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Moselle Open Prize Money

2022 Breakdown & Historicals

By Jon Crim
Image Credit: Moselle Open

One of four ATP 250 tournaments hosted in France, the Moselle Open takes place annually in Metz and is named after the famous Moselle river that meanders through the picturesque city.

During its 19-year history that began in 2003, Frenchmen have dominated the tournament winning over 60% of the events. Past champs include Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gilles Simon, Lucas Pouille, and Gaël Monfils to name a few.

As a smaller indoor tournament played on hard courts, it doesn’t boast the most impressive purse. Despite that, the event’s prize money hits an all-time high of €534,555 for 2022, translating to $533,031 and £463,678, an impressive 27.4% over the prior year.

The tournament’s singles champion will pocket €81,310, and the runner-up will claim a check for €47,430, which are 98% and 61% increases, respectively, compared to 2021.

In doubles, the winning pair of the smaller 16-team doubles draw will split €28,250 and the runner-up €15,110, 84% and 37% increases over last year. It’s worth noting that all rounds across the tournament, including qualifying, see percentage gains, which we’ll cover in greater detail as part of this guide.

This guide provides fans with a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Moselle Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison.

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2022 Full Breakdown

Singles is the tournament’s main event featuring a 28-player draw compared to the 16-teams for doubles, so organizers distribute prize money accordingly. In 2022, roughly 80% of the purse supports singles, while the remaining 20% goes to doubles.

However, beyond the singles and doubles events, we can break prize money down by round to better understand earnings, with players making more money the further they progress. The following table summarizes this data over the years.

For your convenience, I’ve also converted prize money to euros and Sterling Pound, calculated using the prior year’s exchange rate on the day of the final for a close approximation of value.



Round 2£9,425£10,584£9,713£9,438£9,068£8,705£8,435£8,159£7,823£7,586£7,647£7,614£7,427£6,446£6,060£5,840
Round 1£5,758£6,368£5,823£5,592£5,372£5,157£4,997£4,832£4,628£4,496£4,540£4,518£4,468£3,824£3,581£3,438
Qualies Round 2£2,884£3,110£2,815£2,518£2,419£2,319£804£782£744£727£738£716
Qualies Roud 1£1,573£1,617£1,410£1,262£1,212£1,162£386£375£358£347£353£347£551£551£468

US Dollars

Please note that all historical data for the Croatia Open prize money in US dollars considers exchange rates on the day of the final for the years listed.

US Dollar20222021202020192018201720162015201420132012201120102009200820072006
Round 2$9,380$9,000$8,815$8,565$8,230$7,900$7,655$7,405$7,100$6,885$6,940$6,910$6,740$5,850$5,500$5,300
Round 1$5,730$5,415$5,285$5,075$4,875$4,680$4,535$4,385$4,200$4,080$4,120$4,100$4,055$3,470$3,250$3,120
Qualies Round 2$2,870$2,645$2,555$2,285$2,195$2,105$730$710$675$660$670$650
Qualies Roud 1$1,565$1,375$1,280$1,145$1,100$1,055$350$340$325$315$320$315$500$500$425

British Sterling Pound

Please note that all historical data for the Croatia Open prize money in British sterling pounds considers exchange rates on the day of the final for the years listed.

Sterling Pound20222021202020192018201720162015201420132012201120102009200820072006
Round 2€8,132€7,677€7,789€7,568€7,272€6,981€6,764€6,543€6,274€6,084€6,132€6,106€5,956€5,169€4,860€4,683
Round 1€4,967€4,619€4,670€4,484€4,308€4,135€4,007€3,875€3,711€3,605€3,641€3,623€3,583€3,066€2,872€2,757
Qualies Round 2€2,488€2,256€2,258€2,019€1,940€1,860€645€627€596€583€592€574
Qualies Roud 1€1,357€1,173€1,131€1,012€972€932€309€300€287€278€283€278€442€442€376

Doubles (Per Pair)

2022US DollarEuroSterling Pound
Round 1$2,920€2,935£2,532

Prize Money by Year

Every year, tournament organizers at the Moselle Open set prize money, which the event’s revenue heavily influences.

Some of the biggest influences on revenue include ticket sales, sponsorships, merchandise, and concessions, so as these change, so do available funds for prize money.

Since 2003, the prize money has increased or stayed flat every year except for 2008 and 2021, so they have an excellent track record of steady growth and success. Like many tournaments, their prize money slowed due to the pandemic. The event was canceled in 2020 and held with limited capacity in 2021.

The following table outlines the yearly prize money for the Moselle Open since 2003. Compared to the first year, 2022 prize money is up 51%, or €179,555.

YearMoselle Open Total Prize Money% Change

Please note that all data is in euros.


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

How much does the winner earn at the Moselle Open?

For 2022, the ATP winner at the Moselle Open will take home €81,310, which translates to $81,046 and £70,507.

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

For 2022, the ATP runner-up at the Moselle Open will take home €47,430, which translates to $47,269 and £41,138.

Is the Moselle Open’s prize money taxed?

Yes. The French government taxes all player earnings at the Moselle Open, reaching as high as 45%.

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