Generali Open, Kitzbühel Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
One of the ATP tour’s most stunning stops, the Generali Open, takes place in the small Alpine town of Kitzbühel, which is part of the Austrian province of Tyrol, a popular winter resort area. It’s one of 39 ATP 250 tournaments and, for 2022, offers a prize purse of €534,555, equivalent to $540,539 and £449,415.
The town of Kitzbühel has a rich history of tennis tournaments, with the first-ever taking place in 1904. Even the existing tournament dates back to 1945. In 2019, Dominic Thiem became the first Austrian champion in 26 years, following in Thomas Muster’s footsteps.
In 2022, the singles champion will take home €81,310, and the runner-up will earn a healthy €47,430, representing 98% and 61% increases over 2021.
For doubles, the earnings are significantly less, with the winning doubles pair splitting €28,250 and the runner-ups sharing €15,110 in prize money.
The following sections provide a complete breakdown of prize money at the 2022 Generali Open and historical data for comparison.