A new edition to the ATP Tour, the Cordoba Open was first played in 2019. It is the first clay-court tournament of the season and also the opening leg of the five-tournament swing through Latin America with Buenos Aires also hosting an event later in the month.
For 2020 the total prize money at the Cordoba Open is $546,355 which is a 3.5% rise compared to last year. Along with 250 ranking points, the champion will take home $91,625 which shows a small 0.70% rise vs 2019's payout. The runner up will receive $50,710, up 3.06%.
While every round has increased prize money with single-digit percentages, first-round qualifying losers see the biggest bump in percentage terms with a 7.78% rise which equates to $1,385.
You can see a full breakdown of the prize money on offer at the Cordoba Open below and the percentage changes from 2019.
Prize Money Breakdown for the Cordoba Open 2020
The table below gives you a full break down for prize money in Cordoba this year.
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 (or the week before if the final is yet to be played). You can also see the % increase from prize money offered last year.
|2020||Prize Money $ USD||Prize Money £ GBP||Prize Money € EUR||% Change vs 2019|
Cordoba Open Total Money History Since 2019
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Historical Cordoba Open Prize Money Breakdown From 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 10th February 2019.
|2019||Prize Money $ USD||Prize Money £ GBP||Prize Money € EUR|