WTA PRIZE MONEY and Points Breakdown 2024 Qatar Open with $3,211,715 on offer

The Prize Money and Points Breakdown has been confirmed ahead of the 2024 Qatar Open Doha, scheduled to take place between February 11-17, 2024. The tournament will feature 15 players from the top-20 and marks the return of many top players since the Australian Open, including Iga Swiatek, Coco Gauff, and Qinwen Zheng.

With a record prize money package totaling $3,211,715, the tournament's purse has quadrupled compared to last year when it was a WTA 500. It is now upgraded to the new WTA 1000 category.

The main absence will undoubtedly be the recent Australian Open champion Sabalenka, who opted for a break during that week. Other notable players missing include Jessica Pegula (No. 5), Karolina Muchova (No. 10), Madison Keys (No. 16), and Petra Kvitova (No. 17), who is absent due to pregnancy. Additionally, Dayana Yastremska (No. 26) and Linda Noskova (No. 28) won't be participating.

Current world No. 1 Swiatek is the defending champion and has won the title twice consecutively. She aims for her third trophy, which would make her the most successful player in the tournament's history. Currently, she shares the record with Petra Kvitova, Victoria Azarenka, Maria Sharapova, and Anastasia Myskina, all of whom are two-time champions since the tournament's inception in 2001.

2024 Qatar Open Doha WTA Prize Money & Points Overview:

Points Prize Money
Winner 1000 points $523,485
Final 650 points $308,320
Semi-final 390 points $158,944
Quarter-final 215 points $72,965
3rd round 120 points $36,454
2nd round 65 points $20,650
1st round 10 points $14,800

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