Mifel Open, Los Cabos Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
Having started in 2016, the Mifel Open is a relative newcomer to the ATP 250 series of tournaments, which takes place annually at the famous vacation destination of Los Cabos, Mexico.
Now in its sixth year, the tournament will take place at the newly built Cabo Sports Complex, which boasts a center court stadium for 3,500 fans and a Grand Stand that fits 1,200.
For 2022, the Mifel Open’s prize money reaches an all-time high of $822,110, which equates to €801,906 and £671,096, a sizeable 37% increase over the purse in 2021.
The tournament’s winner will earn $125,040, while the runner-up will take home a respectable $72,395. These figures represent 113% and 72% increases over the prior year.
The doubles pair who wins the tournament will split $43,440, and the runner-up will pocket $23,250, which are also sizeable bumps of 98% and 48% vs. 2021.
You can explore a complete breakdown of the 2020 Mifel Open prize money in the following tables, along with historical data for reference and comparison.