Cordoba Open Prize Money 2023: All you need to know

The 2023 Cordoba Open, held from February 4 to February 12, 2023, was one of three ATP events that included the Dallas Open and the Open Sud de France. In the final, Sebastián Báez defeated Federico Coria with a score of 6–1, 3–6, 6–3. He claimed the singles tennis title at the 2023 Córdoba Open. Introduced to the ATP Tour in 2019, the Cordoba Open marked the commencement of the clay-court season and initiated a five-tournament series across Latin America, with Buenos Aires also hosting an event later in the month. In this article, we delve into Cordoba Open 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown

Cordoba Open 2023 Prize Overview

In the 2023 edition, the Cordoba Open witnessed a noteworthy increase in its total prize money, reaching $713,495, representing a substantial 32.58% surge compared to the previous year. Apart from offering 250 ranking points, the tournament significantly boosted the champion’s earnings to $97,760, more than doubling the payout from 2022 (+111.72%). The runner-up also enjoyed a considerable increase, receiving $57,025, marking a notable rise of 76.44% compared to the preceding year.

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Prize Money Breakdown for the Cordoba Open 2023

The table below gives you a full breakdown of prize money at the ATP 250 event in Cordoba this year. You can also see the % change from the prize money offered last year.

Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$97,760111.72%
Runner-up$57,02576.44%
Semifinal$33,52556.59%
Quarterfinal$19,42536.08%
Round 2$11,28022.14%
Round 1$6,89536.94%
Q2$3,44536.71%
Q1$1,88049.21%

Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner$33,960124.9%
Runner Up$18,17064.1%
Semi-Final$10,66046.0%
Quarter Final$5,95025.5%
Round 1$3,51026.26%

Cordoba Open Total Money History

YearTotal Prize Money% Change
2023$713,49532.58%
2022$538,16018.90%
2021$452,600-17.16%
2020$546,3553.50%
2019$527,880 

The Bottom Line!

The 2023 Cordoba Open, part of the ATP trio with Dallas and Sud de France, witnessed Sebastián Báez’s triumph. Báez defeated Coria 6–1, 3–6, 6–3, securing the singles title. The event, introduced in 2019, marks the clay season’s start, leading a Latin American series. Prize money surged by 32.58% to $713,495. The champion’s earnings doubled to $97,760 (+111.72%), and the runner-up received $57,025, a notable 76.44% increase from the previous year.

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