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WTA Qatar Ladies Open Prize Money 2023

Qatar Ladies Open Prize Money

This tournament is sponsored by Total, so the competition is named in Qatar TotalEnergies Open. The first edition of the women’s Qatar Open was played in 2001. After the Australian Open, it is played in the mid of February.

At the Khalifa Int’l Tennis and Squash Complex, the Qatar ladies’ open played. In 2011, Qatar became the WTA Premier competition, and Dubai and Qatar now alternate hosting the WTA 500 and WTA 1000 events.

Here, we have discussed the prize money for the women’s Qatar Open for the 2023 season.

Qatar Ladies Open Prize Money 2023

The total prize money for Women’s Qatar Open is $780k which 38% increase as compared to the previous edition. The singles champion will receive a $120k prize and the doubles winners take $40k.

While the runner-up of singles will take $74k and the doubles runners-up get a cheque for $24k. The semi-finalist of singles will take a $43k prize share and the doubles will get a $13k payout.

Standings Singles Prize Doubles Prize
Winner $120k $40k
Runner-up $74k $24k
Semifinal $43k $13k
Quarterfinal $21k $7k
Round 2 $11k $4k
Round 1 $8k
Q3 $3k
Q2 $2k
Q1 $2k

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Qatar Ladies Open Prize Money History

The prize money of the women’s Qatar Open is significantly increased every year. The competition was not played in 2009 & 2010. $592k was the prize money for the 2011 edition and in the 2023 season, the prize pool grow up to $780k.

Year Prize Share Status
2023 $780,637 WTA 500
2022 $2,632,448 WTA 1000
2021 $565,530 WTA 500
2020 $2,939,695 Premier 5
2019 $851,031 Premier
2018 $2,872,250 Premier 5
2017 $708,900 Premier
2016 $2,517,250 Premier 5
2015 $692,260 Premier
2014 $2,139,320 Premier 5
2013 $2,068,250 Premier 5
2012 $1,768,650 Premier 5
2011 $592,900 Premier
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