Swedish Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
One of 39 ATP 250 tournaments, the Swedish Open, otherwise known as the Nordea Open, is held annually in the beautiful coastal town of Bastad, Sweden. For 2022, the tournament’s prize money is €534,555, which translates to $536,396 and £453,194 as the event’s highest-ever purse.
The tournament began in 1948 and is a favorite among players, having received the ATP 250 Tournament of the Year vote for 11 straight years starting in 2002. It’s one of five clay court tournaments in July before the hard court swing kicks off.
This year, the singles champion will take home €81,310, a 98% bump over the prior year, while the runner-up will earn €47,430, which equates to a 61% increase over 2021.
For doubles pairs, the prize money is €28,250 and €15,110 for the winner and runner-up, 84% and 37% increases, respectively.
It’s worth noting that these types of increases aren’t typical. However, last year the tournament was recuperating from the pandemic and took place with limited fan capacity, resulting in significantly lower prize money than this year.
In the following sections, I provide a full breakdown and recap of the Swedish Open’s historical prize money.