The first-time edition of the Gijon Open will feature a solid prize pool and a fairly decent field headlined by Andrey Rublev.
The ATP 250 event was added to the calendar this year and will host an indoor hard court event running from October 10th till October 16th. The event will be headlined by Andrey Rublev who is set to be the top seed and he'll be joined by players like Carreno Busta, Bautista Agut, Francisco Cerundolo and others.
The winner of this event will get $93,090 with the losing player in the final getting $54,300. Semi-finalists will get $31,925 with the lower round yielding less money and fewer points. Check out the full prize money breakdown below.
2022 Gijon Open Prize Money Breakdown:
Winner - $93,090
Finalist - $54,300
Semi-finalist - $31,925
Quarter-finalist - $18,495
Round of 16 - $18,495
Round of 28 - $6,565