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WTA 1000: Guadalajara Open 2022 Prize Money and Breakdown

The Guadalajara Open of the WTA 1000 tournament has kicked off in Latin America for the current season. The campaign started on the 15th of October amidst some sponsorship issues. However, the game stands unaffected as the singles and doubles seeds face off to clinch the WTA title. And, in turn, the prize money that the tournament brings in. Read on to find out the distribution trend for the Guadalajara Open Prize Money and Breakdown.

Guadalajara Open 2022 Prize Money and Breakdown

With a whopping money purse sporting $2,527,250 in total, the contenders will look forward to clinching the biggest prize. The Champion of this season’s Guadalajara Open will get $412,000 as the prize money. And the first-round seed will have $3,580 as their reward for participation. As for the finalist stopped as the runner-up in the October 23 final, the reward will amount to $242,800.

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Guadalajara Open Prize Money Breakdown for Singles Draw

PositionPrize Money
Quarter-Finalist $57,440
Round 3$28,730
Round 2$16,340
Round 1$11,725

Guadalajara Open Prize Money Breakdown for Doubles Draw

The winner of the doubles draw will get $120,300 in total divided equally for both in the team. The runners-up will end up with $67,630. For the others, it goes, subsequently down as per the position a seed ends up in. The pair making the earliest exit, that is from the first stage itself, the amount is slated at $7,120.

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PositionPrize Money
Winner $120,300
Round 2$10,620
Round 1$7,120

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