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WTA 125: 2022 Open De Rouen Prize Money and Breakdown

The WTA 125 tournament is well into the later part of the 2022 schedule with the Open Capfinances Rouen Metropole going on. Famously known as the Open de Rouen, the season kicked off on the 17th of October. This year’s indoor hard court championship is ongoing at the Kindarena. With the final scheduled on the 23rd of October, have a look at the WTA Open De Rouen prize money and breakdown for this season.

Open De Rouen Prize Money and Breakdown: Singles Draw

The tournament will have 32 players competing in the singles draw and 8 teams in the doubles draw. And the total prize money for this season of the Open de Rouen is set at €115,000. Added up with the win points count, the winner of the tournament in the singles draw will get €12,100 in prize-winning. The runner up on the other hand will earn €6,858.
As for those making an early exit, that is in the first round of the tournament itself, the winning will amount to €1,008. And then the winning count, subsequently, increases to €1,613 in the second round, €3,226 for the quarter-finalist, €4,838 for the semi-finalist until €12,100 for the winner.

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Prize Money Breakdown for Singles Draw

PositionPrize Money WTA Points
Winner€12,100160
Finalist€6,85895
Semi-Finalist€4,38357
Quarter-Finalist€3,26629
2nd Round€1,61315
1st Round1,0081

Open De Rouen Prize Money Breakdown: Doubles Draw

Now, for the doubles draw, the Open de Rouen puts up €4,032 as the prize money for the winning paid. The winning goes regularly down for the early stages following the trend same as the singles. €2,016 for the runner ups, divided in half for both in the team. The first round participants will earn €806, €403 individually.

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Prize Money Breakdown for Doubles Draw

PositionPrize MoneyWTA Points
Winner€4,032160
Finalist€2,01695
Semi-Finalist€1,21057
Quarter-Finalist€1,00829
1st Round€8061

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Ayushi is a Journalism and Mass Communication undergraduate. An avid sports enthusiast, with an inclination towards Cricket. Likes to be well informed, as she likes to be well read. Will be found indulging in a book if not in India's 2011 WC win highlights.
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