WTA Prize Money and Points Breakdown 2023 Zhengzhou Open with $780,637 on offer

The draw for the Zhengzhou Open, the final WTA 500 event of the 2023 season, has been confirmed, and the prize money and points breakdown is set.

The tournament will take place between October 9-15. Elena Rybakina, Marketa Vondrousova, Ons Jabeur, and Karolina Muchova will be the top seeds in Zhengzhou, China.

With only three days left before the tournament begins, the main draw will feature 12 players from the top 20 in the world rankings in the last major event before the WTA Finals and Elite Trophy, which will close out the season.

Many of the players will aim to earn valuable points to start the 2024 season on a strong note, and they will also compete for significant prizes before the year-end break.

They will get a welcome boost for winning the title, with the winner taking home $120,150. The finalist takes home $74,161. The semi-finalists claim $43,322 and this breakdown goes all the way down to losing in the first round which claims $8,310.

Points wise, it is 470 for the winner. 305 for the runner-up. Semi-Finalists receive 185 and the first-round losers all the way down get one point.

Points Prize Money
Winner 470 points $116,340
Finalist 305 points $71,960
Semi-finalists 185 points $42,010
Quarter-finalists 100 points $20,505
2nd round 55 points $11,185
1st round 1 point $8,080

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