2021 Swiss Open Gstaad Prize Money with €481,270 to be won

The 2021 Swiss Open in Gstaad will run from July 19th till July 25th and it will feature an overall financial commitment of €481,270.

It will be the 53rd edition of the tennis event in Gstaad and it will feature a solid field of play with an overall financial commitment of €481,270. The top seed will be Roberto Bautista-Agut and he will spearhead a great field that will also feature Denis Shapovalov, Casper Ruud, Cristian Garin and Benoit Paire.

The event is an ATP 250 event which means that the winner will get 250 ATP points along with €41,145. The losing player in the final will get 150 points and €29,500 while the semifinalists will get 90 points and €21,000. The lower rounds yield fewer points and prize money.

The defending champion is Albert Ramos-Vinolas who won the event in 2019 with the event skipping the 2020 year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Check out the full breakdown below.

Winner - €41,145

Finals - €29,500

Semi Finals - €21,000

Quarter Finals - €14,000

Round 16 - €9,000

Round 28 - €5,415

Total - €481,270

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