2023 Strasbourg Open WTA Prize Money & Points Overview

2023 Strasbourg Open WTA Prize Money & Points Overview

by Zachary Wimer

Prize money and points on offer are one of the things that make it interesting for players to compete at the 2023 Strasbourg Open.

As the 2023 Strasbourg Open, also known as the Internationaux de Strasbourg, commences from May 21st to 27th, tennis fans worldwide eagerly anticipate this WTA 250 event to see how well players prepared for the Roland Garros.

With the French Open just around the corner, players are seeking to sharpen their skills and earn valuable ranking points before the second Grand Slam of the year. The Strasbourg Open, held for the 37th time since its inception in 1987, will feature a new champion in 2023 as last year's winner, Angelique Kerber, recently gave birth to her first child.

While Kerber's absence will be felt, the entry list boasts names such as Karolina Pliskova, Beatriz Haddad Maia, Magda Linette, and Shuai Zhang. They will all fight for the title, as well as substantial prize money and ranking points at stake at the event.

With a total of 280 ranking points and a cash prize of $34,228 for the winner, the stakes are high at the Strasbourg Open as the overall prize pool reaches $259,303. Finalists will be awarded 180 ranking points and $20,226, while those who reach the semi-finals will earn 110 points and $11,275.

Players who make it to the quarter-finals will receive 60 points and $6,418, with second-round participants obtaining 30 points and $3,920. Lastly, those who exit in the first round will still take home 1 point and $2,804.

For full prize money and points distribution for the 2023 Strasbourg Open, be sure to see it below.

2023 Strasbourg Open WTA Prize Money & Points Overview:

Points Prize Money
Winner 280 points $34,228
Finalist 180 points $20,226
Semi-finalists 110 points $11,275
Quarter-finalists 60 points $6,418
2nd round 30 points $3,920
1st round 1 point $2,804


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