2021 Cordoba Open Prize Money with $393,935
The third edition of the ATP 250 Cordoba Open takes place right after the Australian Open, offering the clay-courters a chance to seek the title and fight for 250 ATP points on their favorite surface.
The total financial commitment is $393,935, with the winner receiving $21,800. The beaten finalist leaves Cordoba with $16,100 and 150 points, while the semi-finalists take $12,080 and 90 points. The quarter-finalists will grab $8,255, with $5,640 and $4,025 reserved for those who lose in the first or second round.
Cristian Garin will not defend the title won a year ago over Diego Schwartzman, while the Argentine is heading the field, needing wins following an early Australian Open loss. In the second round, Schwartzman faces Hugo Dellien or Marco Cecchinato before the quarters clash against Andrej Martin, Juan Ignacio Londero or Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
Guido Pella and Federico Delbonis lead the second quarter, joined by Pedro Sousa, Nicolas Kicker, Jozef Kovalik and Daniel Elahi Galan. The third quarter should bring exciting encounters, with Miomir Kecmanovic, Thiago Monteiro, Thiago Seyboth Wild and Roberto Carballes Baena battling for the semi-final spot. Benoit Paire, Jaume Munar, Nicolas Jarry (the first ATP event after the suspension) and Federico Coria lead the bottom quarter.
2021 Cordoba Open prize money and points distribution:
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