European Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
In its seventh edition, the European Open is the only professional ATP tennis tournament held in Belgium. It takes place at the multipurpose Lotto Arena in Antwerp, which has a seating capacity of 8,000.
The event is a smaller indoor hard court tournament with a 28-player singles draw, and 16-team doubles draw, which is standard for this tier. It’s one of three ATP 250 events scheduled on the tour’s calendar this week, including the Stockholm and Napoli Cup.
For 2022, the total prize money at the European Open is €648,130, equating to $637,986 and £561,701. It’s the largest purse ever for the tournament and a 27% bump over 2021.
The winner in singles will take home a check for €98,580, while the runner-up will earn 42% less or €57,505. These are 98% and 61% increases compared to last year, with the more significant percentage increases resulting from the tournament recovering from the pandemic.
In doubles, the championship pair will split €34,250, and their opponents will earn slightly more than half, divvying up €18,320. Like singles, these figures saw significant 84% and 37% growth rates vs. 2021.
The remainder of this guide provides a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the European Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison. I’ve also included currency conversions from euros to dollars and British sterling pounds.