San Diego Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
In 2021, the San Diego Open debuted as one of the ATP tour’s newest events hosted at the Barnes Tennis Center.
Last year, the tournament hosted eight of the world’s top 20 players, including Casper Ruud, Andrey Rublev, and Denis Shapovalov, along with many other familiar faces.
For 2022, prize money at the San Diego Open increases by 2% to $612,200 compared to 2021, which is excellent for a newer tournament in its second year running.
The men’s singles champion will pocket $93,000 for his effort, while the runner-up will receive a check for $54,300, equating to a 0.5% increase and -0.1% decrease, respectively.
Percentage-wise, the most significant increases in prize money at the San Diego Open are in the earlier rounds, with a 13.7% and 8.4% jump for the first and second qualifying competitions. In comparison, the main draw’s first round bumps up 6%.
In doubles, the winning pair will split $32,340, while the runner-ups will share $17,300, representing 1.5% and 0.8% increases.
The remainder of this guide provides a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the San Diego Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison.