Open Sud de France 2020 Prize Money

Open Sud de Prize Money

Open Sud de France will played on indoor hard courts. The schedule for the tournament announced. ATP tennis tournament held at (Montpellier, France). Jo-Wilfried Tsonga current defending champion in singles and Ivan Dodig, Édouard Roger-Vasselin defending champions of doubles. Open Sud de prize money increased for the 2020 tournament.

Tournament held in 2020, 33rd edition of Open Sud de France. The overall prize money adjusted for the tournament is (€606k). The winner in singles competition earn (€91k) share from Open sud de prize money 2020. Further details about the prize fund distribution you can see in the given table.

Open Sud de France 2020 Prize Money
Standings
Prize Money
Singles Winners Shares
Winner
€91,010
Runner-up
€50,380
Semi Finalist
€28,360
Quarter Finalist
€16,140
2nd Round
€9,260
1st Round
€5,415
Qualifiers round 2
€2,645
Qualifiers round 1
€1,375
Doubles Winnings Share
Winner
€30,690
Runner-up
€15,730
Semi finalist
€8,520
Quarter finalist
€4,870
Round 1
€2,860
Total Prize Money
€606,005

The double’s winner received winning share of (€30.6k) and runner-up in the competition received share of (€15.7k) from the prize money. Those who suffer defeat in singles earn (€28,360) and in doubles (€8,520). Quarter final losing players in doubles earn (€4,870) and singles earn (€16,140). Only singles received qualification bonus money in 2nd and 1st round of qualifiers. The prize money of €2,645 adjusted for the qualification round 2 and (€1,375) adjusted for the 1st round of qualifiers.

David Goffin, Denis Shapovalov, Stan Wawrinka, Adrian Mannarino and Dan Evens with recent increase in rankings qualified for the tournament. All players qualification completed before 3rd February for doubles and singles categories.

All of the information about the prize money of the current touranemtn gathered from trusted sources of tennis, if any changes made to the current fund for the tournament updated here later.

Sources : ATP Tennis, Perfect Tennis, World Tour Tennis, BBC Sports