2024 Libema Open 's-Hertogenbosch ATP Prize Money and Points Breakdown with €690,135 on offer

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Wednesday, 15 May 2024 at 23:00
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The 2024 Libema Open in 's-Hertogenbosch will take place from June 10th to 16th, 2024, marking the start of the Grass swing in the city of 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. The tournament will be one of the first stops after the French Open as players use it as preparation for Wimbledon.
The tournament has been played since 1990 and features a 28-player singles draw. Its top champions are Australian Patrick Rafter and Frenchman Nicolas Mahut, both with three titles. The current champion is local player Tallon Griekspoor, who defeated Jordan Thompson in the 2023 final with a score of 6-7(4), 7-6(3), 6-3.

Medvedev and De Minaur the favorites

The tournament has already confirmed the first players who will participate, including six players from the top 20, in the event that begins just one week after the conclusion of the Roland Garros. The top favorite will be Daniil Medvedev (No. 4), although he suffered a disappointing defeat in his debut against Adrian Mannarino one year ago.
Australian Alex De Minaur (No. 11) will also be present alongside several regulars at the Libema Open. Ugo Humbert (No. 15), Tommy Paul (No. 16), Karen Khachanov (No. 18), and Felix Auger-Aliassime (No. 20) will be some of the main stars of the tournament.
While Tallon Griekspoor is a previous winner. It has also played host to a myriad of names who have gone on to achieve notorious success on grass including Gilles Muller and Tim van Rijthoven who was the winner prior in 2022. Adrian Mannarino won it in 2019, he also defeated Jordan Thompson who lost in last year's final. He won 7-6, 6-3 back then. Richard Gasquet won the 2018 final against fellow Frenchman, Jeremy Chardy 6-3, 7-6.
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Daniil Medvedev is defending champion when it comes to the Libema Open.
Muller who previously defeated Rafael Nadal and was alongside Lukas Rosol in Wimbledon notoriety won it twice back-to-back. David Ferrer twice, Roberto Bautista Agut, Ivan Ljubicic, Mario Ancic, Sergiy Stakhovsky and Dmitry Tursunov are among previous winners.
It is also the first of two tournaments to take place in Rosmalen that week with the WTA one also on the calendar. It will feature Jessica Pegula, Ekaterina Alexandrova, Liudmila Samsonova and Bianca Andreescu as part of the line-up. It helps to open up the 2024 grass court season in earnest. Also that week are Stuttgart and Nottingham.
The tournament distributes an all-time high of $690,135, of which over $104,000 are for the champion and just over $60,000 for the runner-up. $36,000 goes to the semi-finalists. Quarter-Finalists are set to receive $20,860. While for second round, it is $12,110. First round sits at $7.400.

PRIZE MONEY BREAKDOWN AND POINTS DISTRIBUTION

POINTSPRIZE MONEY
Winner250 points$104,985
Finalist165 points$61,235
Semi-finalists100 points$36,000
Quarter-finalists50 points$20,860
2nd round25 points$12,110
1st round0 points$7,400

Prize Money History

2023Prize Money € EURPrize Money $ USDPrize Money £ GBP% Change vs 2022
Winner€102,460$110,146£87,5833.9%
Runner-up€59,760$64,243£51,0833.9%
Semifinal€35,135$37,770£30,0343.9%
Quarterfinal€20,360$21,887£17,4043.9%
Round 2€11,825$12,712£10,1084.0%
Round 1€7,225$7,767£6,1764.0%
Q2€3,610$3,881£3,0863.9%
Q1€1,970$2,118£1,6844.0%

Total ATP Prize Money History Since 2000

YearLibema Open Total Prize Money% Change
2023€673,6303.93%
2022€648,1301.95%
2021Not played 
2020Not played 
2019€635,7503.8%
2018€612,7554.0%
2017€589,1854.0%
2016€566,5255.5%
2015€537,05025.9%
2014€426,6054.0%
2013€410,2003.0%
2012€398,2500.0%
2011€398,2500.0%
2010€398,2500.0%
2009€398,25014.1%
2008€349,000-10.7%
2007€391,00010.1%
2006€355,0000.0%
2005€355,0000.0%
2004€355,0000.0%
2003€355,000-0.3%
2002€356,000-5.1%
2001€375,0000.0%
2000€375,000 

Champions Roll of Honour

Gentlemen
1990 Amos Mansdorf
1991 Christian Saceanu
1992 Michael Stich
1993 Arnaud Boetsch
1994 Richard Krajicek
1995 Karol Kucera
1996 Richey Reneberg
1997 Richard Krajicek
1998 Patrick Rafter
1999 Patrick Rafter
2000 Patrick Rafter
2001 Lleyton Hewitt
2002 Sjeng Schalken
2003 Sjeng Schalken
2004 Michael Llodra
2005 Mario Ancic
2006 Mario Ancic
2007 Ivan Ljubicic
2008 David Ferrer
2009 Benjamin Becker
2010 Sergiy Stakhovsky
2011 Dmitry Tursunov
2012 David Ferrer
2013 Nicolas Mahut
2014 Roberto Bautista-Agut
2015 Nicolas Mahut
2016 Nicolas Mahut
2017 Gilles Muller
2018 Richard Gasquet
2019 Adrian Mannarino
2022 Tim van Rijthoven
2023 Tallon Griekspoor

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