With Stefanos Tsitsipas, Alexander Zverev, Matteo Berrettini and Casper Ruud, the Erste Bank Open is an ATP 500 tournament with an “almost” 5-star cast. No player from the “Big Three” is present but the youth comes to take place in the Austrian capital, Vienna. We find in Austria the first ATP 500 tournament since that of Washington last August. Rarely to underline it, this tournament has increased its endowments for registered players compared to the 2020 tournament (won by Andrey Rublev, absent this year). Although the pandemic has passed through this, the prize money will reach the sum of € 1,974,510 this year, of which € 1,837,190 will be donated to the players of the tournament. A clear increase of over 30% compared to 2020 when the prize money was € 1,550,950!

1st round = € 18,160 2nd round = € 32,885 Quarter-final = € 60,890 Semi-final = € 98,365 Final = € 148,720 Winner = € 220,550

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