Cincinnati Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
From its humble beginnings in 1899 at the Avondale Athletic Club, the Cincinnati Open has a rich history and dedicated fan base that has supported its growth into a premiere Masters and WTA 1000 tournament, which offers big prize money for men and women.
Now known as the Western & Southern Open due to the title sponsor’s involvement, the tournament is one of six US Open Series tournaments leading up to the US Open at the end of August.
In 2022, the ATP tournament’s prize money rises to its highest mark at $6,280,880, equating to €6,167,667 and £5,201,762.
The winner on the men’s side will take home a generous $970,020 paycheck, while the runner-up will pocket $529,710, which has increased 48% and 49% compared to last year.
In doubles, the champion pair will earn $297,620, and the runner-up team will split $161,670, which, although not typical, are massive 310%, and 218% jumps over 2021.
WTA prize money is up 20% to $2,527,250, which translates to €2,482,100 and £2,093,068, but it’s still 15% lower than its peak in 2019, which was $2,944,486.
The ladies champion will earn $412,000 for her efforts, while the runner-up will receive a check for $242,800, which are impressive 61% and 29% increases compared to last year.
The remainder of this guide provides a complete breakdown of the Cincinnati Open’s prize money and historical data for reference.