Moselle Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
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 20-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.