The event will run from February 6th till February 8th as the field consists of mostly clay court specialists who enjoy playing on the red dirt. Players like Schwartzman, Cerundolo, and last year's champion Albert Ramos-Vinolas are all among the players taking part and they will fight for solid prize money.
Should Albert Ramos defend his trophy from last year he'll get $97,760. If Diego Schwartzman makes it to the final but loses to Ramos then he'll get $57,025. If he were to exit in the semi-finals he would get $33,525. For the rest of the prize money breakdown continue reading and we'll have it below.
2023 Cordoba Open Prize Money Breakdown:
Winner - $97,760
Finals - $57,025
Semi-finals - $33,525
Quarter Finals - $19,425
Round 16 - $11,280
R28 - $6,895