Cordoba Open Prize Money
2023 Breakdown & Historicals
Replacing the Ecuador Open on the calendar in 2019, the Cordoba Open is an ATP 250 series tournament held in Argentina and the first clay court tournament of the season, kicking off the Golden Swing in Latin America.
Argentinian tennis player Juan Ignacio Londero has won the tournament twice, in 2019 and again in 2021, while countryman Andres Molteni is also a two-time champion in doubles in 2019 and 2022.
For 2023, the Cordoba Open’s prize money increases to $713,495, equating to €665,262 or £592,568, and represents a 33% jump over 2022 and the largest purse in the tournament’s history.
The singles champion will head home with a check for $97,760, or nearly 14% of the total prize money, while the runner-up will earn $57,025, representing 112% and 76% increases over last year.
On the doubles side, the winning pair will split a check for $33,960, and the team who claims the runner-up position will share $18,170, a 125% and 64% increase compared to 2022 for each of these amounts.
In the following sections, I provide a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Cordoba Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison.