Antalya Open Prize Money 2021

The Antalya Open will kick off the 2021 men's tennis season, alongside the Delray Beach Open.

Last played in 2019, the Antalya tournament was previously played on grass courts ahead of Wimbledon but has now found a temporary spot on the ATP's updated start to the 2021 calendar on a single-year license. It will be played on outdoor hardcourts.

For 2021, the total prize money on offer at the Antalya Open is €300,000 which is a drop of -32.7% compared to the prize pool in 2019.

Along with 250 ranking points to start the season strongly, the champion will take home a cheque for €27,960, 62.7% less than the cash Lorenzo Songego received when he won the event on the grass back in 2019.

You can see a full breakdown of the 2021 Antalya Open prize money in the table below. The Euros have been converted into £ and $ to give a comparison for British and American readers.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Antalya Open 2021

The table below gives you a full breakdown of prize money at the ATP event in Antalya this year. We've also put in a comparison % to the event from 2019 when it was held on grass before it was replaced by Mallorca in 2020.

Singles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2019
Winner €27,960 $33,929 £24,898 -63.6%
Runner Up €20,000 $24,270 £17,809 -51.9%
Semifinal €14,000 $16,989 £12,467 -39.0%
Quarterfinal €9,700 $11,771 £8,638 -25.6%
Round 2 €5,700 $6,917 £5,076 -23.9%
Round 1 €3,200 $3,883 £2,850 -28.7%
Q2 €1,750 $2,124 £1,558 -19.5%
Q1 €1,000 $1,213 £890 -8.3%

Doubles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2019
Winner €8,900 $7,334 £7,925 -64.7%
Runner-up €6,880 $5,670 £6,126 -46.7%
Semifinal €5,050 $4,162 £4,497 -27.9%
Quarterfinal €3,440 $2,835 £3,063 -14.0%
Round 1 €2,350 $1,937 £2,093 0.0%

Antalya Open Total Money History Since 2017

Year Antalya Open Total Prize Money % Change
2021 €300,000 -32.7%
2019 €445,690 4.6%
2018 €426,145 -2.9%
2017 €439,005  

Historical Antalya Open Prize Money Breakdown From 2018 to 2021

Conversions to GBP and USD are based on the closing exchange price on the day of the final that year. So, for example, Euro to USD at the close of play Sunday 30th of June 2018.

2019

2019 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2018
Winner €76,840 $87,517 £68,946 1.1%
Runner Up €41,540 $47,312 £37,272 3.7%
Semifinal €22,950 $26,139 £20,592 5.8%
Quarterfinal €13,035 $14,846 £11,696 5.5%
Round 2 €7,490 $8,531 £6,721 2.9%
Round 1 €4,490 $5,114 £4,029 3.9%
Q2 €2,175 $2,477 £1,952 12.1%
Q1 €1,090 $1,241 £978 12.4%

2018

2018 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2017
Winner €76,020 $86,583 £68,210 -2.9%
Runner Up €40,040 $45,604 £35,926 -2.9%
Semifinal €21,690 $24,704 £19,462 -2.9%
Quarterfinal €12,355 $14,072 £11,086 -2.9%
Round 2 €7,280 $8,292 £6,532 -2.9%
Round 1 €4,320 $4,920 £3,876 -2.7%
Q2 €1,940 $2,210 £1,741 -3.0%
Q1 €970 $1,105 £870 -3.0%

2017

2017 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP
Winner €78,270 $89,146 £70,229
Runner Up €41,225 $46,953 £36,990
Semifinal €22,330 $25,433 £20,036
Quarterfinal €12,720 $14,487 £11,413
Round 2 €7,495 $8,536 £6,725
Round 1 €4,440 $5,057 £3,984
Q2 €2,000 $2,278 £1,795
Q1 €1,000 $1,139 £897
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