The move comes as the capital of Serbia is preparing for a bid to host an ATP 500 event in the future and the facilities needed a bit of an upgrade. Due to that, the event was moved to neighbouring Bosnia where Djokovic will once again headline the field. It will be the first ATP main Tour event in the country with a long history of several challenger events.
Andrey Rublev is the defending champion and he is set to make a return at the event in order to try and defend his trophy. Should he do that, he'll get 250 points and €85,605 in prize money. The losing player in the final will get €49,940 with the semi-finals offering €29,355. The lower rounds will give players less.
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Check out the full breakdown below.
Prize Money Breakdown
Winner - €85,605
Finalist - €49,940
Semi-finalist - €29,355
Quarter-finalist - €17,010
Round of of 16 - €9,880
Round of 28 - €6,035