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Mubadala San Jose US Open Prize Money 2022: How much money San Jose Open winner will get?

The Hologic WTA Tour returns to the North American hard courts the next week, kicking off the US Open Series. The Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic hosts five of the tour’s Top 10 players, along with Coco Gauff, Naomi Osaka, Bianca Andreescu, and Wimbledon winner Elena Rybakina, for its best field in more than a decade this year. Read below for Mubadala San Jose US Open Prize Money 2022: How much money San Jose Open winner will get?

The US Open Series connects nine WTA and ATP Tour tournaments as the tours advance to the last Slam of the season in New York, encompassing the summer tennis season in North America.

The San Jose State University Tennis Complex in California hosts the WTA 500 Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic, a competition on hard courts. The competition has a distinguished past as a ground-breaking occasion. The tournament, which was co-founded by Billie Jean King, was the opening match of the legendary women’s professional tennis circuit of 1971, which served as the forerunner to the WTA.

San Jose has a singles draw with 28 players and a doubles draw with 16 teams. On Stadium Court, the Wilson US Open Regular Duty ball will be utilised, along with automated line-calling.

Mubadala San Jose US Open Prize Money 2022

The competition will take place from August 1–7, 2022, and the winner will get a whopping $116,340 in prize money.

  • First round: 1 point/$8,110
  • Second round: 55 points/$11,260
  • Quarterfinalist: 100 points/$22,080
  • Semifinalist: 185 points/$42,010
  • Finalist: 305 points/$71,960
  • Champion: 470 points/$116,340

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Top seeds for the tournament

Last year, Danielle Collins won the championship, capping up a back-to-back title run that spanned Palermo and San Jose. To win her second championship of her career, the American overcame Daria Kasatkina 6-3, 6-7(10), and 6-1.

Collins unfortunately had to withdraw from the competition this year owing to a neck issue.

1. Maria Sakkari (WR No.3)
2. Paula Badosa (WR No.4)
3. Ons Jabeur (WR No.5)
4. Aryna Sabalenka (WR No.6)
5. Garbiñe Muguruza (WR No.8)
6. Coco Gauff (WR No.11)
7. Daria Kasatkina (WR No.12)
8. Karolina Pliskova (WR No.15)


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