Mallorca Championships Prize Money 2021

The Mallorca Championships is a brand new event scheduled to be played for the first time in 2020 but was cancelled due to the pandemic.

The ATP 250 tournament replaces the event previously held in Antalya, Turkey, from 2017-2019 and takes place at Santa Ponca, running via a partnership between the AELTC and e|motion sports.

For 2021, the total prize money on offer at the Mallorca Championships is €720,000, which is up 61.55% compared to the 2019 Antalya event.

Along with a huge boost of confidence ahead of Wimbledon, the champion in Mallorca will receive a cheque for €70,620, a small -8.1% reduction when compared to what Lorenzo Sonego when he won on the grass courts of Antalya in 2019.

However, that is the only reduction in the draw, with every other round up compared to two years go. Round 1 losers, for example, will receive €9,295, more than double the amount offered in Turkey.

You can see a full breakdown of the 2021 Mallorca Championships prize money in the table below. A percentage change is also provided to compare with last season in Antalya.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Mallorca Championships 2021

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

The Euro amounts have been converted into GBP and USD to compare 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 % change from prize money offered in Antalya, which Mallorca replaces.

Singles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2019
Winner €70,620 $84,269 £60,423 -8.1%
Runner Up €50,630 $60,415 £43,319 21.9%
Semifinal €36,040 $43,005 £30,836 57.0%
Quarterfinal €24,030 $28,674 £20,560 84.3%
Round 2 €15,450 $18,436 £13,219 106.3%
Round 1 €9,295 $11,091 £7,953 107.0%
Q2 €4,540 $5,417 £3,884 108.7%
Q1 €2,360 $2,816 £2,019 116.5%

Doubles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2019
Winner €26,370 $31,461 £22,564 4.6%
Runner-up €18,880 $22,525 £16,155 46.2%
Semifinal €12,440 $14,842 £10,644 77.7%
Quarterfinal €8,080 $9,640 £6,914 102.0%
Round 1 €4,740 $5,655 £4,056 101.7%

Mallorca Championships Total Money History Since 2017

Year Mallorca Championships Total Prize Money % Change
2021 €720,000 61.55%
2020 Not played  
2019 €445,690 4.6%
2018 €426,145 -2.9%
2017 €439,005  

The event was cancelled in 2020 but had €900,000 in total prize money available.

Historical Mallorca Championships Prize Money Breakdown From 2017 to 2020

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 30th June 2018. Previous years below relate to the prize money on offer in Antalya.

2020

Not played

2019

The ATP held the event in Antalya before Mallorca, and the prize money from here onwards relates to the tournament in Turkey.

2019 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2018
Winner €76,840 $87,517 £68,946 1.1%
Runner Up €41,540 $47,312 £37,272 3.7%
Semifinal €22,950 $26,139 £20,592 5.8%
Quarterfinal €13,035 $14,846 £11,696 5.5%
Round 2 €7,490 $8,531 £6,721 2.9%
Round 1 €4,490 $5,114 £4,029 3.9%
Q2 €2,175 $2,477 £1,952 12.1%
Q1 €1,090 $1,241 £978 12.4%

2018

2018 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2017
Winner €76,020 $86,583 £68,210 -2.9%
Runner Up €40,040 $45,604 £35,926 -2.9%
Semifinal €21,690 $24,704 £19,462 -2.9%
Quarterfinal €12,355 $14,072 £11,086 -2.9%
Round 2 €7,280 $8,292 £6,532 -2.9%
Round 1 €4,320 $4,920 £3,876 -2.7%
Q2 €1,940 $2,210 £1,741 -3.0%
Q1 €970 $1,105 £870 -3.0%

2017

2017 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP
Winner €78,270 $89,146 £70,229
Runner Up €41,225 $46,953 £36,990
Semifinal €22,330 $25,433 £20,036
Quarterfinal €12,720 $14,487 £11,413
Round 2 €7,495 $8,536 £6,725
Round 1 €4,440 $5,057 £3,984
Q2 €2,000 $2,278 £1,795
Q1 €1,000 $1,139 £897
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