2024 Halle Open Prize Money and Points Breakdown with €2,255,655 on offer

Wednesday, 22 May 2024 at 05:00
The 2024 Halle Open is scheduled to run from June 17-23, 2024 and will allow tennis stars to get some reps in as they prepare for the Wimbledon Championships, the only grass court Grand Slam tournament on the ATP calendar.
An ATP 500 event, the Halle Open has a prestigious history. Swiss legend Roger Federer has lifted the title on ten occasions, with his last coming in 2019. Hosted in Halle, Germany, local talent have also prospered at the event, with Tommy Haas, Florian Mayer and Nicolas Kiefer also emerging victorious at the event.

Bublik to defend title, Zverev hoping to join list of home champions

Kazakh tennis star Alexander Bublik stunned the tennis community when he won the trophy at last year's edition. The World No.19 will be hoping to retain his title this year, although he will face some heavy competition from the likes of Jannik Sinner and Daniil Medvedev.
German Alexander Zverev is yet to win the title in front of his home crowd. The former World No.2 will have the full support of the local crowd when he does take to the court. With so much star power present, the Halle Open will offer an enticing prize money pool of €2,255,655. The champion will walk away with $421,790, and 500 ATP ranking points. Below is the full breakdown.
Winner500 points$421,790
Finalist330 points$226,945
Semi-finalists200 points$120,960
Quarter-finalists100 points$61,800
2nd round50 points$32,990
1st round0 points$17,595

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