The Doha 2014 Qatar Open is scheduled to take place from December 30 to January 4. This ATP World Tour 250 hardcourt event signals the start of the new season. The Doha 2014 Qatar Open has a total prize money of $ 1,195,500. World number one Rafael Nadal, number three David Ferrer and number four Andy Murray head a stellar field.
Here’s the prize money breakdown and corresponding ranking points for Doha 2014 Qatar Open:
Winner: $188,600 | 250 points
Finalist: $99,325 | 150 points
Semifinalist: $53,800 | 90 points
Quarterfinalist: $30,655 | 45 points
Second Round: $18,060 | 20 points
First Round: $10,700 | 0 points
The winning doubles team will get $60,400 in prize money.
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