Erste Bank Open, Vienna Prize Money 2019

The Erste Bank Open, played each year in late October alongside the Swiss Indoors just across the border, often draws a quality field of players who are bidding to grab 500 ranking points and snap up the remaining places at the ATP Finals.

As well as the ranking points that could get a player into the season-ending championships, the prize money on offer is an equally attractive proposition. For 2019 the prize money on Vienna is a hefty €2,296,490 which is a 4.5% rise from 2018.

The winner of this years Vienna trophy will take home a cheque for €474,295, a small 0.1% rise against last year.

While the increases are only slight for the main draw, it's qualifiers that see the biggest boost with final-round qualifying losers receiving €6,715 which is an 86.5% rise compared to 2018.

The total prize money for the 2019 Erste Bank Open in Vienna can be found below along with the history from 2002 to the present day.

Prize Money Breakdown for the Vienna Erste Bank Open 2019

The below tables give you a full break down for prize money at the Erste Bank Open in Vienna this year.

The Euro amounts have also been converted into USD and GBP to give a comparison for American and British 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.

2019 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2018
Winner €474,295 $522,683 £427,587 0.1%
Runner Up €238,205 $262,507 £214,747 2.5%
Semi Final €120,190 $132,452 £108,354 2.8%
Quarter Final €63,160 $69,604 £56,940 6.2%
Round 2 €31,570 $34,791 £28,461 2.3%
Round 1 €17,465 $19,247 £15,745 7.3%
Q2 €6,715 $7,400 £6,054 86.5%
Q1 €3,360 $3,703 £3,029 82.6%

Total Prize Money History from 2000 to 2019

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2019 €2,296,490 4.5%
2018 €2,198,250 8.0%
2017 €2,035,415 8.0%
2016 €1,884,645 8.0%
2015 €1,745,040 234.7%
2014 €521,405 4.0%
2013 €501,355 3.0%
2012 €486,750 -15.4%
2011 €575,250 0%
2010 €575,250 15.1%
2009 €500,000 -23.4%
2008 €653,000 -10.8%
2007 €732,000 10.1%
2006 €665,000 0.2%
2005 €664,000 0.9%
2004 €658,000 -1.1%
2003 €665,000 -13.1%
2002 €765,000 9.3%
2001 €700,000 0%
2000 €700,000  

Historical Vienna Prize Money Breakdown From 2006 to 2018

Conversions to USD and GBP are based on the closing exchange price on the day of the final that year. So, for example, Euro to USD at the close of play Sunday 25th October 2015.

2018

2018 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2017
Winner €473,865 $522,209 £427,200 8.1%
Runner-Up €232,315 $256,016 £209,437 8.1%
Semi-Final €116,895 $128,821 £105,383 8.1%
Quarter Final €59,450 $65,515 £53,595 8.1%
Round 2 €30,875 $34,025 £27,834 8.1%
Round 1 €16,280 $17,941 £14,677 8.0%
Q2 €3,600 $3,967 £3,245 7.9%
Q1 €1,840 $2,028 £1,659 8.2%

2017

2017 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2016
Winner €438,505 $483,241 £395,322 2.3%
Runner-up €214,980 $236,912 £193,809 6.8%
Semi Final €108,175 $119,211 £97,522 8.2%
Quarter Final €55,010 $60,622 £49,593 10.0%
Round 2 €28,570 $31,485 £25,756 12.8%
Round 1 €15,070 $16,607 £13,586 13.0%
Q2 €3,335 $3,675 £3,007 50.2%
Q1 €1,700 $1,873 £1,533 39.3%

2016

2016 Prize Money €EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2015
Winner €428,800 $472,546 £386,573 1.4%
Runner-up €201,380 $221,925 £181,549 5.5%
Semi Final €100,000 $110,202 £90,152 10.7%
Quarter Final €50,000 $55,101 £45,076 14.7%
Round 2 €25,335 $27,920 £22,840 14.0%
Round 1 €13,335 $14,695 £12,022 9.1%
Q2 €2,220 $2,446 £2,001 61.5%
Q1 €1,220 $1,344 £1,100 60.5%

2015

The huge jump in prize money for 2015 was due to the tourament being upgraded to an ATP 500 event. From 2009 to 2014 it was part of the ATP 250 circuit.

2015 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2014
Winner €423,000 $466,154 £381,344 347.6%
Runner-up €190,800 $210,265 £172,010 283.4%
Semi Final €90,350 $99,568 £81,453 235.1%
Quarter Final €43,600 $48,048 £39,306 183.9%
Round 2 €22,230 $24,498 £20,041 145.6%
Round 1 €12,225 $13,472 £11,021 128.1%
Q2 €1,375 $1,515 £1,240 59.0%
Q1 €760 $838 £685 83.1%

2014

2014 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2013
Winner €94,500 $104,141 £85,194 4.4%
Runner-up €49,770 $54,848 £44,869 4.4%
Semi Final €26,960 $29,710 £24,305 4.4%
Quarter Final €15,360 $16,927 £13,847 4.4%
Round 2 €9,050 $9,973 £8,159 4.4%
Round 1 €5,360 $5,907 £4,832 4.4%
Q2 €865 $953 £780 4.2%
Q1 €415 $457 £374 3.8%

2013

2013 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2012
Winner €90,500 $99,733 £81,588 3.0%
Runner-up €47,670 $52,533 £42,976 3.0%
Semi Final €25,820 $28,454 £23,277 3.0%
Quarter Final €14,710 $16,211 £13,261 3.0%
Round 2 €8,670 $9,555 £7,816 3.0%
Round 1 €5,135 $5,659 £4,629 3.0%
Q2 €830 $915 £748 3.1%
Q1 €400 $441 £361 3.9%

2012

2012 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2011
Winner €87,870 $96,834 £79,217 -16.2%
Runner-up €46,280 $51,001 £41,722 -16.2%
Semi Final €25,070 $27,628 £22,601 -16.2%
Quarter Final €14,280 $15,737 £12,874 -16.2%
Round 2 €8,415 $9,273 £7,586 -16.1%
Round 1 €4,985 $5,494 £4,494 -16.3%
Q2 €805 $887 £726 -16.1%
Q1 €385 $424 £347 -16.3%

2011

2011 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2010
Winner €104,850 $115,547 £94,525 0.9%
Runner-up €55,200 $60,832 £49,764 0.7%
Semi Final €29,900 $32,950 £26,956 0.8%
Quarter Final €17,045 $18,784 £15,366 0.7%
Round 2 €10,030 $11,053 £9,042 0.8%
Round 1 €5,955 $6,563 £5,369 0.9%
Q2 €960 $1,058 £865 4.3%
Q1 €460 $507 £415 5.7%

2010

2010 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2009
Winner €103,900 $114,500 £93,668 20.1%
Runner-up €54,800 $60,391 £49,403 19.3%
Semi Final €29,675 $32,702 £26,753 17.1%
Quarter Final €16,920 $18,646 £15,254 20.0%
Round 2 €9,950 $10,965 £8,970 20.6%
Round 1 €5,900 $6,502 £5,319 23.2%
Q2 €920 $1,014 £829 135.9%
Q1 €435 $479 £392 128.9%

2009

The drop off in prize money here compared to 2008 is due to the ATP reform. Vienna was previously an International Series Gold event but became an ATP 250 tournament in 2009.

2009 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2008
Winner €86,500 $95,325 £77,982 -37.8%
Runner-up €45,950 $50,638 £41,425 -33.2%
Semi Final €25,350 $27,936 £22,854 -25.8%
Quarter Final €14,100 $15,538 £12,711 -17.1%
Round 2 €8,250 $9,092 £7,438 -8.1%
Round 1 €4,790 $5,279 £4,318 0.8%
Q2 €390 $430 £352 -43.5%
Q1 €190 $209 £171 -47.2%

2008

2008 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2007
Winner €139,000 $153,181 £125,312 4.30%
Runner-up €68,800 $75,819 £62,025 4.30%
Semi Final €34,150 $37,634 £30,787 4.30%
Quarter Final €17,000 $18,734 £15,326 4.30%
Round 2 €8,975 $9,891 £8,091 4.40%
Round 1 €4,750 $5,235 £4,282 4.40%
Q2 €690 $760 £622 4.50%
Q1 €360 $397 £325 4.30%

2007

2007 Prize Money €EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2006
Winner €133,250 $146,844 £120,128 22.70%
Runner-up €65,950 $72,678 £59,455 15.40%
Semi Final €32,750 $36,091 £29,525 8.60%
Quarter Final €16,300 $17,963 £14,695 3.40%
Round 2 €8,600 $9,477 £7,753 3.00%
Round 1 €4,550 $5,014 £4,102 3.40%
Q2 €660 $727 £595  
Q1 €345 $380 £311  

2006

2006 Prize Money €EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP
Winner €108,600 $119,679 £97,905
Runner-up €57,130 $62,958 £51,504
Semi Final €30,150 $33,226 £27,181
Quarter Final €15,760 $17,368 £14,208
Round 2 €8,350 $9,202 £7,528
Round 1 €4,400 $4,849 £3,967
Q2 €0    
Q1 €0    
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