What is the prize money for 2023 Cincinnati Open?

There is an increase of 5.08% in men's prize from last year at the upcoming Cincinnati Open.

What is the prize money for 2023 Cincinnati Open?

Cincinnati Masters (Credit: Perfect Tennis)

The Western & Southern Open, hosted at the legendary Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio, is steeped in tradition. It is one of the oldest tennis events in the United States. While the event continues to expand and establish its role as a cornerstone event on the tennis calendar. This year, it is expected to create history with a significant rise in prize money, highlighting its importance on the global tennis scene.


The Cincinnati Open was founded in 1899 and is currently known as the Western and Southern Opens due to sponsorship connections. It has endured the test of time while witnessing the evolution of the sport and featuring some of tennis’ most famous moments.

This year, the ATP and WTA tours will meet at the Lindner Family Tennis Center. Where an exciting joint event will be held that will include the best players from both circuits. With the US Open on the horizon, players are preparing to compete for significant ranking points and prize money before the season’s last Grand Slam.

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Round-wise prize money for the 2023 Cincinnati Open

Winners of Cincinnati Open 2022
Winners of Cincinnati Open 2022 (Credit: Outlook)

The overall prize money pool for the ATP leg of the tournament is $6,600,000, a 5.08% increase over the previous year. Meanwhile, the champion’s purse has surpassed the $1 million barrier. As the victor will be given an amazing $1,019,335 in prize money.

The runner-up’s prize money, like the champion’s, will increase by 5.08% from 2022. And the finalist will be walking away with a substantial $556,630 in honor of their outstanding performance.

The WTA 1000 circuit begins in tandem with the ATP competition in the women’s section of the Western and Southern Opens. The 2023 edition is ready to make history once more. With a 10.34% increase in the overall prize money pool, now stands at $2,788,468. This considerable increase underscores the tournament’s dedication to advancing women’s tennis and recognizing the outstanding talent on the courts.

2023Prize Money $ USD
Round 3$88,805
Round 2$47,620
Round 1$26,380
Men’s Single
2023Prize Money $ USD
Winner $454,500
Round 3$31,650
Round 2$17,930
Round 1$12,848
Women’s Single

The WS Open will take place from August 13 to August 20, 2023. Todd Martin is the tournament director. The event will include World No.1 Carlos Alcaraz, Novak Djokovic, Casper Ruud, Daniil Medvedev, and Stefanos Tsitsipas, among others.


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