Moselle Open 2023 Prize Money: All you need to know

The 2023 Moselle Open took place from November 5-11. Ugo Humbert emerged victorious in the final, defeating Alexander Shevchenko 6–3, 6–3 to secure the singles tennis title at the 2023 Moselle Open. As one of the four ATP 250 tournaments hosted in France, the Moselle Open marks the season’s conclusion, unfolding on the indoor hard courts of the Arènes de Metz. Inaugurated in 2003, the event boasts a history of French triumphs, with Arnaud Clement clinching the inaugural tournament and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga holding the record for the most titles with four. However, We’ll delve into the Moselle Open 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown in this article.

What is the Moselle Open in Metz?

The tournament made its debut on the ATP Tour back in 2003 and was part of the ATP International Series until 2008. Since 2009, it has been classified as an ATP Tour 250 event. This will be its 20th edition. The Moselle Open is one of four ATP 250 tournaments taking place in France, alongside the Open Sud de France, and the Lyon Open, Open 13 Provence.

Novak Djokovic, Gael Monfils, and David Goffin are some of the former champions here. Home favorite Jo-Wilfried Tsonga holds the record for most titles here with four, followed by Gilles Simon with three. The tournament currently features a 28-player draw in singles.

Moselle Open 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

The tables below give you a full breakdown of prize money for the ATP 250 event in Metz this year. You can also see the % change in prize money offered last year.

Singles

2023Prize Money% Change vs 2022
Winner€85,6055.3%
Runner Up€49,9405.3%
Semifinal€29,3555.3%
Quarter Final€17,0105.3%
Round 2€9,8805.3%
Round 1€6,0355.3%
Q2€3,0205.2%
Q1€1,6455.1%

Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€29,7405.3%
Runner-up€15,9105.3%
Semifinal€9,3305.3%
Quarterfinal€5,2205.5%
Round 1€3,0705.1%

Moselle Open Total Money History

YearMoselle Open Total Prize Money% Change
2023€562,8155.3%
2022€534,55527.4%
2021€419,470-20.0%
2020Not played 
2019€524,3404.6%
2018€501,3454.0%
2017€482,0604.0%
2016€463,5205.5%
2015€439,4053.0%
2014€426,6054.0%
2013€410,2003.0%
2012€398,2500.0%
2011€398,2500.0%
2010€398,2500.0%

The Bottom Line!

The 2023 Moselle Open (November 5-11) concluded with Ugo Humbert securing the singles title by defeating Alexander Shevchenko 6–3, 6–3. Hosted on Metz’s indoor hard courts, this ATP 250 event marks the French season’s end. Additionally, The winner received €85,605, and the runner-up got €49,940. Moreover, The total prize money for the event was €562,815, with a 5.3% increase from the previous year.

Stan Netterfield

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