2023 Open Sud de France Prize Money with €562,815 on offer

Following the conclusion of the Australian Open, the ATP Tour will move to Europe, making a stop in Montpellier, France for the 2023 Open Sud de France.

An ATP 250 event, the Open Sud de France will run from February 06-12, 2023. Defending champion Alexander Bublik will be hoping to repeat his feat from last year, when he defeated Alexander Zverev in a thrilling final. Although the German is not scheduled to compete, rising Danish star Holger Rune will be headline the event as the top seed.

Three-time champion Richard Gasquet (2013, 2015-2016) will be hoping to add a fourth title, and the French veteran has been in great form this season following his title win at Auckland in January. Joining him are Spaniard's Pablo Carreno Busta and Roberto Bautista Agut, alongside Italian star Jannik Sinner and the resurgent Borna Coric.

The prize pool consists of €562,815 to be split among the contestants, as they resume their season goals after the first Grand Slam of the year. Below is the breakdown.


Winner - €85,605

Finals - €49,940

SF - €29,355

Quarter Finals - €17,010

Round 16 - €9,880

Round 28 - €6,035

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