Djokovic opted to travel to Israel to take part in this event due to needing playing time after he was practically barred from playing tennis since Wimbledon. He would certainly appreciate some of the prize money as well although it's not his main objective.
Despite being the first edition, it's a pretty decent field with players like Schwartzman, Cilic, Thiem and others completing the field. The winner of the event will get $144,415 while the losing player in the final gets $84,245. Semi-finalists will get $49,535with the lower rounds yielding less money and fewer prize points. Check out the full breakdown below.
2022 Tel Aviv Open Prize Money breakdown:
Winner - $144,415
Finalist - $84,245
Semi-finalist - $49,535
Quarter - finalist - $28,700
Round of 16 - $16,660
Round of 28 - $10,185