2021 Astana Open Prize Money with $480,000 to be won

The Astana Open is an ATP 250 event that made it's debut during the condensed 2020 season, as tennis slowly made its return during the global pandemic. The tournament was given an additional single-year license for 2021, and will return to its host city of Nur Sultan Kazakhstan from September 20-26, 2021.

Australian John Millman will return to defend his title, after prevailing in 2020. Joining him will be Australian Open semifinalist Aslan Karatsev, Kazakhstan's Alexander Bublik and the Serbian duo pf Filip Krajinovic and Dusan Lajovic.

The prize pool is a total of $480,000, with the winner not only getting 250 ATP Ranking points but also $47,080. The runner-up receives 150 points, with a cash prize of $33,760.

Players who fall in the semifinals will be awarded 90 points, with $24,030 in prize money. The points and prize money will decrease the earlier a player gets eliminated from the tournament, with a more extended breakdown available below.

2021 Astana Open Prize Money

Winner - $47,080

Runner-up - $33,760

Semifinals - $24,030

Quarterfinals - $16,020

Round of 16 - $10,300

First round - $6,195

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