Indian Wells prize money as Emma Raducanu looks to add to $2.5million US Open prize pot


If Raducanu can win the tournament, she will walk away with USD$1,209,730 (£872,412)- a massive sum though down by 10.66% compared to the tournament’s last edition in 2019, according to Perfect Tennis.

The tournament was the first of many to be cancelled due to the pandemic in 2020, and this year was postponed from its usual slot in March.

Runners-up also face a pay cut compared to the last edition of the tournament, pocketing USD$640,000 (£461,544) – down by 6.71% compared to 2019.

Semi-finalists and quarter-finalists will see a 5.37% and 3.85% cut compared to 2019 respectively, with players getting USD$335,000 (£241,589) for making the last-four and USD$175,000 (£126,203) for making the last-eight.



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