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Washington DC Open Prize Money 2022: How much money Washington Open winner will get?

Washington DC Open will commence from 1st till 7th August.

The inaugural ATP 500 tournament of the US hardcourt season, the 53rd Citi Open, will take place in Washington, DC. The competition will take place in the nation’s capital from August 1 to August 7 in that city. Read below for Washington DC Open Prize Money 2022: How much money Washington Open winner will get?

In the absence of defending champion Jannik Sinner, World No. 8 Andrey Rublev leads the line-up alongside Taylor Fritz — who will be among the several Americans looking to make an impact this week. Add the likes of Hubert Hurkacz, Grigor Dimitrov and Karen Khachanov to the mix and you have a jam-packed field.

In the place of the defending champion Jannik Sinner, World No. 8 Andrey Rublev is with Taylor Fritz, one of the several Americans hoping to make a mark this week. Hubert Hurkacz, Grigor Dimitrov, and Karen Khachanov, among others, can be added to the mix to create a crowded field.
The Citi Open will take place in Washington, DC, on the outdoor hardcourts of Rock Creek Park, which has played host to the competition since its first edition in 1969.

Washington DC Open Prize Money 2022

The large $1,953,285 prize pool is split between the 16-person pairs competition and the 48-player singles field. The summary is below.

PRIZE MONEY BREAKDOWN

  • Champion – $342,800
  • Final – $182,825
  • Semifinals – $94,840
  • Quarterfinals – $49,515
  • R16 – $26,095
  • R32 – $14,280
  • R48 – $7,620

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Top seeds and players for the tournament

Top seed Andrey Rublev is seated among many of the crowd’s hometown favourites. Early rounds can be challenging because of potential matches against Stefan Kozlov and Maxime Cressy in the second and third rounds. The other two seeds in Rublev’s quarter, Denis Shapovalov and Holger Rune, may face off in the third round.

The best-ranked American, Taylor Fritz, is also in the top half of the draw. From people in his division like Karen Khachanov, Alex de Minaur, Jenson Brooksby, and Dan Evans, he can anticipate some fierce opposition.

Hubert Hurkacz and Reilly Opelka, a powerful serving pair, serve as the draw’s foundation for the bottom half. A quarterfinal matchup with either Frances Tiafoe or Botic van de Zandschlup may be in the American’s immediate future after facing fellow countryman Tommy Paul as early as the third round.

The way is equally uncertain for Hurkacz. The American must overcome a group that includes players like Andy Murray, Aslam Karatsev, and Grigor Dimitrov in order to advance to the last four.

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Priyanshu Dey Halder
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