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Prize money for men and women tennis players at 2014 Portugal Open

Stan Wawrinka winner of 2013 Portugal Open with Roger Federer
Stan Wawrinka winner of 2013 Portugal Open with Roger Federer
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The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for men and women tennis players at the 2014 Portugal Open in singles play. The Portugal Open is being played from April 28th to May 3rd, 2014, on the clay courts at the sports complex of Jamor in Oeiras municipality in the city of Lisbon, Portugal.

Unlike at the four major Grand Slam tennis tournaments played each year where men and women are paid the same, the Portugal Open pays men and women players different amounts of prize money. As you can see below, the difference in prize money for men and women singles players is quite large at the 2014 Portugal Open.

All prize money shown is in U.S. dollars. The prize money is not cumulative, players only earn the amounts shown for the last round they advance to.

Prize money for men singles players at 2014 Portugal Open

The male winner of the 2014 Portugal Open in singles play will earn $107,027. That is up about 4.5% from the $102,438 that Stanislas Wawrinka earned in the Portugal Open with his win here in 2013.

  • Runner-up - $56,369

The runner-up at the 2014 Portugal Open will earn $56,369. That is up 4.4% from the $53,998 that David Ferrer earned with his runner-up finish here last year.

  • Semifinalists - $30,538

The two men semifinal losers will each earn $30,538 in 2014.

  • Quarter-finalists - $17,394

Reaching the quarterfinals in 2014 is worth $17,394 at the Portugal Open in 2014 for men singles players.

  • Second Round - $10,251

Reaching the second round is worth $10,251.

  • First Round - $6,070

Players who just show up and lose in the first round will each earn $6,070 in 2014.

Prize money for women singles players at 2014 Portugal Open

  • Winner - $43,000

The women's winner in singles play at the 2014 Portugal Open will earn $43,000. That is right around the same amount of money Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova earned with her win at the Portugal Open in 2013.

  • Runner-up - $21,400

The women runner-up at the 2014 Portugal Open will earn $21,400. About the same amount Carla Suarez Navarro earned here last year as the runner-up in singles play.

  • Semifinalists - $11,300

The two women semifinalist losers in 2014 will each earn $11,300.

  • Quarter-finalists - $6,175

Making the quarters is worth $6,175 for women tennis players in singles play this year at the Portugal Open.

  • Second Round - $3,400

Second round losers will each earn $3,400.

  • First Round - $2,100

Just for showing up in the first round is worth $2,100.