Thailand Open, Hua Hin Prize Money 2020

The Hua Hin Championships take place after the Australian Open at the True Arena Hua Hin as part of the WTA International category of tournaments.

First held in 2019 after it replaced the Taiwan Open, Hua Hin was upgraded from a Challenger event to the Thailand Open. The tournament is held on outdoor hard courts and is currently called the GSB Thailand Open Presented by [email protected]

For 2020, the total prize money pool is $251,750 which is an increase of 11.03% compared to 2019.

Just like last year, the champion this year will take home $43,000 and runner up receives $21,400. While all the main draw rounds are either the same as last year or show a small increase, qualifying losers see a big jump, with first-round losers collecting $1,100 which is up 83.3%. Final round qualifying losers land a cheque for $1,685, a 65.2% increase.

You can see a full breakdown of the 2020 Hua Hin prize money in the table below.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Thailand Open 2020

The below tables give you a full break down for prize money across for the WTA Thailand Open in Hua Hin this year.

The US dollar amounts have also been converted into GBP and Euros to give a comparison for European 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 % increase from prize money offered last year.

Singles

2020 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2019
Winner $43,000 £33,364 €39,289 0.0%
Runner-up $21,400 £16,605 €19,553 0.0%
Semifinal $11,600 £9,001 €10,599 0.9%
Quarterfinal $6,275 £4,869 €5,733 1.6%
Round 2 $3,600 £2,793 €3,289 5.9%
Round 1 $2,300 £1,785 €2,101 9.5%
Q2 $1,685 £1,307 €1,540 65.2%
Q1 $1,100 £854 €1,005 83.3%

Doubles

2020 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2019
Winner $13,580 £10,537 €12,408 10.4%
Runner-up $7,200 £5,587 €6,579 12.5%
Semifinal $4,000 £3,104 €3,655 16.4%
Quarterfinal $2,300 £1,785 €2,101 26.4%
Round 1 $1,520 £1,179 €1,389 58.3%

Thailand Open Total Money History Since 2017

Year Hua Hin Total Prize Money % Change
2020 $251,750 11.03%
2019 $226,750 0%
2018 $226,750 0%
2017 $226,750  

Historical Thailand Open Prize Money Breakdown From 2017 to 2019

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 5th February 2017.

2019

2019 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2018
Winner $43,000 £32,878 €37,535 0.0%
Runner-up $21,400 £16,362 €18,680 0.0%
Semifinal $11,500 £8,793 €10,038 0.0%
Quarterfinal $6,175 £4,721 €5,390 0.0%
Round 2 $3,400 £2,600 €2,968 0.0%
Round 1 $2,100 £1,606 €1,833 0.0%
Q2 $1,020 £780 €890 0.0%
Q1 $600 £459 €524 0.0%

2018

Prize money from 2018 and 2017 is for the Taiwan Open which was replaced and moved to Hua Hin for 2019.

2018 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR % Change vs 2017
Winner $43,000 £32,878 €37,535 0.0%
Runner-up $21,400 £16,362 €18,680 0.0%
Semifinal $11,500 £8,793 €10,038 0.0%
Quarterfinal $6,175 £4,721 €5,390 0.0%
Round 2 $3,400 £2,600 €2,968 0.0%
Round 1 $2,100 £1,606 €1,833 0.0%
Q2 $1,020 £780 €890 0.0%
Q1 $600 £459 €524 0.0%

2017

2017 Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP Prize Money € EUR
Winner $43,000 £32,878 €37,535
Runner-up $21,400 £16,362 €18,680
Semifinal $11,500 £8,793 €10,038
Quarterfinal $6,175 £4,721 €5,390
Round 2 $3,400 £2,600 €2,968
Round 1 $2,100 £1,606 €1,833
Q2 $1,020 £780 €890
Q1 $600 £459 €524
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