Serbia Open, Belgrade Prize Money 2021

This page is for the ATP 250 Serbia Open held in April 2021. The city is also hosting the Belgrade Open (ATP 250) and the Serbia Ladies Open in May.

2021 sees the Serbia Open return to the ATP Tour and it is replacing the Hungarian Open in the calendar.

The tournament is part of the ATP 250 circuit and takes place at the Novak Tennis Center in Belgrade, where the world number one frequently trains during training blocks.

With Djokovic the star attraction in the draw, several other top players have also been lured to the capital to get some match practice on the clay ahead of the Masters 1000 tournaments in Madrid and Rome.

The total prize money pool at the Serbian Open is €650,000, a 74.2% increase compared to when the tournament was last played in 2012. 

The Belgrade champion will take home €100,225, a rise of 51.3% compared to what Andreas Seppi took home 9 years ago. The runner up receives €58,885.

You can see a full breakdown of the 2021 Serbian Open prize money in the table below. A percentage change is also provided to compare with the 2012 tournament.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Serbia Open 2021

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

The Euros have been converted into £ and $ to give a comparison for British and American readers. The exchange rate shown is the mid-market exchange rate on the day of the final when the tournament is complete.

You can also see the % increase from when the Serbian Open was last played in 2012.

If you'd prefer to see prize money changes compared to the Hungarian Open in 2019, which this event replaces, you can do so below.

Singles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2012
Winner €100,225 $120,087 £87,031 51.3%
Runner-up €58,885 $70,555 £51,133 68.8%
Semifinal €34,710 $41,589 £30,141 83.7%
Quarterfinal €19,840 $23,772 £17,228 84.3%
Round 2 €11,480 $13,755 £9,969 80.9%
Round 1 €6,710 $8,040 £5,827 78.5%
Q2 €3,280 $3,930 £2,848 442.1%
Q1 €1,705 $2,043 £1,481 487.9%

Doubles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2012
Winner €34,510 $28,802 £39,737 71.5%
Runner-up €18,590 $15,515 £21,406 75.7%
Semifinal €10,560 $8,813 £12,159 84.3%
Quarterfinal €6,030 $5,033 £6,943 83.8%
Round 1 €3,550 $2,963 £4,088 84.9%

Compared to Budapest 2019

The Serbian Open has replaced the Hungarian Open, so for those interested to see how the 2021 Belgrade prize money differs from Budapest's 2019 prize pot; you can see the changes below.

  Belgrade 2021 Budapest 2019 % Change
Winner € 100,225 £91,010 10.90%
Runner-up € 58,885 £50,380 20.50%
Semifinal € 34,710 £28,360 28.60%
Quarterfinal € 19,840 £16,140 29.40%
Round 2 € 11,480 £9,260 30.20%
Round 1 € 6,710 £5,415 27.00%
Q2 € 3,280 £2,645 28.40%
Q1 € 1,705 £1,375 33.20%

Serbia Open Total Money History Since 2009

Year Serbia Open Total Prize Money % Change
2021 €650,000 74.2%
2012 €366,950 -1.7%
2011 €373,200 3.9%
2010 €373,200 8.0%
2009 €450,000 8.0%

Compared to the Hungarian Open, which this event replaces, total prize money for 2021 is up 24.0% vs the Hungarian Open (€524,340) in 2019.

Historical Serbia Open Prize Money Breakdown From 2009 to 2012

Conversions to GBP and Euro are based on the closing exchange price on the day of the final. So, for example, USD to Euro at the close of play Sunday 6th May 2012.

2012

2012 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2011
Winner €66,250 $86,017 £53,337 -0.4%
Runner Up €34,890 $45,300 £28,090 -0.3%
Semifinal €18,900 $24,539 £15,216 -0.5%
Quarterfinal €10,765 $13,977 £8,667 -0.3%
Round 2 €6,345 $8,238 £5,108 -0.2%
Round 1 €3,760 $4,882 £3,027 -0.4%
Q3 €605 $786 £487 -0.8%
Q2 €290 $377 £233 0.0%
Q1 €0 $0 £0 0.0%

2011

2011 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2010
Winner €66,500 $98,361 £58,954 -1.4%
Runner Up €35,000 $51,769 £31,028 -1.1%
Semifinal €19,000 $28,103 £16,844 -0.8%
Quarterfinal €10,800 $15,974 £9,574 -1.5%
Round 2 €6,360 $9,407 £5,638 -1.5%
Round 1 €3,775 $5,584 £3,347 -1.6%
Q3 €610 $902 £541 0.0%
Q2 €290 $429 £257 -1.7%
Q1 €0.0 $0 £0 0.0%

2010

2010 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2010
Winner €67,430 $86,170 £58,004 1.4%
Runner Up €35,400 $45,238 £30,452 1.1%
Semifinal €19,160 $24,485 £16,482 0.8%
Quarterfinal €10,970 $14,019 £9,437 1.6%
Round 2 €6,460 $8,255 £5,557 1.6%
Round 1 €3,835 $4,901 £3,299 1.6%
Q3 €610 $780 £525 22.0%
Q2 €295 $377 £254 29500%
Q1 €0 $0 £0 0.0%

2009

2009 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP
Winner €66,500 $90,373 £59,716
Runner Up €35,000 $47,565 £31,430
Semifinal €19,000 $25,821 £17,062
Quarterfinal €10,800 $14,677 £9,698
Round 2 €6,360 $8,643 £5,711
Round 1 €3,775 $5,130 £3,390
Q3 €500 $679 £449
Q2 €0 $0 £0
Q1 €0 $0 £0
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