An ATP 250 event, the European Open features a 28-man singles event and a 16-team doubles field. Defending champion Felix Auger-Aliassime is not scheduled to compete at this year's edition, meaning a brand new champion will be crowned at the tournament's conclusion.
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Tsitsipas to lead the charge, Sinner hoping to recapture title
World No.5 Stefanos Tsitsipas will be the top seed at the event, and the Greek star is hoping to end the season on a strong note. Italian Jannik Sinner, who captured the title in 2021, will also be vying for the trophy. Grigor Dimitrov, Arthur Fils and Dominic Thiem are also competing at the event, lending more star-power to the already impressive field.
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With so many talented players present, a total prize pool of €673,630 is available. Additionally, the winner will also take home 250 ATP ranking points, which will aid in qualification for the season-ending ATP Finals event. Below is the full breakdown.
PRIZE MONEY BREAKDOWN AND POINTS DISTRIBUTION
Winner 250 €102,460
Finals 150 €59,760
SF 90 €35,135
QF 45 €20,360
R16 20 €11,825
R28 0 €7,225