Winston-Salem Open Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
The Winston-Salem Open is an ATP 250 tennis tournament in North Carolina and one of seven US Open series events leading up to the year’s last major in Flushing Meadows, NY, the US Open.
The tournament, which takes place at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex in Winston-Salem, hosts 48 players in singles and 16 teams in doubles. For 2022, organizers are offering prize money of $731,935, a 2% bump over 2021, which is the equivalent of €736,410 and £622,346.
This year, the singles champion will take home $100,475, while the runner-up will pocket a cool $57,660, equating to 4% and 3% increases over what players received last year.
In doubles, the winning team will earn $39,530, and the runner-up pair will split a smaller paycheck of $20,700 for their efforts.
The most significant percentage increase for players comes in the qualifying rounds, where the first-round qualifiers earn 25% more and the second round increases 13% to $2,070 and $1,145, respectively.
Unfortunately, for the main events first and second round, players see drops in prize money of just over 1%. Although these changes are nominal, every dollar counts for players in the early stages of a tournament.
The remainder of this guide provides a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Winston-Salem Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison.