Swiss Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
Set in the picturesque resort town of Gstaad, the Swiss Open is an annual ATP 250 tennis tournament held in July. In 2022, the tournament’s prize money is €534,555, which equates to $542,841 and £453,983.
The tournament is well-known as Roger Federer’s first professional tournament in 1998 and for having gifted him a cow on two separate occasions, in 2003 after winning his first Wimbledon title and in 2013, having not played the event for a few years.
This year’s singles champion will earn €81,310, while the runner-up will pocket €47,430, a 98% and 61% increase over 2021.
Doubles pairs saw similar spikes in prize money, with the winners taking home €28,250 and the runner-up €15,110, representing an 84% and 37% increase compared to the prior year.
For a complete breakdown of prize money at the 2022 Swiss Open and historical data for comparison, check out the tables in the following sections.