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Croatia Open Prize Money 2022: How much money Croatian Open winner will get?

Croatian Open will commence on 25th of July.

Due to sponsorship, the Croatia Open is now known as the Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag and is an ATP 250 tennis event held in Umag, Croatia. This clay court competition, which was first staged in 1990 as the Yugoslav Open, has helped establish Umag as a well-known tourist destination and a stunning setting for exceptional men’s tennis.

Goran Prpi, a fan favourite at home, won the inaugural competition after defeating fellow Croat and future Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanievi in the final. The Croatia Open host venue was later renamed in Ivanievi’s honour despite the fact that he never personally lifted the championship trophy. Marin Cilic, who triumphed in 2012, is the only other Croatian to have triumphed at Umag.

Croatia Open Prize Money

The winners receive €81,310, and the losing finalist receives €47,430 in consolation. The finalist will receive €27,885, and the whole split is provided below.

  • Winner – €81,310
  • Finalist – €47,430
  • Semi-finalist – €27,885
  • Quarter-finalist – €16,160
  • Round of 16 – €9,380
  • Round of 28 – €5,730

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Top Seeds for the tournament

  • Carlos Alcaraz
  • Jannik Sinner
  • Holger Rune
  • Sebastian Baez
  • Alex Molcan
  • Daniel Altmaier
  • Fabio Fognini
  • Lorenzo Musetti

Prior to a few days ago, the field was even stronger, but a few withdrawals rendered it weaker overall. With last year’s champion Carlos Alcaraz registering to defend his crown from the previous year, it’s still pretty top-heavy. It holds a particular place in his heart because it was his first trophy, to which he has subsequently added four more. Jannik Sinner, another up-and-coming talent, will be joining him.

At Wimbledon, the Italian defeated Alcaraz, so there is some precedent there. Holger Rune and others will also be there.

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