2023 WTA Stuttgart Prize Money – How Much Will the Winner of the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Get?

Eager to find out more concerning WTA Stuttgart prize money for 2023? I’ve given you the complete rundown right here.

WTA Stuttgart 2023 – What’s on Offer?

The annual Porsche Tennis Grand Prix event is upon us. It marks the beginning of the European clay-court season, attracting top-ranked players from around the world. This time is no different as nine of the top ten WTA stars will flock to Stuttgart for this prestigious tennis tournament.

All eyes will be on Iga Swiatek who returns as a defending champion and the top seed. She will join the exclusive club of Martina Navratilova, Martina Hingis, Kim Clijsters, Lindsay Davenport, Maria Sharapova and Angelique Kerber to successfully defend their titles in Stuttgart.

The Polish ace made her debut last season and steamrolled past opponents to clinch the title. Aryna Sabalenka was made to pay for her mistakes as she was routed 6-2, 6-2 in the final. All eyes will be on Swiatek for a repeat of her remarkable effort. It will not be easy as Sabalenka returns for revenge.

Iga Swiatek

Other luminaries in the star-studded lineup include Ons Jabeur, Petra Kvitova, Coco Gauff and Elena Rybakina, among others. While not plying her trade to her potential since her US Open win, Emma Raducanu has also been awarded a wild card entry, making the road to the clay courts title tougher.

The doubles competition at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix is also highly competitive, with top-ranked pairs vying for the title. In the previous edition, Demi Schuurs and Desirae Krawczyk emerged as the champions, defeating Coco Gauff and Zhang Shuai in the final with a score of 6-3, 6-4.

The prize money entices the pros and makes the event all the more exciting for the fans. Let’s take a closer look at how the prize money is distributed at the WTA Stuttgart, and how the WTA stars stand on making given their progress. So let’s dive in!

WTA Stuttgart 2023 Prize Money – Singles

The singles final is scheduled for Sunday, April 23 at 1 p.m., followed by the doubles final. Tennis fans around the world will be eagerly anticipating the outcome of the tournament, as the players battle it out for glory on the clay courts of Stuttgart.

They have plenty to fight for given the total prize money of $780,637, increasing from $757,900. However, it should be noted that the prize money is still far below the pre-pandemic pot of $886,077 in 2019.

The winner will take home $120,150 and add 470 ranking points to their tally. If this did not pique the assembled cast’s attention, they will also claim the brand new Porsche Taycan Turbo S Sport Turismo on offer.

The runner-up does not have the brand new Porsche Taycan Turbo S Sport Turismo to look forward to, but will be $74,155 richer. Losing semi-finalists will get $37,330 while the road to the quarterfinal will earn $18,200. Rewards for Round of 16, Round 2 and Round 1 stand at $9,340, $5,120, and $3,740 respectively. Participation in the first round of qualification stands at $1,170 while Q2 placement will earn $2,240.

WTA Stuttgart

WTA Stuttgart 2023 Prize Money – Doubles

Given the schedule, double matches at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix do not start until April 18.  Demi Schuurs and Desirae Krawczyk defeated Coco Gauff and Zhang Shuai for the prize money and bragging rights last time around. The prize money has slightly increased this time around and it is reflected in their winnings.

The winning doubles team will take home $40,100 in USD or €36,889 in EUR, while the runner-up will receive $24,300 in USD or €22,001 in EUR. The semifinalists will each be awarded $13,900 in USD or €12,585 in EUR, and the quarterfinalists will receive $7,200 in USD or €6,519 in EUR. Even the teams that get eliminated in the first round will still receive a significant prize of $4,350 in USD or €3,938 in EUR.

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