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Swedish Open 2022 Prize Money – How much money will be awarded to the winner of the Nordea Open 2022?

The World No 5, Casper Ruud enters the Nordea Open 2022 as the top seed.

Yet another clay-court tournament is held in the middle of July after one month of halt. The Swedish Open is the Men’s tournament which comes under the ATP 250 series. Nordia Open 2022 has been scheduled from 11th July to 17th July except for one week of the qualifiers round. Let us look for the Swedish Open 2022 Prize Money.

The Nordea Open has been voted by players as the ATP 250 Tournament of the Year for 11 consecutive years (2002-12). In 2011, Robin Soderling became the first multiple Swedish champions since Magnus Norman in 2000.

Swedish Open 2022 Prize Money

The Swedish Open is played in the city, of Bastad and is therefore also known as Bastad Open. The winner of the Nordea Open 2022 will be awarded $534,555 this year for men. However, the total financial commitment for 2022 is $597,900. This tournament is played for both Men and Women but it commences with the Men’s line. It is played on an outdoor clay court and held in both the Singles and Doubles categories.

Nordea Open 2022 Top seeds

The top seeds this year in Nordea Open 2022 will have Casper Ruud as the 1st seeder along with Andrey Rublev(2), Diego Schwartzman(3) and many more. The teen sensational Holger Rune is also competing for the consecutive second year whereas the former World No 3, Stan Wawrinka will be also seen in the tournament. The majorly missed Dominic Thiem also seems all set to compete against some best tennis players in the world.


The top three seed players have already been into the round of 16. Stan Wawrinka will be one of the favourites on the court in this year’s Swedish Open 2022.

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Have a great day ahead!

Oshika Roy
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Oshika, is a Computer Science student, a Graphic Designer learner, an artist, and a tennis enthusiast.

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