Antalya Open 2021 Prize Money with €361,800 USD up for grabs
After three years on grass at luxury hotel resort Kaya Palazzo Belek, the Antalya Open moves to the first week of the season in 2021, and hard surface.
The field is stronger than between 2017-2019, with six top-30 players seeking the trophy, 250 points and the prize money of $27,960. Matteo Berrettini, David Goffin, Fabio Fognini, Alex de Minaur and Borna Coric should be the players to beat, hoping for a winning start of the season and momentum ahead of the Australian Open. The finalist takes 150 ATP points and $20,000, with the semi-finalists taking home 90 points and $14,000.
The Quarter-finalists will reserve 45 points and $9,700, followed by those who experience the second-round defeat, securing $5,700 and 20 points. The players who leave the tournament after the first round take home $3,200, hoping for a better run in Melbourne and the season's opening Major much bigger prize money.
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Antalya Open 2021 prize money and points distribution:
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