Brisbane International Prize Money

Played at the Queensland Tennis Centre, the Brisbane International was one of the lead-up tournaments ahead of the first Grand Slam of the season in Melbourne. It was last played in 2019 after the ATP Cup replaced the Brisbane and Sydney events with a new team event.

The tournament was extremely popular with fans in the Brisbane area, as well as the global audience watching during the New Year holidays. It's also the tournament where Roger Federer claimed his 1000th match win.

For 2019 total prize money at the Brisbane International was $527,880 USD. As well as a nice dose of confidence heading into the first Grand Slam of the year in Melbourne, the winner took home $219,755 in prize money along with 250 ranking points.

You can see a full breakdown of the Brisbane International 2019 prize money below, % changes and history from previous seasons dating back to 2000.

Prize Money Breakdown for Brisbane International 2019

The below tables give you a full break down for prize money across the ATP 250 event in Brisbane in 2019.

The US dollar amounts have also been converted into GBP and Euros to give a comparison for European 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 % Change from prize money offered last year.

2019 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2018
Winner $90,990 £71,459 €79,748 8.80%
Runner-up $49,205 £38,643 €43,126 11.70%
Semi-Runner-up $27,175 £21,342 €23,817 13.90%
Quarter-Runner-up $15,435 £12,122 €13,528 13.50%
Round 2 $8,880 £6,974 €7,783 10.90%
Round 1 $5,320 £4,178 €4,663 12.10%
Q2 $2,575 £2,022 €2,257 20.60%
Q1 $1,285 £1,009 €1,126 20.10%

Brisbane International Total Money History Since 2009

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2019 $527,880 12.60%
2018 $468,910 7.20%
2017 $437,380 8.10%
2016 $404,780 -7.90%
2015 $439,405 -2.90%
2014 $452,670 3.70%
2013 $436,630 0.50%
2012 $434,250 2.80%
2011 $422,300 13.40%
2010 $372,500 -14.00%
2009 $433,000  

Historical Brisbane International Prize Money Breakdown From 2009 to 2019

Conversions to GBP and Euro are based on the closing exchange price on the day of the final that year. So, for example, USD to Euro at the close of play Sunday 7th January 2018.

2018

2018 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2017
Winner $83,650 £65,694 €73,315 7.30%
Runner-up $44,055 £34,599 €38,612 7.30%
Semi-Runner-up $23,865 £18,742 €20,916 7.30%
Quarter-Runner-up $13,595 £10,677 €11,915 7.30%
Round 2 $8,010 £6,291 €7,020 7.20%
Round 1 $4,745 £3,726 €4,159 7.20%
Q2 $2,135 £1,677 €1,871 7.30%
Q1 $1,070 £840 €938 7.50%

2017

2017 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2016
Winner $77,980 £61,241 €68,345 8.30%
Runner-up $41,070 £32,254 €35,996 8.40%
Semi-Runner-up $22,245 £17,470 €19,497 8.30%
Quarter-Runner-up $12,675 £9,954 €11,109 8.30%
Round 2 $7,470 £5,867 €6,547 8.30%
Round 1 $4,425 £3,475 €3,878 8.30%
Q2 $1,990 £1,563 €1,744 8.20%
Q1 $995 £781 €872 8.20%

2016

2016 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2015  
Winner $72,000 £56,545 €63,104 $80,000 -10.00%
Runner-up $37,900 £29,765 €33,217 $42,100 -10.00%
Semi-Runner-up $20,545 £16,135 €18,007 $22,800 -9.90%
Quarter-Runner-up $11,705 £9,193 €10,259 $12,990 -9.90%
Round 2 $6,900 £5,419 €6,047 $7,655 -9.90%
Round 1 $4,085 £3,208 €3,580 $4,535 -9.90%
Q2 $1,840 £1,445 €1,613 $730 152.10%
Q1 $920 £723 €806 $350 162.90%

2015

2015 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2014
Winner $80,000 £62,828 €70,116 -2.50%
Runner-up $42,100 £33,063 €36,898 -2.60%
Semi-Runner-up $22,800 £17,906 €19,983 -2.60%
Quarter-Runner-up $12,990 £10,202 €11,385 -2.60%
Round 2 $7,655 £6,012 €6,709 -2.60%
Round 1 $4,535 £3,562 €3,975 -2.60%
Q2 $730 £573 €640 -2.70%
Q1 $350 £275 €307 -2.80%

2014

2014 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2013
Winner $82,040 £64,430 €71,904 4.10%
Runner-up $43,210 £33,935 €37,871 4.00%
Semi-Runner-up $23,405 £18,381 €20,513 4.00%
Quarter-Runner-up $13,335 £10,473 €11,687 4.10%
Round 2 $7,860 £6,173 €6,889 4.10%
Round 1 $4,655 £3,656 €4,080 4.10%
Q2 $750 £589 €657 4.20%
Q1 $360 £283 €316 4.30%

2013

2013 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2012
Winner $78,800 £61,885 €69,064 $74,370
Runner-up $41,540 £32,623 €36,408 $39,165
Semi-Runner-up $22,500 £17,670 €19,720 $21,215
Quarter-Runner-up $12,810 £10,060 €11,227 $12,090
Round 2 $7,550 £5,929 €6,617 $7,120
Round 1 $4,470 £3,511 €3,918 $4,220
Q2 $720 £565 €631 $720
Q1 $345 £271 €302 $345

2012

2012 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2011
Winner $74,370 £58,406 €65,181 1.90%
Runner-up $39,165 £30,758 €34,326 1.90%
Semi-Runner-up $21,215 £16,661 €18,594 1.90%
Quarter-Runner-up $12,090 £9,495 €10,596 1.90%
Round 2 $7,120 £5,592 €6,240 1.90%
Round 1 $4,220 £3,314 €3,699 1.90%
Q2 $720 £565 €631 2.10%
Q1 $345 £271 €302 1.50%

2011

2011 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2010
Winner $73,000 £57,330 €63,981 14.40%
Runner-up $38,450 £30,197 €33,699 14.40%
Semi-Runner-up $20,825 £16,355 €18,252 14.40%
Quarter-Runner-up $11,870 £9,322 €10,403 14.50%
Round 2 $6,990 £5,490 €6,126 14.40%
Round 1 $4,140 £3,251 €3,628 14.40%
Q2 $705 £554 €618 14.60%
Q1 $340 £267 €298 15.30%

2010

2010 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2009
Winner $63,800 £50,105 €55,917 -17.40%
Runner-up $33,600 £26,388 €29,449 -17.00%
Semi-Runner-up $18,200 £14,293 €15,951 -15.30%
Quarter-Runner-up $10,370 £8,144 €9,089 -11.20%
Round 2 $6,110 £4,798 €5,355 -12.70%
Round 1 $3,620 £2,843 €3,173 -14.80%
Q2 $615 £483 €539 0.00%
Q1 $295 £232 €259 0.00%

2009

2009 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $77,200 £60,629 €67,662
Runner-up $40,500 £31,807 €35,496
Semi-Runner-up $21,500 £16,885 €18,844
Quarter-Runner-up $11,675 £9,169 €10,233
Round 2 $7,000 £5,497 €6,135
Round 1 $4,250 £3,338 €3,725
Q2 $615 £483 €539
Q1 $295 £232 €259
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