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Spanning the remarkable journey from its inception in 1899 at the Avondale Athletic Club to its current stature as a premier Masters and WTA 1000 tournament, the Cincinnati Open has a special place amongst tennis enthusiasts.
Now recognized as the Western & Southern Open due to its title sponsor’s pivotal role, this esteemed tournament stands as one of the illustrious US Open Series events leading up to the grand finale, the US Open in late August. A handsome amount of money is also on offer, which makes it more enticing for the participants on either side of the aisle.
— Western & Southern Open (@CincyTennis) August 13, 2023
This guide delves into the complete breakdown of the Cincinnati Open’s prize money distribution, offering a comprehensive look at the rewards for participants. Join us as we explore the journey of this esteemed tournament and its pivotal role in shaping the landscape of professional tennis.
Cincinnati Open 2023 prize money – individual event breakdown
As the Western & Southern Open kicks into high gear, the stakes are not only about glory on the courts but also the coveted prize money awaiting the victors. The tournament’s total financial commitment stands at an impressive $7,665,215.
Players will be competing fiercely not only for ranking points but also for their slice of the prize money pie, making every match a crucial step toward securing a portion of the prestigious tournament’s financial rewards. Lets take a look at the individual event breakdown of the Cincinnati Open.
ATP Cincinnati Open – Men’s Singles
In the preceding year, the ATP tournament scaled new heights by offering a record prize money pool of $6,600,000, translating to €6,007,551 and £5,202,582. The victor on the men’s side, Borna Coric, was rewarded with an impressive $1,019,335, while the runner-up, Stefanos Tsitsipas secured a substantial $556,630, marking a notable 5% increase for both compared to the previous year.
- Winner: $1,019,335 Prize Money and 1,000 Ranking Points
- Finalist: $556,630 Prize Money and 600 Ranking Points
- Semi-Final: $304,375 Prize Money and 360 Ranking Points
- Quarter-Finals: $166,020 Prize Money and 180 Ranking Points
- Round of 16: $88,805 Prize Money and 90 Ranking Points
- Round of 32: $47,620 Prize Money and 45 Ranking Points
- Round of 56: $26,380 Prize Money and 10 Ranking Points
- Qualifier 2: $13,515 Prize Money and 16 Ranking Points
- Qualifier 1: $7,080 Prize Money and 0 Ranking Points
ATP Cincinnati Open – Men’s Doubles
In the realm of doubles, the champion pairing’s efforts were rewarded with $312,740, with the runner-up duo sharing a sizeable $169,880—a noteworthy jump of 7.8% over the preceding year. The complete breakdown for the men’s doubles event is as follows.
- Winner: $312,740 Prize Money and 1,000 Ranking Points
- Finalist: $169,880 Prize Money and 600 Ranking Points
- Semi-Final: $93,310 Prize Money and 360 Ranking Points
- Quarter-Finals: $51,470 Prize Money and 180 Ranking Points
- Round of 16 (Round 16): $28,310 Prize Money and 90 Ranking Points
- Round of 28 (R28): $15,450 Prize Money and 0 Ranking Points
- Round of 32 (Round 32): $13,510 Prize Money and 0 Ranking Points
WTA Cincinnati Open – Women’s Singles
The WTA’s prize money witnessed an impressive surge of 10% to reach $2,788,468, which converts to €2,538,565 and £2,198,260. However, despite this surge, it remains approximately 5% lower than its peak in 2019, standing at $2,944,486.
The women’s champion Caroline Garcia earned a commendable $412,000 in the previous edition, with the runner-up Petra Kvitova receiving a substantial $242,800—representing remarkable increases of 61% and 29%, respectively, compared to 2021.
Further details on the distribution of prize money by round for the women’s event are shared below.
- Winner: $454,500 Prize Money and 900 Ranking Points
- Finalist: $267,690 Prize Money and 585 Ranking Points
- Semi-final: $138,000 Prize Money and 350 Ranking Points
- Quarter-finals: $63,350 Prize Money and 190 Ranking Points
- Round of 16: $31,650 Prize Money and 105 Ranking Points
- Second Round: $17,930 Prize Money and 60 Ranking Points
- First Round: $12,848 Prize Money and 1 Ranking Point
WTA Cincinnati Open – Women’s Doubles
The defending champions, Lyudmyla Kichenok and Jeļena Ostapenko secured their title and the $128,400 prize money in a thrilling showcase of teamwork and skill. Doubles pairs from around the world are gathering again to compete and the share of the impressive prize money on offer that has increased again to $133,840. The complete breakdown of the WTA Doubles is as follows.
- Winner:$133,840 Prize Money
- Runner-up:$75,286 Prize Money
- Semifinal:$40,432 Prize Money
- Quarterfinal: $20,914 Prize Money
- Round 2:$11,850 Prize Money
- Round 1:$7,900 Prize Money
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