Last Updated on October 4, 2022
The Jasmin Open is a professional tennis tournament that will be played at the Tennis Club de Monastir in Monastir, Tunisia. The event is scheduled to take place between October 3 and October 9, 2022. The tournament features a singles draw of 32 players and a doubles draw of 16 teams. The Jasmin Open was introduced in response to the cancellation of several WTA events in China due to the Peng Shuai sexual assault and disappearance controversy. It is currently part of the WTA Tour and is classified as a WTA 250 event. The tournament will feature many of the top female tennis players in the world and is sure to be an exciting event for both fans and players alike.
It’s the first edition of this tournament now, so we don’t have a defending champion. In addition, the tournament was created to capitalize on the recent success of Tunisian player Ons Jabeur, who has risen quickly through the ranks of the WTA. 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!
WTA Jasmin Open Prize Money
The Jasmin Open tennis tournament is a WTA 250 event with a total prize purse of $251,750. The champion of the event will take home $33,200, while the runner-up will receive $19,750. The semifinals will feature $11,000 prizes for the winners, with smaller sums going to the quarterfinalists and lower rounds.
The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the WTA 250 event in Monastir this year.
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WTA Monastir Open Total Prize Money
|Year||Monastir Total Prize Money|
- WTA Parma Ladies Open Prize Money
- WTA Tallinn Open Prize Money
- WTA Tokyo | Toray Pan Pacific Open Prize Money
- WTA Zavarovalnica Sava Portoroz -Slovenia Open
- WTA Chennai Open Prize Money
- WTA AGEL Open | Ostrava Open Prize Money
WTA 250 Jasmin Open Ranking Points
The below tables give you a full breakdown of ranking points across the WTA 250 event in Monastir.