Astana Open, Nur-Sultan Prize Money 2021

The Astana Open was one of four new ATP 250 events added to the 2020 provisional post-pandemic schedule and it makes a return for 2021 in the week after the US Open.

The week after the ATP event, there is a WTA 250 event being held for the first time.

The event takes place at the Daulet National Tennis Centre which is in Central Park in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan and the ATP total prize money pool stands at $480,000 which is up 75.60% vs twelve months ago.

The winner of the men's Astana Open will take home $47,080, an increase of 251.1% compared to 2020. While that won't attract all the top names in the sport, there's still a number of high ranked players in the draw including Aslan Karatsev, Benoit Paire, defending champion John Millman and the Kazakh underarm serve specialist Alexander Bublik.

Elsewhere in the main draw first-round losers also see a smaller 13.6% pay increase compared to last year, with $6,1 and even first-round losers in qualifying take home a cheque for $1,575, a similar increase of 13.7%

While not life-changing amounts, those numbers make the trip to Central Asia a viable one, going a long way to covering flight and accommodation costs with the possibility of earning far more should a player make the latter stages.

For the WTA event a week late, the total prize money on offer is $235,238. The women's champion will take home $29,200.

You can see a full breakdown of prize money for both ATP and WTA singles and doubles for the Astana Open 2021 below.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Astana Open 2021

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

The US Dollar amounts have also been converted into Euros and GBP to give a comparison for European and British readers. The exchange rate shown is the mid-market exchange rate on the day of the final when the tournament is complete.

ATP Singles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money € EUR Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2020
Winner $47,080 €39,973 £34,117 251.1%
Runner-up $33,760 €28,664 £24,465 201.2%
Semifinal $24,030 €20,403 £17,414 163.1%
Quarterfinal $16,020 €13,602 £11,609 114.2%
Round 2 $10,300 €8,745 £7,464 54.9%
Round 1 $6,195 €5,260 £4,489 13.6%
Q2 $3,025 €2,568 £2,192 13.5%
Q1 $1,575 €1,337 £1,141 13.7%

ATP Doubles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money € EUR Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2020
Winner $17,570 $14,919 £12,733 189.0%
Runner-up $12,590 $10,690 £9,124 149.8%
Semifinal $8,290 $7,039 £6,008 105.7%
Quarterfinal $5,390 $4,577 £3,906 66.9%
Round 1 $3,160 $2,683 £2,290 19.2%

WTA Singles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $29,200 £21,337 €24,914
Runner-up $16,398 £11,982 €13,991
Semifinal $10,100 £7,380 €8,618
Quarterfinal $5,800 £4,238 €4,949
Round 2 $3,675 £2,685 €3,136
Round 1 $2,675 £1,955 €2,282
Q2 $1,950 £1,425 €1,664
Q1 $1,270 £928 €1,084

WTA Doubles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $10,300 £7,526 €8,788
Runner-up $6,000 £4,384 €5,119
Semifinal $3,800 £2,777 €3,242
Quarterfinal $2,300 £1,681 €1,962
Round 1 $1,750 £1,279 €1,493

Total ATP Astana Open Prize Money History

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2021 $480,000 75.60%
2020 $273,345  

Total WTA Astana Open Prize Money History

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2021 $235,238  

Historical ATP Astana Open Prize Money Breakdown

2020

Singles

2020 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money € EUR Prize Money £ GBP
Winner $13,410 €11,355 £10,303
Runner-up $11,210 €9,492 £8,612
Semifinal $9,135 €7,735 £7,018
Quarterfinal $7,480 €6,334 £5,747
Round 2 $6,650 €5,631 £5,109
Round 1 $5,455 €4,619 £4,191
Q2 $2,665 €2,257 £2,047
Q1 $1,385 €1,173 £1,064

Doubles

2020 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money € EUR Prize Money £ GBP
Winner $6,080 $5,148 £4,671
Runner-up $5,040 $4,268 £3,872
Semifinal $4,030 $3,413 £3,096
Quarterfinal $3,230 $2,735 £2,482
Round 1 $2,650 $2,244 £2,036
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