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Stuttgart Open Prize Money
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The Stuttgart Open is a professional tennis contest held on outdoor clay courts. It is part of the ATP Tour 250 series. The tournament is held annually in Stuttgart, Germany, in late spring or early summer. The Stuttgart Open has a long and storied history, dating back to 1978. Stuttgart Open 2023 prize money has been announced.

Stuttgart Open Prize Money

The tournament’s total prize money purse has increased significantly over the years. In 2023, the total prize pool for the men’s tournament is €718,410, an increase of 3.78% over the previous year’s payout

Rank Singles Payout Doubles Payout
Winner €109,270 €37,960
Runner-up €63,740 €20,310
Semifinal €37,475 €11,910
Quarterfinal €21,715 €6,660
Round 2 €12,610 €3,920
Round 1 €7,705
Q2 €3,850
Q1 €2,100

The event champion will get a €109,270 prize share from the total payout. The tournament finalist will receive a €63,740 prize fund. The 3rd-place player will take home €37,475 prize, and the 4th place will get a €21,715 reward.

The Doubles champions will receive a €37,960 prize share. The Doubles finalists will receive a €20,310 prize share. The Doubles semifinalists will each receive a €11,910 prize share.

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Stuttgart Open Payout 2022

Rank Singles Payout Doubles Payout
Winner €105,290 €36,580
Runner-up €61,420 €19,570
Semifinal €36,105 €11,480
Quarterfinal €20,920 €6,410
Round 2 €12,150 €3,780
Round 1 €7,425
Q2 €3,710
Q1 €2,025

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Stuttgart Open Prize Money History

Year Total Payout
2023 €718,410
2022 €692,235
2021 €543,210
2020 Not Held
2019 €679,015
2018 €656,015
2017 €630,785
2016 €606,525
2015 €574,965
2014 €426,605
2013 €410,200
2012 €358,425
2011 €398,250
2010 €398,250
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