Sofia Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
The Sofia Open, which the city of Sofia, Bulgaria, first hosted in 2016, is an ATP 250 indoor hardcourt tournament held annually at the Arena Armeec Sofia, a multifunctional sports arena with 12,373 seats.
With a population exceeding 1.25 million, Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is a fitting location for the tournament. The country is also home to its 2017 champion Grigor Dimitrov, who became champion during his first appearance to capture his sixth career title.
For 2022, the Sofia Open’s total prize money is €534,555, which is its highest on record and up 27.4% from 2021. That translates to $514,316 and £477,337, which is relatively consistent with many other smaller ATP 250 tournaments held throughout the year.
The singles champion this year will receive a check for €81,310, while the runner-up will earn himself €47,430, roughly 60% of that sum and 97.6% and 60.8% increases over 2021 earnings.
The doubles champions will split a much smaller sum of €28,250, and their competitors who earn the runner-up spot will divvy up €15,110, which equates to 83.9% and 37.4% increases over last year.
The remainder of this guide provides an overview and detailed breakdown of the Sofia Open’s prize money and historical data for quick reference and comparison, including currency conversion to euros and sterling pounds.