2023 Bastad Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview

2023 Bastad Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview

by Zachary Wimer

From July 17th to 23rd, the 2023 Bastad Open will be played in Sweden, and the ATP 250 event offers 630,705€ in prize money.

Quickly switching from grass to clay, the red dirt lovers will enjoy competing at the 2023 Bastad Open. Last year, Francisco Cerundolo won the final that featured quite a controversial moment, and the Argentinian will be back to defend his title in 2023.

The last year's finalist, Sebastian Baez will join him at the event but both players will face a big challenge in a very competitive field for the 2023 Bastad Open. Two-time Roland Garros finalist Casper Ruud should be one of the players competing.

Along with the Norwegian, Andrey Rublev, Lorenzo Musetti, and Alexander Zverev, all signed up for the tournament that should welcome a great field for an ATP 250 tournament. All of them will fight for their share of 630,705€ in prize money.

The winner will get the biggest share of that. Along with 250 ATP points given to the champion of the tournament, the winner will get also 85,605€ while the runner-up in Bastad will get 150 points and 49,940€.

With 90 points and 29,355€ for the semifinalists and 45 points and 17,010€, the Swedish event offers pretty much the ATP 250 standard. Players that lose in the second round get 20 points and 9,880€ while the first-round losers won't get any ATP points, but they will be rewarded with 6,035€.

Tallon Griekspoor, Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, and Emil Ruusuvuori will all fight to get past those initial stages, and to see the breakdown of the prize money and points that they will be playing for, be sure to have a look below.

2023 Bastad Open ATP Prize Money & Points Overview:

ATP Points Prize Money
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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