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Firenze Open Prize Money

2022 Breakdown & Historicals

By Jon Crim
Image Credit: Corriere Fiorentino

Hosted in the beautiful city of Florence, Itay, the UniCredit Firenze Open is operating under a single-year license to bring men’s professional tennis to the area for the first time since 1994.

The tournament will run at the Palazzo Wanny, a multi-purpose indoor event venue located east of the city’s historic downtown. It will feature a 28-player singles and 16-team doubles draw on hard courts.

For 2022, the Firenze Open’s total prize money amounts to $612,000, which equates to €631,091 and £551,678 at the time of writing.

The tournament’s champion in singles will receive a check for $93,090, which equates to 15% of the total purse. On the other hand, the runner-up will pocket $54,300, 42% less than the winner and 9% of the total.

In doubles, the team crowned champs this year will share $32,340, while the losing pair will split $17,300, 47% less than the winners.

The data in the following sections provide a complete breakdown of prize money at the Firenze Open for quick comparison. You’ll also find currency conversions from US dollars to the euro and sterling pound.

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2022 Full Breakdown

The Firenze Open consists of two events, singles and doubles. Between the two, roughly 80% of prize money funds singles, while the remaining 20% goes to the doubles event, as is typical with ATP tournaments.

Beyond disciple, prize money breaks down further by how far a player progresses through the tournament – the better a player’s result, the more they get paid. For example, the winner in singles will earn nearly three times as much as a player who loses in the semifinals.

The following tables outline Firenze Open’s prize money by round for singles and doubles. Since the tournament is operating under a one-year license, there isn’t any historical data for reference. However, if the event continues, we’ll detail those figures for subsequent years.

Conversion of prize money to euro and sterling pound uses the prior year’s exchange rate on the day of the final.

Singles

Dollar

US Dollar2022
Winner$93,090
Runner-up$54,300
Semifinal$31,925
Quarterfinal$18,495
Round 2$10,740
Round 1$6,565
Qualies Round 2$3,280
Qualies Roud 1$1,790

Euro

Euro2022
Winner£95,015
Runner-up£55,423
Semifinal£32,585
Quarterfinal£18,877
Round 2£10,962
Round 1£6,701
Qualies Round 2£3,348
Qualies Roud 1£1,827

British Sterling Pound

Sterling Pound2022
Winner€83,111
Runner-up€48,479
Semifinal€28,503
Quarterfinal€16,512
Round 2€9,589
Round 1€5,861
Qualies Round 2€2,928
Qualies Roud 1€1,598

Doubles (Per Pair)

2022US DollarEuroSterling Pound
Winner$32,340€33,012£28,882
Runner Up$17,300€17,659£15,450
Semi Final$10,150€10,361£9,065
Quarter Final$5,670€5,788£5,064
Round 1$3,340€3,409£2,983

Prize Money by Year

Scheduled for one year, we don’t have historical data for the Firenze Open, but we’ll keep a close eye on total prize money moving forward if the ATP awards the tournament a future license and record it here.

More generally, a tournament’s success influences prize money, with revenue generators, including ticket sales, sponsorships, merchandise, and concessions, all playing a role in available funds for future years.

YearSan Diego Open Total Prize Money% Change
2022$612,000

Please note that all data is in US dollars.

FAQs

Here are a few frequently asked questions from fans and attendees about the Firenze Open’s prize money.

How much does the winner earn at the Firenze Open?

For 2022, the winner at the Firenze Open will take home $93,090, which translates to €95,993 and £83,915.

How much does the runner-up earn at the Firenze Open?

For 2022, the runner-up at the Firenze Open will take home $54,300, which translates to €55,993 and £48,948.

Is the Firenze Open’s prize money taxed?

Yes. Italy’s government taxes all player earnings at the Firenze Open, reaching as high as 43%

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