Players, who attend the tournament don't look to win only their share of the prize money and points, but also the brand new Porsche for the champion. This year, the champion will get Porsche Taycan Turbo S Sport Turismo.
The entry list features almost every top player and they will all compete for their share of $780,637. The champion gets 470 points and $120,150 next to the brand-new car, while the finalist will go home with 305 points and $74,161.
As at every WTA event, everyone will be rewarded with the prize money and points distribution starting at 1 point and $8,310 for the first-round exit.
Those that lose in the second round will get 55 points and $11,500 and for the quarterfinal loss, players will get 100 points and $21,075. Two beaten semifinalists will each get 185 points and $43,322.
See the full prize money and points overview for the 2023 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart below.
2023 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Stuttgart WTA Prize Money & Points Overview:
|2nd round||55 points||$11,500|
|1st round||1 point||$8,310|