2023 Cincinnati Open ATP and WTA Prize Money and Points Breakdown with $6,600,000 for Men's and $2,788,468 for Women's

Taking place between August 13-20, 2023, the Cincinnati Open (also known as the Western & Southern Open for sponsorship purposes) is one of the main stops en route to the US Open.

After Entry Lists have been confirmed, ATP Prize Money and Points first of all have been set with the WTA not being equal for this 1000 tournament.

There is $6,600,000 on offer this time around, an increase on 2022 which Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev among others will battle for. For WTA, it will be a huge disparity of $2,788,468.

For sealing the title in the men's, it is $1,019,335 and 1,000 points. While for the finalist, it is $556,630 with 600 points.

For getting to the semi-finals, it is $304,375 with 360 points on offer. While in the Quarter-Finals, it is $166,020 and 180 points on offer.

It goes all the way down to $26,380 with 10 points on offer for the first round losers in Cincinnati. A focal point on the run to Flushing Meadows and one that can be very financially lucrative.

In the WTA side, it is $454,500 to the winner, as well as $267,690 for the runner-up showing the huge disparity with towards $10,000,000 overall over the two tournaments.

2023 Cincinnati Open Prize Money and Points Breakdown

ATP Points WTA Points ATP Prize Money WTA Prize Money
Winner 1000 points 900 points $1,019,335 $454,500
Finalist 600 points 585 points $556,630 $267,690
Semi-finalists 360 points 350 points $304,375 $138,000
Quarter-finalists 180 points 190 points $166,020 $63,350
3rd round 90 points 105 points $88,805 $31,650
2nd round 45 points 60 points $47,620 $17,930
1st round 10 points 1 point $26,380 $12,848
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