Agnieszka Radwanska returns to New Haven looking to defend the title she won last year and earn some more serious income. Apart from the 470 WTA points for the champion, over $130,000 of money is also up for grabs for the last woman standing in this tournament. Will Radwanska get both? Or will it be another player, who’ll win it all?
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2017 WTA Connecticut Open and Prize Breakdown
Prize Money Table
What do you know? The women getting paid more than their male counterparts this week. The winner of this year’s Connecticut Open is going to need some big space in her purse, enough to fit in $132,300. The runner up will get to take home $71,090; the seminfalists, $37,322; and the quarterfinalists, $20,085.The distribution of dead presidents doesn’t end there, as players who get knocked out in the first and second round would still be pocketing $5,915 and $10,690, respectively.
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