2023 Hana Bank Korea Open Prize Money and Points Breakdown with $259,303 on offer

The 2023 Hana Bank Korea Open is set to take place at the Seoul Olympic Park Tennis Center in Seoul, South Korea from October 9-15. Here are the prize money and points on offer at the WTA 250 event.

The tournament began in 2004, with Maria Sharapova winning its inaugural edition. It was played as a 125 event until 2021 when it was upgraded to a WTA 250 tournament for the following year.

The entry list for this year boasts some top-ranked talent, with World No. 4 Jessica Pegula set to compete as the top seed, as Top 20 players Jelena Ostapenko and Ekaterina Alexandrova also prepare to compete at the event.

Seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams will also feature as a wild card. The 43-year-old will be appearing at the event for the first time since she won the tournament back in 2007.

Prize money and points on offer at tournament

There is a total of $259,303 on offer. It is yet to be confirmed exactly how the prize money will be split in 2023 but last year the winner earned $33,200, while the runner-up received around $14,000 less at $19,750. Meanwhile, semi-finalists got $11,000.

In terms of WTA Ranking points, the champion will achieve the coveted 280 points while the runner-up will get 180. The semi-finalists will receive 110 points.

Prize Money and Points Breakdown WTA 2023 Korea Open

Round Prize Money Points
Winner $33,200 280
Finalist $19,750 180
Semifinalist $11,000 110
Quarterfinalist $6,200 60 
2nd Round $3,800 30
1st Round $2,725 1

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