Prize money breakdown 2023 WTA Finals with $9,000,000 on offer: Who takes home additional $820,000 between SWIATEK and PEGULA

Monday, 06 November 2023 at 15:46
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The annual WTA Finals are on going in Cancun, Mexico from October 29-November 5, 2023, with the best players on tour competing for the season-ending title.
Although the season still has a few weeks left before it's conclusion, the field for the WTA Finals is set for Cancun as all eight singles players have qualified for the elite event. The tournament will feature a group, round-robin format, before two players from each group will advance to the semifinals and then the championship match.

Swiatek and Pegula already more than 500,000$

Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia played some of the best tennis of her career towards the end of the 2022 season, enabling her to qualify for and win the event. However, the 29-year old failed to earn a spot at this year's tournament, with the likes of Aryna Sabalenka, Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff securing their spots.
2 players are already in the semi-finals, Iga Swiatek from Poland and American Jessica Pegula. They are certain of more than half a million dollars each.
With only the best players competing, the tournament is offering an enormous $9,000,000 prize pool to the participants. This is a large increase from last year's event, which offered a total of $5,000,000. Below is the full breakdown.
  • $198,000 participation fee and $198,000 for each round-robin win
  • If a player reaches the semi-finals, she earns an additional $54,000
  • A semi-final win nets them an additional $756,000
  • Winning the title will get them an additional $1,476,000

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