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Moselle Open 2022: Men’s draw, schedule, players, prize money breakdown & more

The 2021 US Open champion, Daniil Medvedev will be the top seed in Moselle Open 2022.

Here comes yet another ATP 250 tournament at Metz, France. The Moselle Open 2022 is an indoor hard-court tournament since 2003. The reigning champion, Hubert Hurkacz will compete this year to defend his 2019 trophy. Let us check into, Moselle Open 2022: Men’s draw, schedule, players, prize money breakdown & more.

Watch here: 2021 Moselle Open Final between Hubert Hurkacz and Pablo Busta.

Moselle Open 2022: Men’s draw

The former World No. one, Daniil Medvedev will compete as the top seed. Also, Hubert Hurkacz will be the second seed thus one of the very tough competitors in the main draw. Gael Monfils will return back on court after a few months of rest to stand out in Metz.

Hurkacz has defeated the 2021 US Open titlist, Medvedev many times on tour, therefore, this year too, it will be very entertaining to look at these two. The top seed players are:

Daniil Medvedev1
Hubert Hurkacz (POL)2
Lorenzo Musetti (ITL)3
Holger Rune (DEN)4
Nicolas Basilashvili (GEO)5
Aslan Karatsev6
Alexander Bublik (KAZ)7
Adrian Mannarino (FRA)8

Moselle Open 2022: Schedule

The Moselle Open 2022 will start from 19 September till 25 September. The qualifiers round are already begun three days prior to the main draw. However, Stan Wawrinka took entry as the wildcard entry and already advanced into the second round of qualifying. The third seed of qualifiers, Fuscovics also registered his first qualifying win.

The semi-final will take place on 24 September, then on 25th Sept, the finals will be played. It will commence at 5 PM GMT for finals and semis.

Venue: Arenes de Metz, Moselle, France

Prize Money

This year the tournament organizers announced prize money of $534,555, on the other side the total financial commitment is $597, 900. As compared to 2017, the prize money decremented from $541,182 to $534,555.

Broadcast

  • Discovery: India
  • Amazon Prime Video: UK, Northern Ireland
  • beIN SPORTS: Australia
  • Tennis Channel: USA

Read about: Roger Federer announced his farewell in the Laver Cup 2022

Have a great day ahead!

Oshika Roy
Oshika Royhttp://thesportslite.com
Oshika, is a Computer Science student, a Graphic Designer learner, an artist, and a tennis enthusiast.
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