,412
53Stefanos Tsitsipas$168,974
54Tomislav Brkic$168,455
55Bruno Soares$164,972
56Luke Saville$153,430
57Daniel Evans$152,998
58Feliciano Lopez$152,522
59Ben McLachlan$150,372
60Sander Gille$148,880
61Albert Ramos-Vinolas$148,572
62Joran Vliegen$145,408
63Nathaniel Lammons$144,664
64Mackenzie McDonald$139,866
65Diego Schwartzman$133,027
66Tommy Paul$129,501
67Alejandro Davidovich Fokina$129,210
68Szymon Walkow$127,345
69Jackson Withrow$126,317
70Aleksandr Nedovyesov$117,505
71Alexander Bublik$117,390
72Steven Diez$116,046
73Andre Goransson$115,503
74Lorenzo Sonego$113,059
75Andrey Rublev$112,164
76Robin Haase$111,344
77Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi$110,243
78Philipp Oswald$108,763
79Andrea Vavassori$107,169
80Aslan Karatsev$106,640
81Jonny O’Mara$103,452
82Adrian Mannarino$94,692
83Nikoloz Basilashvili$94,149
84Lukasz Kubot$94,036
85Alexander Zverev$93,176
86Hans Hach Verdugo$91,929
87Matej Sabanov$91,025
88Fabien Reboul$88,901
89Francisco Cabral$86,693
90Joao Sousa$85,707
91William Blumberg$85,222
92Karen Khachanov$84,520
93Federico Delbonis$82,251
94Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela$81,697
95Taylor Fritz$80,674
96Denis Kudla$80,443
97Cameron Norrie$80,036
98Felix Auger-Aliassime$78,700
99Ramkumar Ramanathan$77,087
100Hunter Reese$76,236

Page last updated: 13th of October 2022

Information for the table above was sourced from: https://www.protennislive.com/posting/ramr/current_prize.pdf