The tennis event in Halle returns in 2022 with a strong field headlined by Medvedev, Zverev, Tsitsipas and Rublev with a prize pool of €2,134,520.
Halle has always been a very popular grasscourt event in Germany that saw its popularity explode thanks to Roger Federer. The Swiss ace never missed the event if he can play and he won it dozens of times before. This time around he won't play despite taking part last year but there will be plenty of other players in attendance. Daniil Medvedev is back, as is Zverev.
Rublev is also back with Tsitsipas tagging along as well. Last year's champion was Ugo Humbert and he will try to defend his trophy from last year. If he wins the ATP 500 event again he will get €399,170. The losing player in the final will get €214,775 with semifinalists getting €114,465. Check out the full breakdown below.
2022 Halle Open Prize Money breakdown:
Winner - €399,170
Finalist - €214,775
Semi-finalist - €114,465
Quarter - finalist - €58,485
Round of 16 - €31,215
Round of 28 - €16,650