BOSS Open, Stuttgart Prize Money 2023: All you need to know

The BOSS Open kicked off from June 12, 2023, to June 18, 2023. Frances Tiafoe emerged victorious in the final, defeating Jan-Lennard Struff with a score of 4–6, 7–6(7–1), 7–6(10–8) to secure the singles title at the 2023 Stuttgart Open. The BOSS Open, an ATP 250 event at Tennis Club Weissenhof, shifted from clay to grass in 2015. Previously known as the Mercedes Cup, it underwent a sponsor change from Mercedes-Benz to Hugo Boss in 2021, bringing a fresh identity to the tournament. The event coincides with the Libema Open in Holland and has a history of notable winners, including Roger Federer in 2018. However, we’ll discuss the BOSS Open 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown in this article.

BOSS Open 2023 Prize Overview

The Mercedes Cup prize pool for 2023 was €718,410, which was 3.78% more than the previous year. After winning in Stuttgart, the winner took home a prize of €109,270, which is 3.78% more than Matteo Berrettini earned for the same title in 2022.

The runner-up earned €63,740, which was an increase of 3.78% over the prior year. Notably, early-round losers and qualifiers both received pay increases, with a 3.77% increase in earnings for each. The table below gives a comprehensive breakdown of the Stuttgart prize money for 2023 along with the percentage change.

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BOSS Open 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

The tables below provide a comprehensive breakdown of the prize money for the ATP 250 event in Stuttgart this year.

Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€109,2703.78%
Runner-up€63,7403.78%
Semifinal€37,4753.79%
Quarterfinal€21,7153.80%
Round 2€12,6103.79%
Round 1€7,7053.77%
Q2€3,8503.77%
Q1€2,1003.70%

Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€37,9603.8%
Runner-up€20,3103.8%
Semifinal€11,9103.7%
Quarterfinal€6,6603.9%
Round 1€3,9203.7%

Stuttgart Open Total Prize Money History

YearMercedes Cup Total Prize Money% Change
2023€718,4103.78%
2022€692,23527.43%
2021€543,210-20.00%
2020Not played 
2019€679,0153.5%
2018€656,0154.0%
2017€630,7854.0%
2016€606,5255.5%
2015€574,96534.8%
2014€426,6054.0%
2013€410,20014.4%
2012€358,425-10.0%
2011€398,2500.0%
2010€398,2500.0%

The Bottom Line!

The BOSS Open, held from June 12 to June 18, 2023, featured intense competition, concluding with Frances Tiafoe securing the singles title. Formerly the Mercedes Cup, this ATP 250 event transitioned to grass in 2015 and rebranded with Hugo Boss sponsorship in 2021. Furthermore, The 2023 prize pool of €718,410 marked a 3.78% increase from the previous year. Meanwhile, The winner earned €109,270, a 3.78% rise from 2022. However, The runner-up received €63,740, showcasing a similar 3.78% boost. Early-round losers and qualifiers also enjoyed 3.77% pay increases. Detailed prize money breakdown below.

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