Bad Homburg Open Prize Money 2021

The Bad Homburg Open takes place on the newly laid grass courts of Tennis Club Bad Homburg.  The inaugural event was postponed to 2021 due to the pandemic.

Held a week before the Wimbledon Championships, the tournament gives players one last chance to fine-tune their grass game ahead of the most prestigious Grand Slam.

Alongside that, there's plenty of ranking points up for grabs and a total prize money pool of €189,708 ($235,238) which has been the standard figure for all WTA 250 events this year.

The champion in Bad Homburg will receive a cheque for €23,548, with the runner up banking just over half that amount with €13,224.

You can see a full breakdown of prize money for both singles and doubles at this years WTA 250 in Bad Homburg in the tables below.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Bad Homburg Open 2021

The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the WTA 250 event in Hesse this year.

The Euro amounts have been converted to USD and GBP to compare for American and British readers. The USD rate is 1 EURO = 1.24 USD which is the formula the WTA uses. GBP is at the mid-market exchange rate.

Singles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP
Winner €23,548 $29,200 £20,243
Runner-up €13,224 $16,398 £11,368
Semifinal €8,145 $10,100 £7,002
Quarterfinal €4,677 $5,799 £4,020
Round 2 €3,653 $4,530 £3,140
Round 1 €2,682 $3,326 £2,306
Q2 €1,955 $2,424 £1,681
Q1 €0 $0 £0

Doubles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP
Winner €8,306 $10,299 £7,140
Runner-up €4,838 $5,999 £4,159
Semifinal €3,064 $3,799 £2,634
Quarterfinal €1,854 $2,299 £1,594
Round 1 €1,412 $1,751 £1,214

Bad Homburg Total Prize Money

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2021 $235,238 (€189,708)  
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