The Serbia Open returns in 2022 with its 2nd edition since being revived last year and this year's edition features a strong field and a €534,555 prize pool.
Novak Djokovic as last year leads the field that once again will host some of the best tennis players in the world. Belgrade hosted two ATP events last year and this year it will be only this one. Nonetheless, Djokovic will have to face players like Rublev, Thiem, Khachanov and more for the title. Matteo Berrettini as the defending champion did not return due to a wrist injury.
The overall prize pool is €534,555 and it will be spread out amongst the participants. The winner of the event will get €81,310 while the losing player in the final will get €47,430. Semifinalists will get €27,885 with the lower rounds yielding less prize money. Check out the breakdown below.
2022 Serbia Open Prize Money breakdown
Winner - €81,310
Finalist - €47,430
Semifinalist - €27,885
Quaterfinalist - €16,160
Round of 16 - €9,380
Round of 28 - €5,730
Total - €534,555