Have a look at the prize money earned by WTA and ATP players at the APIA International in Sydney in 2013.
APIA International WTA Prize Money
Total women’s prize money $690,000
Agnieszka Radwanska defeated Dominika Cibulkova in the final on Friday 11 January.
Semi Finalist: $32,830
Quarter Finalist: $17,650
Second Round: $9,340
First Round: $5,200
APIA International ATP Prize Money
Total men’s prize money $436,630
Bernard Tomic defeated Kevin Anderson in the final on Saturday 12 January.
Semi Finalist: $22,500
Quarter Finalist: $12,810
Second Round: $7,550
First Round: $4,470
Information was sourced from the APIA International Men’s and Women’s Draws.
Also view the Brisbane International Prize Money and the 2013 Australian Open Prize Money.
If you prefer, some pics of Maria Sharapova at Sugarpova launch in Melbourne.
Until next time
Grand Slam Gal
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The men’s and women’s tournaments are separate so the WTA has allocated more prize money than the ATP for this tournament.
Brian Raue says
I cannot understand why there is higher prize money for the women!
With a number of top players not participating this is a good opportunity for those players attending to win more cash and ranking points without having to be a top 10 player.