2021 Generali Open Kitzbuhel Prize Money with €481,270 on offer

The 2021 Generali Open will be held from July 26th till July 31st and it will feature notable names as Roberto Bautista Agut and Casper Ruud with €481,270 to be won.

The event is back in 2021 after being held in 2020 with Miomir Kecmanovic as its defending champion. The 2021 edition will feature an overall financial commitment of €481,270 and a solid field of players. The 77th edition will be headlined by Roberto Bautista Agut who will be the top seed after declining to take part in the Olympic Games.

Casper Ruud will be the 2nd seed at the event as he too declined to play at the Tokyo Olympics focusing on improving his Rankings position instead. The other players attending are mainly clay-court specialists as Lajovic, Ramos and others.

The winner of the event will get 250 ATP points as well as €41,145. The losing player in the final will get 150 ATP points and €29,500 while the lower rounds yield fewer points and prize money. Check out the full breakdown below.

2021 Generali Open Prize Money breakdown

Winner - €41,145

Finals - €29,500

Semi Finals - €21,000

Quarter Finals - €14,000

Round 16 - €9,000

Round 28 - €5,415

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