2023 Charleston Open WTA Prize Money & Points Overview - $780,637

2023 Charleston Open WTA Prize Money & Points Overview - $780,637

by Zachary Wimer

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The WTA Tour will move to clay and the first event on the red dirt is the 2023 Charleston Open played from April 3rd to 9th.

The tournament in Charleston is a WTA 500 event and last year, Belinda Bencic lifted the trophy. In 2023, the Swiss player will defend her title but also the big part of the points and prize money that she earned.

This year, the total prize pool amounts to $780,637 with players eyeing their share for each round reached. The 2023 Charleston Open is held at the LTP-Daniel Island in Charleston, South Carolina, United States.

The champion will receive 470 points and $120,150 as the top prize. In Charleston, the runner-up will be awarded 305 points and $74,161, while the two losing semifinalists will each obtain 185 points and $43,322.

The likes of Aryna Sabalenka, Ons Jabeur, and Jessica Pegula will compete in the event, and for them, not reaching the quarterfinals would undoubtedly be a letdown. Players who make it to the quarterfinals earn 100 points and $21,075.

For a first-round defeat, each player receives 1 point and $8,310. Those who advance to the second round are granted 55 points and $11,500. The comprehensive prize money and points breakdown can be found below.

2023 Charleston Open WTA Prize Money & Points Overview:

Points Prize Money
Winner 470 points $120,150
Finalist 305 points $74,161
Semi-finalists 185 points $43,322
Quarter-finalists 100 points $21,075
2nd round 55 points $11,500
1st round 1 point $8,310



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