Rothesay Open Nottingham is a professional mems and women’s tennis tournament which is played in the United Kingdom in the city of Nottingham in the Nottingham Tennis center. It is played on outdoor grass courts. Founded in 1970 for men and 1971 for womens it is considered a preparation for the major Wimbledon Competition.
Rothesay Nottingham Open is held in the month of June. This tournament consists of mainly four major categories of tennis that are men’s singles, women’s single, mems double, and women’s doubles respectively. It was re-established as ATP World Tour 250 and then downgraded to a Challenger event and an international event in 2017.
Rothesay Open Nottingham 2022 Everything you need to know
Initially, Nottingham Open was a replacement for the Manchester Open and was also a part of the Grand Prix Tennis Circuit. For the men’s singles, the current champion is Frances Tiafoe, Johanna Konta for women’s singles, Matt Reid and Ken Skupski for the men’s doubles, and Lyudmyla Kichenok, and Makoto Ninomiya for the women’s doubles. There are mainly two tours which are ATP and WTA tours.
Rothesay Open Nottingham 2022 Prize Money Breakdown
The Rothesay Nottingham Open will start on Saturday 4th of June 2022 and will be played for 8 straight days and come to an end on the 12th of June on Sunday. The total prize purse hasn’t been announced yet however for 2021 the prize purse of the WTA tour was $235,238 and the winner took an amount of $29,200 while the runner ups received a total of $19,018 and for WTA 250 was $132,280 and the winner bagged an amount of $18,290. Below is the breakdown of the prize pool
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