PRIZE MONEY and Points Breakdown 2023 ATP Moselle Open Metz with €562,815 on offer

The ATP will make a stop in Metz, France for the 2023 Moselle Open, one of the final tournaments of the season slated to take place from November 5-11, 2023.

An ATP 250 event, the Moselle Open will see 28 singles players and 16 doubles teams battle for a chance to capture a title before the season comes to an end. Conceived in 2033, several Frenchmen have lifted their home trophy, including Gael Monfils, Gilles Simon and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Hurkacz coming in off win in Shanghai, Rune, Ruud to compete

Polish star Hubert Hurkacz recently won his second ATP Masters 1000 title in Shanghai last week, and will be looking to ride his hot hand into the Moselle Open. Danish youngster Holger Rune is also slated to compete, alongside former World No.2 Casper Ruud.

There will be an enticing €562,815 in prize money on offer, with €85,605 going to the winner. The champion will also be awarded 250 ATP ranking points, which could be vital in securing qualification for the year-ending ATP Finals. Below is the full breakdown.

PRIZE MONEY BREAKDOWN AND POINTS DISTRIBUTION

Winner 250 points €85,605
Finalist 150 points €49,940
Semi-finalists 90 points €29,355
Quarter-finalists 45 points €17,010
2nd round 20 points €9,880
1st round 0 points €6,035

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