Viking Open, Nottingham Prize Money 2021

The Nottingham Open is a combined WTA 250 and ATP Challenger event played on the grass courts of the Nottingham Tennis Centre.

With grass-court tournaments in short supply, it is one of the few tournaments players can use to fine-tune their game on the surface ahead of Wimbledon.

The event was cancelled in 2020, but returns for 2021, and the WTA event has a total prize money pool is $235,238. This is down 5.90% from 2019.

The winner in Nottingham will take with them a cheque for $29,200 which is down -32.1% when compared to 2019. The runner ups prize money is also down -11.1% and they will receive $19,018.

For those interested in the ATP Challenger prize money which runs concurrently, the total prize money is €132,280. The men's winner will take home €18,290 which is identical to what Dan Evans received when he won the title in 2019.

You can see a full breakdown for both the WTA event and the ATP Challenger event in the tables below.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Viking Open, Nottingham 2021

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

The USD amounts have been converted to Euros and GBP to give a comparison for European and American readers. The exchange rate shown is the mid-market exchange rate. You can also see the % change from the prize money offered last year.

WTA Singles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2019
Winner $29,200 £21,252 €24,008 -32.1%
Runner-up $19,018 £13,841 €15,637 -11.1%
Semifinal $10,000 £7,278 €8,222 -13.0%
Quarterfinal $5,000 £3,639 €4,111 -19.0%
Round 2 $3,000 £2,183 €2,467 -11.8%
Round 1 $2,195 £1,598 €1,805 4.5%
Q1 $1,500 £1,092 €1,233 47.1%

WTA Doubles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2019
Winner $10,300 £7,282 €8,459 -76.0%
Runner-up $6,000 £4,242 €4,928 -72.0%
Semifinal $3,800 £2,687 €3,121 -67.0%
Quarterfinal $2,300 £1,626 €1,889 -62.8%
Round 1 $1,750 £1,237 €1,437 -16.7%

ATP Challenger Singles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP
Winner €18,290 $22,189 £15,724
Runner-up €10,770 $13,066 £9,259
Semifinal €6,370 $7,728 £5,476
Quarterfinal €3,710 $4,501 £3,189
Round 2 €2,180 $2,645 £1,874
Round 1 €1,320 $1,601 £1,135
Q2 €660 $801 £567
Q1 €330 $400 £284

ATP Challenger Doubles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP
Winner €7,870 $9,547 £6,766
Runner-up €4,570 $5,544 £3,929
Semifinal €2,740 $3,324 £2,356
Quarterfinal €1,630 $1,977 £1,401
Round 1 €920 $1,116 £791

Nottingham Open Total Prize Money History Since 2015

Year WTA Total Prize Money % Change
2021 $235,238 -5.90%
2020 N/A  
2019 $250,000 0.0%
2018 $250,000 0.0%
2017 $250,000 0.0%
2016 $250,000 0.0%
2015 $250,000 0.0%

Historical WTA Nottingham Open Prize Money Breakdown From 2015 to 2020

Conversions to GBP and Euros 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 17th June 2017.

2020

Not played.

2019

2019 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2018
Winner $43,000 £34,209 €38,297 0.0%
Runner-up $21,400 £17,025 €19,060 0.0%
Semifinal $11,500 £9,149 €10,242 0.0%
Quarterfinal $6,175 £4,913 €5,500 0.0%
Round 2 $3,400 £2,705 €3,028 0.0%
Round 1 $2,100 £1,671 €1,870 0.0%
Q2 $1,020 £811 €908 0.0%
Q1 $600 £477 €534 0.0%

2018

2018 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2017
Winner $43,000 £34,209 €38,297 0.0%
Runner-up $21,400 £17,025 €19,060 0.0%
Semifinal $11,500 £9,149 €10,242 0.0%
Quarterfinal $6,175 £4,913 €5,500 0.0%
Round 2 $3,400 £2,705 €3,028 0.0%
Round 1 $2,100 £1,671 €1,870 0.0%
Q2 $1,020 £811 €908 0.0%
Q1 $600 £477 €534 0.0%

2017

2017 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2016
Winner $43,000 £34,209 €38,297 0.0%
Runner-up $21,400 £17,025 €19,060 0.0%
Semifinal $11,500 £9,149 €10,242 1.8%
Quarterfinal $6,175 £4,913 €5,500 4.7%
Round 2 $3,400 £2,705 €3,028 2.7%
Round 1 $2,100 £1,671 €1,870 9.1%
Q2 $1,020 £811 €908 39.7%
Q1 $600 £477 €534 13.2%

2016

2016 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2015
Winner $43,000 £34,209 €38,297 0.0%
Runner-up $21,400 £17,025 €19,060 0.0%
Semifinal $11,300 £8,990 €10,064 0.0%
Quarterfinal $5,900 £4,694 €5,255 0.0%
Round 2 $3,310 £2,633 €2,948 0.0%
Round 1 $1,925 £1,531 €1,714 0.0%
Q3 $1,005 £800 €895 0.0%
Q2 $730 £581 €650 0.0%
Q1 $530 £422 €472 0.0%

2015

2015 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $43,000 £34,209 €38,297
Runner-up $21,400 £17,025 €19,060
Semifinal $11,300 £8,990 €10,064
Quarterfinal $5,900 £4,694 €5,255
Round 2 $3,310 £2,633 €2,948
Round 1 $1,925 £1,531 €1,714
Q3 $1,005 £800 €895
Q2 $730 £581 €650
Q1 $530 £422 €472
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