BNP Paribas Poland Open, Gdynia Prize Money 2021

The WTA Poland Open, current known as the BNP Paribas Poland Open due to sponsorship reasons in a WTA 250 tournament that takes place on the clay courts of the Arka Tennis Club in Gdynia.

The event was last held in 2004 when it was the Warsaw Open but makes a return for 2021 in the Baltic coastal city.

The total prize money on offer in Gdynia is $235,238 which is down -21.59% compared to when the event was last held 17 years ago.

Alongside 250 ranking points, the champion in Poland will receive a cheque for $29,200, this is down -41.6% vs the amount Flavia Panetta picked up when she won the title in 2004.

You can see a full breakdown of prize money for both singles and doubles in Gdynia this year below.

Prize Money Breakdown for the BNP Paribas Poland Open 2021

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

The USD amounts have been converted to Euros and GBP to compare European and American readers. You can also see the % change from the prize money offered last year.

Singles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2004
Winner $29,200 £21,204 €23,548 -41.6%
Runner-up $16,398 £11,907 €13,224 -38.7%
Semifinal $10,100 £7,334 €8,145 -29.4%
Quarterfinal $5,800 £4,212 €4,677 -23.7%
Round 2 $4,000 £2,905 €3,226 -2.4%
Round 1 $2,770 £2,011 €2,234 27.1%
Q2 $2,305 £1,674 €1,859 268.8%
Q1 $1,700 £1,234 €1,371 415.2%

Doubles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2004
Winner $10,300 £7,307 €8,306 -16.3%
Runner-up $6,000 £4,256 €4,839 -6.3%
Semifinal $3,800 £2,696 €3,065 10.6%
Quarterfinal $2,300 £1,632 €1,855 26.4%
Round 1 $1,750 £1,241 €1,411 82.3%

Poland Open Total Prize Money History Since 2004

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2021 $235,238 -21.59%
2004 $300,000  
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