bett1open, Berlin Prize Money 2022

The German Open, known as the bett1open for sponsorships reasons, is a WTA 500 tournament that takes place on the grass courts of the Rot-Weiss Tennis Club in Berlin.

The event returned to the tour last year for the first time since 2008 (it was previously held on clay courts prior to the French Open) and now serves as the leading WTA warm-up event for Wimbledon just two weeks later.

For 2022, the total prize money on offer is $757,900 (€611,210), up 34.02% compared to twelve months ago.

The champion in Berlin will land themselves €93,823, which is more than double (+110.4%) the amount Liudmila Samsonova won last year when she picked up her maiden WTA title.

The runner will take home €58,032, up 74.9% vs 2021.

Those big jumps in prize money compared to twelve months ago are mirrored across the entire draw, with first-round losers receiving €5,390, up 34.1% year on year.

You can see a full breakdown of the 2022 Berlin bett1open prize money in the table below. A percentage change is also provided to compare with last year.

Prize Money Breakdown for the bett1open, Berlin 2022

The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the WTA 500 event in Berlin this year.

The Euro amounts have been converted to USD and GBP to give a comparison for American and British readers. The USD rate is 1 EURO = 1.24 USD which is the formula the WTA uses. GBP is at the mid-market exchange rate.

You can also see the % change from the prize money offered last year.

Singles

2022 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2021
Winner €93,823 $116,341 £80,148 110.4%
Runner-up €58,032 $71,960 £49,574 74.9%
Semifinal €33,880 $42,011 £28,942 60.8%
Quarterfinal €16,060 $19,914 £13,719 59.3%
Round 2 €8,262 $10,245 £7,058 54.9%
Round 1 €5,390 $6,684 £4,604 24.6%
Q2 €4,362 $5,409 £3,726 34.1%
Q1 €2,240 $2,778 £1,914 34.3%

Doubles

2022 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2021
Winner €31,452 $39,000 £26,868 54.59%
Runner-up €19,113 $23,700 £16,327 33.53%
Semifinal €10,863 $13,470 £9,280 34.71%
Quarterfinal €5,645 $7,000 £4,822 27.25%
Round 1 €3,387 $4,200 £2,893 19.94%

German Open Total Prize Money History

Year Total Prize Money % Change
2022 $757,900 34.02
2021 $565,530 -57.80%
2008 $1,340,000  

Historical bett1open, Berlin Prize Money Breakdown

2021

Singles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2008
Winner €55,300 $68,572 £47,461 -65.2%
Runner-up €41,141 $51,015 £35,309 -49.0%
Semifinal €26,130 $32,401 £22,426 -36.5%
Quarterfinal €12,500 $15,500 £10,728 -40.5%
Round 2 €6,612 $8,199 £5,675 21.0%
Round 1 €5,362 $6,649 £4,602 92.4%
Q2 €4,032 $5,000 £3,460 183.3%
Q1 €2,068 $2,564 £1,775 184.9%

Doubles

2021 Prize Money € EUR Prize Money $ USD Prize Money £ GBP % Change vs 2008
Winner €20,346 $25,229 £14,426 -57.24%
Runner-up €14,314 $17,749 £10,149 -40.84%
Semifinal €8,064 $9,999 £5,718 -34.86%
Quarterfinal €4,436 $5,501 £3,145 -29.48%
Round 1 €2,824 $3,502 £2,002 72.50%
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