Singapore Tennis Open Prize Money 2021

Held the week after the Australian Open, the Singapore Tennis Open will make a fleeting visit on the ATP calendar with a single-year licence for 2021.

The ATP 250 tournament takes place in the indoor hard courts of the 3,000-seater OCBC Arena which is part of the impressive Singapore Sports Hub.

Singapore previously hosted an ATP tournament between 1989-1992 and 1996-1999, so the event is a welcome return for tennis fans after losing the WTA Finals to Shenzhen in 2018.

The total prize money on offer at the Singapore Tennis Open is $300,000, and the champion will take home a cheque for $18,310.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Singapore Tennis Open 2021

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

The US dollar amounts have also been converted into GBP and Euros to compare for European readers. The exchange rate shown is the mid-market exchange rate.

Singles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $18,310 £13,390 €15,172
Runner Up $13,730 £10,041 €11,377
Semi Final $9,385 £6,863 €7,776
Quarter Final $6,410 £4,688 €5,311
Round 1 $4,575 £3,346 €3,791
Q2 $2,345 £1,715 €1,943
Q1 $1,295 £947 €1,073

Doubles

2021 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $8,630 £6,312 €7,154
Runner Up $6,330 £4,629 €5,247
Semi Final $4,810 £3,518 €3,987
Quarter Final $3,440 £2,516 €2,852
Round 1 $2,520 £1,843 €2,089

Total Singapore Tennis Open Prize Money

Year Total Singapore Tennis Open Prize Money % Change
2021 $300,000  
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