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Hall of Fame Open Prize Money

2022 Breakdown & Historicals

By Jon Crim
Image Credit: Hall of Fame Open

Newport, RI, home of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, hosts the Infosys Hall of Fame Open annually in July. For 2022, the ATP 250 tennis tournament offers $594,950 in prize money.

In 1881, the Hall of Fame held its first tournament, the US National Lawn Tennis Championship, which relocated to New York City in 1914 and eventually became the US Open.

In 1976 the Hall of Fame introduced a new tournament, which is now known as the Infosys Hall of Fame Open. Uniquely, it’s the only grass court tennis tournament held outside of Europe.

For 2022, the tournament’s prize money is its highest ever, with a 27% increase over 2021. However, it’s a mere 2% increase over 2019’s pre-pandemic prize money number. Organizers canceled The Hall of Fame Open in 2020 due to the pandemic.

In singles, the tournament’s winner will take home $90,495, while the runner-up will pocket $52,790. Those are a 98% and 61% increase over 2021 prize numbers, but prize money last year was stunted due to the tournament’s recovery from the pandemic.

Doubles teams at the 2022 Hall of Fame Open will earn $31,440 and $16,820 for the winner and runner-up, which equates to 84% and 37% increases vs. 2021, respectively.

Keep reading for a complete breakdown and recap of historical prize money for the Hall of Fame Open.

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2022 Full Breakdown

The Infosys Hall of Fame Open distributes prize money between singles, doubles, and singles qualifying rounds. For 2022, roughly 80% of prize money is distributed to singles, while the remaining 20% goes to doubles, which is relatively typical at tennis tournaments.

Below we’ve included how prize money for this tournament breaks down by round for singles and doubles. You can scroll left and right on the tables to view data for prior years.

Please note that conversions to the US dollar and Sterling Pound consider the exchange rate on the day of the previous year’s final.

Singles

US Dollar

US Dollar2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007
Winner$90,495$45,795$100,600$99,375$95,495$91,630$84,250$81,500$78,000$68,220$76,500$75,700$79,000$64,000$65,850
Runner-up$52,790$32,835$54,395$52,340$50,295$48,260$44,370$42,920$41,100$35,920$40,300$39,780$41,500$34,000$35,500
Semifinal$31,035$23,375$30,040$28,350$27,245$26,140$24,000$23,250$22,280$19,460$21,800$21,525$22,000$19,000$19,750
Quarterfinal$17,985$15,580$17,065$16,155$15,520$14,890$13,700$13,245$12,690$11,085$12,435$12,325$12,000$10,500$11,000
Round 2$10,440$10,015$9,820$9,515$9,145$8,775$8,070$7,805$7,475$6,530$7,325$7,260$7,050$6,385$6,450
Round 1$6,380$6,030$5,880$5,640$5,420$5,200$4,780$4,625$4,430$3,870$4,340$4,300$4,340$3,600$3,800
Qualies Round 2$3,190$2,945$2,845$2,535$2,440$2,340$810$785$750$660$740$740n/an/an/a
Qualies Roud 1$1,740$1,530$1,420$1,270$1,220$1,170$390$380$360$315$360$360$550$500$500

Euros

Please note that all historical data for the Hall of Fame Open prize money in euros considers exchange rates on the day of the final for the years listed.

Euro2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007
Winner€88,974€38,511€89,677€88,585€85,127€81,681€75,103€72,651€69,531€60,813€68,194€67,481€70,423€57,051€58,700
Runner-up€51,902€27,613€48,489€46,657€44,834€43,020€39,553€38,260€36,638€32,020€35,924€35,461€36,994€30,308€31,646
Semifinal€30,513€19,657€26,778€25,272€24,287€23,302€21,394€20,726€19,861€17,347€19,433€19,188€19,611€16,937€17,606
Quarterfinal€17,683€13,102€15,212€14,401€13,835€13,273€12,213€11,807€11,312€9,881€11,085€10,987€10,697€9,360€9,806
Round 2€10,264€8,422€8,754€8,482€8,152€7,822€7,194€6,958€6,663€5,821€6,530€6,472€6,285€5,692€5,750
Round 1€6,273€5,071€5,242€5,028€4,832€4,635€4,261€4,123€3,949€3,450€3,869€3,833€3,869€3,209€3,387
Qualies Round 2€3,136€2,477€2,536€2,260€2,175€2,086€722€700€669€588€660€660n/an/an/a
Qualies Roud 1€1,711€1,287€1,266€1,132€1,088€1,043€348€339€321€281€321€321€490€446€446

British Sterling Pound

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

Sterling Pound2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007
Winner£75,252£33,104£80,409£79,430£76,329£73,240£67,341£65,143£62,345£54,528£61,146£60,507£63,144£51,155£52,634
Runner-up£43,898£23,735£43,478£41,835£40,201£38,574£35,465£34,306£32,851£28,711£32,212£31,796£33,171£27,176£28,375
Semifinal£25,808£16,897£24,011£22,660£21,777£20,894£19,183£18,584£17,808£15,554£17,425£17,205£17,585£15,187£15,786
Quarterfinal£14,956£11,262£13,640£12,913£12,405£11,902£10,950£10,587£10,143£8,860£9,939£9,851£9,592£8,393£8,792
Round 2£8,682£7,240£7,849£7,605£7,310£7,014£6,450£6,239£5,975£5,219£5,855£5,803£5,635£5,104£5,155
Round 1£5,305£4,359£4,700£4,508£4,332£4,156£3,821£3,697£3,541£3,093£3,469£3,437£3,469£2,877£3,037
Qualies Round 2£2,653£2,129£2,274£2,026£1,950£1,870£647£627£599£528£591£591n/an/an/a
Qualies Roud 1£1,447£1,106£1,135£1,015£975£935£312£304£288£252£288£288£440£400£400

Doubles (Per Pair)

2022EuroUS DollarSterling Pound
Winner$31,440£26,143€30,907
Runner-up$16,820£13,986€16,535
Semifinal$9,860£8,199€9,693
Quarterfinal$5,510£4,582€5,417
Round 1$3,250£2,702€3,195

Prize Money by Year

Total prize money for Infosys Hall of Fame Open changes yearly. In most cases, it goes up, but not always.

Various factors influence a tournament’s prize money, including the prior year’s success of the event, which is one of the main reasons 2021 prize money was low after 2020’s cancelation.

YearHall of Fame Open Total Prize Money% Change
2022$594,95027%
2021$466,870-20%
2020Canceled
2019$583,5855%
2018$557,0504%
2017$535,6254%
2016$515,0256%
2015$488,2253%
2014$474,0054%
2013$455,77514%
2012$398,250-10%
2011$442,5000%
2010$442,5000%
2009$442,50023%
2008$360,000-8%
2007$391,00010%
2006$355,0000%
2005$355,0000%
2004$355,0000%
2003$355,000-5%
2002$375,0000%
2001$375,0007%
2000$350,000

Please note that all data is in US dollars.

FAQs

Frequently asked questions from fans and attendees about the Infosys Hall of Fame Open, Newport’s prize money.

How much does the winner earn at the Hall of Fame Open in Newport, RI?

For 2022, the winner at Newport will take home $90,495, which converts to €428,303 or £341,647.

How much does the runner-up earn at the Hall of Fame Open in Newport, RI?

For 2022, the runner-up at the Hall of Fame Open will take home $52,790, which converts to €230,450 or £183,824.

Why did prize money at the Hall of Fame Open go down in 2021?

The Hall of Fame didn’t hold the tournament in 2020 due to the pandemic. In 2021, they had limited attendance. As a result, the event couldn’t offer the same prize money as in previous years.

Is the Hall of Fame Open’s prize money taxed?

Yes. The United States taxes all player earnings at the Hall of Fame Open according to its current tax rate. The amount increases the more a player earns and caps out at 37% in 2022.

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