Dallas Open Prize Money
2023 Breakdown & Historicals
Running for its second consecutive year, the Dallas Open is an ATP 250 tournament held indoors at the Styslinger/Altec Tennis Complex, located on the campus of Southern Methodist University.
The tournament is one of ten held annually on hard courts in the United States and the only one that hosts players indoors, which replaces the New York Open that previously owned this slot on the calendar.
For 2023, prize money at the Dallas Open increases ever so slightly to $713,495, a 0.70% bump compared to last year, which is a positive sign for a new tournament starting to get its foothold.
In singles, the men’s champion will earn $112,125 or nearly 15% of the total purse, while the runner-up will pocket $65,405, an increase of 4% for both players compared to 2022.
In doubles, the winning team will share $38,960, while the runner-ups will split $20,850, representing a 4% increase for each over the prior year.
The following sections provide a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Dallas Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison.