The 2016 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships took place from February 22-27, 2016, a the Aviation Club Tennis Centre located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Here is a list of the prize money that the players earned at the 2016 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.
All prize money listed below is not cumulative. The players only earned the amounts listed from the last rounds they advanced to. For each round below the increase in prize money from last year’s tournament has also been noted.
- Winner – $511,750
For winning the 2016 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Stan Wawrinka from Switzerland earned $511,750. That’s up 1.3% over the $505,000 that Roger Federer earned when he won the tournament last year.
Runner-up – $240,340
As the runner-up to Stan Wawrinka at the 2016 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, Marcos Baghdatis from Cyprus earned $240,340. That is up 5.6% over the $227,640 that Novak Djokovic earned as runner-up here last year.
- Semis – $119,340
Reaching the semis was worth $119,340 for both Nick Kyrgios from Australia and Feliciano Lopez from Spain. That is up 10.7% over the $107,830 that Borna Coric from Serbia and Tomas Berdych from the Czech Republic earned last year when they lost in the semis.
- Quarters – $59,670
Reaching the quarters was worth $59,670 for Novak Djokovic, Phillip Kohlschreiber, Roberto Bautisto Agut and Tomas Berdych. That is up 14.7% over the $52,030 that Andy Murray, Richard Gasquet, Marsel Ilhan, and Sergiy Stahkovsky all earned when they lost last year in the quarters at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.
- Second round – $30,235
Reaching the second round in 2016 was worth $30,235 for players like Thomas Fabbiano and Lukas Rosol. That is up 14% over the $26,530 that players like Fernando Verdasco and Feliciano Lopez earned when they lost in the second round last year.
- First round – $15,910
Just for playing in the first round players like Martin Klizan earned $15,910. That is up 9.1% over the $14,590 that players like Ernests Gulbis earned last year when he lost in the first round of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.