2021 Erste Bank Open Vienna Prize Money with €1,550,950 on offer
The Erste Bank Open in Vienna returns in 2021 with a very good prize pool of €1,550,950 an impressive field headlined by Tsitsipas and Zverev.
Tennis will once again be back in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Vienna with the 2021 Erste Bank Open. It's a returning event as it was even held last year in 2020 during the height of the pandemic and the 2021 edition might even feature an even more impressive field than last year's which had Djokovic. The number one player in the world won't be back in 2021 but other greats will.
We will get to see Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, Matteo Berrettini, Casper Ruud, Auger-Aliassime, Hurkacz and many others. It's an ATP 500 event so the strong field is not a surprise but what is a surprise is that defending champion Andrey Rublev will not be back. The Russian made a habit of winning ATP 500 event's but he won to be present to defend his trophy from last year.
As an ATP 500 event, it will feature a sizeable prize money total of €1,550,950 with the winner getting €220,550 of that. The losing player in the final will get €148,720 while the semifinalist will get €98,365. Check out the full breakdown below.
2021 Erste Bank Open Prize Money breakdown:
Winner - €220,550
Finalist - €148,720
Semi-finalist - €98,365
Quarter-finalist - €60,890
Round two - €32,885
Round one - €18,160
Total - €1,550,950