2021 Western & Southern Open Cincinnati ATP Prize money with $3,028,140 to be won

The Western & Southern Open running from August 16th till August 22nd got an increase in prize money making $3,028,140 up for grabs.

The increase in Prize Money at the ATP 1000 event in Cincinnati was made possible due to the event being one of the first events to have full capacity during the ongoing pandemic. Players will be relieved to see the increase in prize money which now stands at $3,028,140.

As a Masters 1000 event, the winner of the event will get 1000 ATP points along with a champion's purse of $391,240. The finalist will get a consolation prize of 600 ATP points and $218,065. The semifinalist will get 360 and $123,570 with the lower rounds yielding less prize money and points.

The top seed is Daniil Medvedev, the 2nd seed is Stefanos Tsitsipas and once again there will not be Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal.

2021 Western & Southern Open Prize Money Breakdown:

Winner: $391,240/ 1,000 points

Finalist: $218,065/ 600 points

Semifinalist: $123,570/ 360 points

Quarterfinalist: $69,780/ 180 points

Round of 16: $42,160/ 90 points

Round of 32: $26,315/ 45 points

Riund of 56: $15,990/ 10 points

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