Citi Open, Washington Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
Held annually since 1969 in Rock Creek Park, the Washington Open, otherwise known as the Citi Open, is one of 13 ATP 500 tournaments held annually across the globe.
The hard court tournament is one of seven US Open series events culminating in August at the US Open in Flushing Meadows, NY. Held alongside the ATP tournament, there’s also a WTA 250 event for fans to enjoy.
For 2022, the Citi Open’s total prize money is $1,953,285, which translates to €1,904,247 and £1,593,782, a nominal 3% increase over the prior year’s event.
The singles champion will earn $342,800 for his efforts, while the runner-up will take home $182,825, representing a 2% decline for the champ and a 2% increase for his opponent.
In doubles, the winning pair will walk away with $119,980, and the runner-up will split $63,990, a 1% and 6% increase, respectively.
The total prize money for the women’s tournament is $251,750, which is nearly stagnant, up only .7% over 2021. The ladies champion will earn $33,200, while the runner-up will claim $19,750, which despite a slight increase in overall prize money, represents a 23% and 8% decline.
You can find a complete breakdown of the Citi Open’s prize money in the following tables with historical data for reference and comparison.