The Japan Open Tennis Championships is one of two ATP 500 events being played this week, with the Astana Open being the other. The Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships is the longest-running ATP Tour tournament in Asia, first held in 1972. The ATP 500 tournament is played at the Ariake Colosseum, an expansive tennis centre comprising 48 courts and a stadium with one of the first retractable roofs in tennis. Japan’s Kei Nishikori won the 2012 and 2014 titles. This Article will detail the Japan Open Tennis Championships Prize Money 2022.
Japan Open Tennis Championships Prize Money 2022 for both WTA and ATP
After being on hiatus for two years for the COVID pandemic, the tournament is back in action this year. In comparison to the last event, which is the 2019 Japan Open Tennis Championships, the cumulative prize money of the tournament in 2022, is up by 3.06% amounting to $1,953,285.
Japan Open 2022 Men’s Prize Money
Talking about the men’s side, the prize money for the winner is $355,310, which is approx. 6.7% less than what was given to the winner of the tournament last year.
The runner-up’s prize money has also seen a decrease of 7.0% compared to 2019, as he will receive $182,825.
The player who makes it to the round of 16 will receive $26,095, a rise of mere 0.2% compared to 2019.
However, the prize money has seen a good increase in the Qualifying 1 and Qualifying 2 stages as the losers have got an increase in the amount they receive, that being $4,380 (+58.1%) and $7,810 (+40.8%) respectively.
The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money across the Rakuten Japan Open in Tokyo this year:
The below tables give you a full breakdown of prize money for the ATP event in Tokyo this year.
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