Last Updated on October 13, 2022
The ATP World Tour returns to Bulgaria in September 2022 with the nation’s biggest tennis event, the Sofia Open. Held at the Arena Armeec, one of the largest stadiums in the country, the tournament is part of the ATP 250 series and attracts some of the biggest names in men’s professional tennis. The week-long event culminates in a singles final on Sunday 2 October, which is sure to be a spectacular occasion for all involved. With Bulgaria’s vibrant tennis culture and passionate fans, the Sofia Open is sure to be a highlight of next year’s ATP World Tour calendar.
Last season the Italian Jannik Sinner won, this year the holder of six ATP Tour titles will try to defend his title. Players from all around the world come to compete in Sofia every year. This tournament is one not to be missed. Who will take home the trophy this year? Only time will tell. Be sure to follow the tournament closely to find out!
Sofia Open Prize Money
This year’s ATP Sofia Open will have a prize money pool of €534,555, up 27.4% from last year. The winner of the event will take home €81,310, which is 97.6% more than what Jannik Sinner won last year. The runner-up will also receive €47,473, a 60.8% increase from the prize money won by the runner-up last year. This is great news for tennis fans as it shows that the sport is continuing to grow and attract more interest from sponsors. With such a large prize money pool, it is sure to attract some of the top players in the world to compete in this year’s event.
The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the ATP 250 event in Sofia this year.
|Stage||Prize Money € EUR||Prize Money $ USD|
|2022||Prize Money € EUR||Prize Money $ USD|
Sofia Open Total Money History
|Year||Sofia Open Total Prize Money|
- ATP Tel Aviv Watergen Open Prize Money
- ATP Metz | Moselle Open Prize Money
- ATP San Diego Open Prize Money
- WTA Tallinn Open Prize Money
ATP Sofia Open Ranking Points
The below tables give you a full breakdown of ranking points across the ATP 250 event in Tel Aviv.