How many points does a Grand Slam award?
ATP Points Table
|ATP World Tour Masters 1000
|ATP World Tour 500
|ATP World Tour 250
52 weeks The points earned in each tournament will therefore be valid for 52 weeks, after which they will lapse, with the exception of points scored in the ATP Finals, which will be removed before the end of year event of the following season.
Points are counted using ordinary numbering. The set is won by the player who has scored at least seven points in the tie-break and at least two points more than his opponent. ... In the set score, break-even points and game count are sometimes shown, for example 7–6 10–8.
It is necessary for a player to possess a level such as to play Challengers and reach a position around the no. 250 ATP, in order to try the qualifications in the Grand Slams and thus get in touch with tennis of the highest level.
Points are awarded to the winner of the tournament and to the losers of the indicated rounds, including qualifiers except for ITF Series tournaments. A player from the main draw who has passed through the qualifiers receives a bonus to be added to the points he will receive based on subsequent results.
This is the fourth most important circuit, after the Grand Slam tournaments, the ATP Finals and the Masters 1000. The series consists of thirteen tournaments, which provide for the assignment of 500 points to each winner.
|U.S. Open 2020
|31 August - 13 September
|Grand Slam (ITF)