Delray Beach Open 2021 Prize Money with 418,195 USD on offer
The 29th edition of the Delray Beach Open will see the action at Delray Beach Tennis Center in the new season's first week, changing its calendar location after usually taking place in February.
Tommy Haas, Kei Nishikori, Mardy Fish, Juan Martin del Potro, Kevin Anderson, Marin Cilic, Ivo Karlovic, Sam Querrey and Frances Tiafoe are among the list of champions, with Reilly Opelka keeping the title at home in the USA following his triumph a year ago. The 2021 edition promises to bring exciting matches, with four former champions and six top-40 competitors seeking the first title of the season and the best Australian Open preparation.
Milos Raonic, Cristian Garin, John Isner and Daniel Evans should be the top seeds, battling for the trophy and the prize money of $30,840. The finalist will receive $22,780, and those who finish their campaign in the semis take home $16,390. The quarter-finalists add $11,110 to their count, while those who fall in round two secure $7,445. The first-round losers will get $5000 and no points.
Delray Beach 2021 prize money and points distribution:
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