2022 Hamburg European Open ATP Prize Money with €1,770,865 on offer

The next ATP tournament set to take place will continue the return to clay with Carlos Alcaraz, Andrey Rublev and Diego Schwartzman headlining the Hamburg European Open in Germany.

A prize fund of €1,770,865 is on offer with the tournament having ATP 500 status. € 331,125 will be claimed by the winner, with € 178,170 set for the runner-up. The prize fund goes all the way down to the first round with € 13,800 for losing in the first round.

It is also one of the first tournaments with ranking points after the Wimbledon ban meaning a good chance to earn points ahead of the US swing.

Prize Money - 2022 Hamburg European Open

Winner - €331,125

Finalist - €178,170

Semi-Finals - €94,925

Quarter-Finals - €48,550

Second Round - €25,900

First Round - €13,800

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