The 2021 Geneva Open returns to the tennis calendar with a strong field and a prize pool of €419,470.
The 2021 Geneva Open will be the 18th edition of the event and will run from May 15th till May 22nd featuring a strong field of play headlined by Roger Federer. Besides being conveniently positioned as a perfect event to prepare for the Roland Garros a prize pool of €419,470 also drew a lot of interest from players.
The top seed will be Roger Federer who will use that week to prepare for the French Open but besides Federer, we will see several other great players. Shapovalov will attend the event, as will Garin, Ruud, De Minaur and Fognini. The de-facto defending champion Alexander Zverev who won the event in 2019 will not attend the event.
As this is an ATP 250 event the winner will receive 250 ATP Points and €41,140. The finalist will receive 150 points and €29,500 with the semifinalists getting 90 points and €21,000 with the lower rounds yielding fewer points and prize money. Check out the full breakdown below.
2021 ATP Geneva Open Prize Money and Points distribution:
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