Libema Open Prize Money 2023: All you need to know

The 32nd edition of the men’s singles tournament at the Libema Open started on Monday, June 12. Tallon Griekspoor won the men’s singles tennis title by defeating Jordan Thompson in the final, 6–7(4–7), 7–6(7–3), 6–3, during the 2023 Libéma Open. The Rosmalen Grass Court Championships are held on the grass courts of the Autotron convention center in’s-Hertogenbosch. Due to sponsors’ rights, the competition is now known as the Libema Open. One of only seven tour-level grass-court competitions, it serves as a springboard for players hoping to prepare for Wimbledon on both the men’s and women’s tours. However, we’ll delve into Libema Open 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown in this article.

Libema Open 2023 Prize Overview

The prize money was an added incentive, on top of a few hours of practice on the grass courts. The ATP at the Rosmalen Grass Court Championships awarded a total prize money of €673,630 in 2023, a 3.93% increase from 2022. The winner in’s-Hertogenbosch took home a cheque for €102,460, which was 3.9% more than the winning amount earned by Tim van Rijthoven the year before.

Each round saw a nearly equal pay increase of either 4.0% or 3.9%. For example, losers in the first round took home €7,225, a 4.0% increase from 2022. The total prize money pool for the women’s division, which was a WTA 250 event, was $259,303 (€225,480), a 3.00% increase from 2022. The winner of the WTA title took home €29,760, an increase of 11.2% over 2022, while the runner-up took home €17,590, an increase of 10.5%.

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Prize Money Breakdown for the Libema Open 2023

The prize money breakdown for this year’s ATP and WTA events in s-Hertogenbosch is provided in the tables below.

ATP Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€102,4603.9%
Runner-up€59,7603.9%
Semifinal€35,1353.9%
Quarterfinal€20,3603.9%
Round 2€11,8254.0%
Round 1€7,2254.0%
Q2€3,6103.9%
Q1€1,9704.0%

ATP Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€35,6003.9%
Runner-up€19,0403.9%
Semifinal€11,1603.8%
Quarterfinal€6,2404.0%
Round 1€3,6804.0%

WTA Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€29,76011.2%
Runner-up€17,59010.5%
Semifinal€9,81010.6%
Quarterfinal€5,58011.6%
Round 2€3,41011.3%
Round 1€2,43810.8%
Q2€1,80411.8%
Q1€1,16411.2%

WTA Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€10,82024.2%
Runner-up€6,09012.8%
Semifinal€3,50410.0%
Quarterfinal€2,08610.1%
Round 1€1,60610.8%

Libema Open Total ATP Prize Money History

YearLibema Open Total Prize Money% Change
2023€673,6303.93%
2022€648,1301.95%
2021Not played 
2020Not played 
2019€635,7503.8%
2018€612,7554.0%
2017€589,1854.0%
2016€566,5255.5%
2015€537,05025.9%
2014€426,6054.0%
2013€410,2003.0%
2012€398,2500.0%
2011€398,2500.0%
2010€398,2500.0%

The Bottom Line!

The 32nd edition of the Libema Open at the Autotron convention center witnessed Tallon Griekspoor clinching the men’s singles title with a triumphant victory over Jordan Thompson. Furthermore, The tournament, a pivotal grass-court event ahead of Wimbledon, featured an intensified competitive edge and an increased total prize pool of €673,630—a 3.93% rise from the previous year. Griekspoor’s €102,460 winner’s cheque exemplifies the heightened financial stakes, emphasizing the growing prestige and rewards associated with success on the grass courts of’s-Hertogenbosch.

Dominic Spinley

Dominic Spinley

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