Last Updated on February 12, 2023
The ABN AMRO Open is an ATP 500 tennis tournament that will take place on the hard courts at the Rotterdam Ahoy in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
The arena is primarily used for concerts, exhibitions, and sporting events, including tennis. It has a seating capacity of 15,000 for tennis events. The venue is known for its versatile design, state-of-the-art facilities, and modern infrastructure, making it one of the premier indoor tennis arenas in Europe.
The 2023 ABN AMRO Open is the 50th edition of the tournament. It will take place from 13 to 19 February 2023.
ATP 500 ABN AMRO Open Prize Money
The prize money purse at the ATP ABN AMRO Open has greatly increased for the 2023 tennis season. The total prize money came to – €2,074,505, up 71.69% from 2022. The champion in Rotterdam will receive just over 19% of that total –€387,940 if he wins the trophy. The runner-up will receive a small payout, pocketing €208,730 for his efforts. There is a significant drop off in prize money after the semi-final stage, with the two losing players in that round taking home €111,245 each. Those eliminated in the quarter-finals will receive €56,835 for their efforts. First-round losers will walk away with €16,180.
The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the ATP 500 event in Rotterdam this year.
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Rotterdam Prize Money History
In the table below we have collected data on how prize money in this tournament has changed in recent years
ATP ABN AMRO Open Entry List Will Be Headed By Stefanos Tsitsipas
The event will feature the participation of notable figures of Dutch tennis such as Botic van de Zandschulp, Tim van Rijthoven, Tallon Griekspoor, and Gijs Brouwer among others.
In singles, the trophy will be contested by 32 athletes, while 16 will take part in the doubles event. The top seeds are the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas and the Andrey Rublev.
The last event in 2022 was won by Félix Auger-Aliassime, beating Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final. A Canadian tennis player, Félix Auger-Aliassime, will defend his title this year.
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- Jannik Sinner
- Borna Coric
- Alex de Minaur
- Roberto Bautista Agut
- Grigor Dimitrov
- Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
- Botic van de Zandschulp
- Alexander Bublik
- Maxime Cressy
- Richard Gasquet
- Emil Ruusuvuori
- Lorenzo Sonego
- Stan Wawrinka
- David Goffin
- Benjamin Bonzi
- Marc-Andrea Huesler
- Tallon Griekspoor (WC)
- Gael Monfils (WC)
- Tim van Rijthoven (WC)
ATP ABN AMRO Open: History Of The Competition
Talking about the ATP Rotterdam, it is worth noting three things that are relevant for almost all the time it is held:
- The competition takes place indoors. Initially, carpeting was used. After the ATP decided not to hold their competitions on it, the organizers laid a hard surface.
- The tournament is held either in February (mostly) or in March.
- Since 1974, the Amsterdam-based bank ABN AMRO has been an unwavering sponsor of the competition.
Currently, matches of the tournament are played at the Rotterdam Ahoy Stadium. It was opened in the early 70s of the 20th century. At that time the complex stood out because of its unusual design. The first major event here was the European Athletics Indoor Championship in 1973. Later there were major international competitions in judo, mini-football, gymnastics, table tennis and volleyball. The Rotterdam Ahoy was last reconstructed in 2011.
Until and including 1998, the ATP Rotterdam was part of the ATP International Series (now the ATP 250). Then it was given the current category, thanks to which the top ten world-ranked players come to the Netherlands every year. The next championship will be officially called the ABN AMRO Open.
The championship in Rotterdam was and still is popular among the top players. Top stars at the ATP Rotterdam include Swiss Roger Federer, Australian Lleyton Hewitt, American Arthur Ashe, Swedes Stefan Edberg and Bjorn Borg, German Boris Becker and Briton Andy Murray. Federer and Asch hold the record for the number of titles – both have three. Edberg, Richard Krejček of the Netherlands, Nicolas Esquide and Gaël Monfils of France and Robin Soderling of Sweden have twice celebrated success in the Netherlands. By the way, Krycek has been the director of the ABN AMRO Open for a long time.
ATP ABN AMRO Open Ranking Points
The below tables give you a full breakdown of ranking points across the ATP 500 event in Rotterdam.
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