Croatia Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
Sitting on the northwest corner of the Istrian peninsula, Umag is a beautiful coastal city that’s home to the Croatia Open, an ATP 250 tennis tournament that runs annually in July. The event’s prize money for 2022 is €534,555, equating to $542,140 and £449,530.
Previously the Yugoslavia Open, when it first started in 1990, the clay court tournament transitioned to the Croatia Open in 1992, and it remains the country’s oldest tennis event. The ITC Stella Maris tennis center court is named after Goran Ivanišević.
This year, the tournament will reward the singles champion with €81,310, while the runner-up will take home €47,430. These figures represent 98% and 61% increases in prize money over the prior year.
The doubles champions will earn €28,250 for their efforts, while the runner-up pair will make nearly half of that at €15,110, which are sizeable 84% and 37% increases.
The tables in the following sections outline a complete breakdown of prize money at the 2022 Croatia Open, along with historical data for reference and comparison.