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The Heineken Open 2014 tournament takes place from January 6 to January 11. This ATP 250 hardcourt event is one of the lucrative warm-up events leading to the Australian Open 2014 tournament which begins next week. World number three David Ferrer of Spain is aiming to set a record as the only player to win this event five times. Ferrer enters the tournament as a three time defending champion. The event has a total financial commitment of $514,345.
Here’s the prize money breakdown and corresponding ranking points for Heineken Open 2014:
Winner: $82,500 | 250 points
Finalist: $43,450 | 150 points
Semifinalist: $23,535 | 90 points
Quarterfinalist: $13,410 | 45 points
Second Round: $7,900 | 20 points
First Round: $4,680| 0 points
The winning doubles team will get $25,060 in prize money.
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