Argentina Open, Buenos Aires Prize Money
2023 Breakdown & Historicals
Established in 1927, the Argentina Open is a long-standing tournament that takes place annually in Buenos Aires at the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club, a clay court venue known as the Cathedral of Argentinean tennis.
Historically, locals have enjoyed plenty of success, with past champions including David Nalbandian, Juan Monaco, Gaston Gaudio, and Guillermo Coria. However, in 2021 Diego Schwartzman broke a 12-year drought for Argentina, defeating countryman Francisco Cerúndolo in the finals.
For 2023, the total prize money at the Argentina Open reaches its highest point on record at $626,595, equating to €583,742 and £514,528, representing a 4% jump compared to last year.
In singles, the champion will take home $95,305, while the runner-up will pocket 60% of that amount or $55,595. In both cases, earnings for these prize figures grew 4% year over year.
On the doubles side, the winning team will split a check for $33,110, while the pair who loses in the finals will share $17,720. Like singles, these amounts have grown by 4% compared to 2022.
In the following sections, I’ve provided a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Argentina Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison. For reference, I’ve included currency conversions from euros to US dollars and sterling pounds.