Who Pays For Tennis Players’ Hotel Accommodations?

Have you wondered who pays for the loading costs of tennis players?

Main draw players get a complimentary double room (2 beds). The room must be occupied by the registered players. Some tournaments offer houses instead of hotel rooms.

Top players have a lot of staff – coaches, physiotherapists, and nutritionists. The tournament only pays for the player’s lodging, the players foot the bill for the staff.

ATP Tour Master 1000 tournaments Main Draw Players

Singles players get a room the Friday before the tournament begins and are guaranteed a room for 7 nights (even if the player loses before the 7 days). Beyond 7 days, lodging costs are covered until the night player plays his last match.

ATP Tour Master 500 tournaments main draw players

Singles players get a room the Friday before the tournament begins and are guaranteed a room for 6 nights (even if the player loses before the 6 days). Beyond 6 days, lodging costs are covered until the night player plays his last match.

ATP Tour Master 250 tournaments main draw players

Singles players get a room the Saturday before the tournament begins and are guaranteed a room for 5 nights (even if the player loses before the 5 days). Beyond 5 days, lodging costs are covered until the night player plays his last match.

Challenger Tour tournaments

Singles players get a room the Saturday before the tournament begins and are guaranteed a room for 5 nights (even if the player loses before the 5 days). Beyond 5 days, lodging costs are covered until the night player plays his last match.

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