Moselle Open 2023 Draw, Schedule, Prize Money, TV Coverage

Professional tennis players compete at the Moselle Open on indoor hard courts. The tournament was most recently held at the Arènes, and from 2011 to 2013, it was held at the Parc des Expositions as part of the ATP Tour 250 series.

Moselle Open 2022 Draw, Schedule, Prize Money, TV Coverage


The 19th edition of the Moselle Open has drawn a sizable field of competitors looking to rack up points in the fall as they aim to qualify for the ATP Finals.

The starting lineup is headed by former World No. 1 Daniil Medvedev, with the incumbent champion Hubert Hurkacz seeded second.

At Metz, players like Sebastian Korda, Lorenzo Musetti, Holger Rune, and Dominic Thiem will compete for the championship.


Matches in the main draw will start on September 19 after the qualification rounds on September 18 and 19.

On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, respectively, the quarterfinals, semifinals, and final will be held.

Prize Money:

Moselle Open 2022 Draw, Schedule, Prize Money, TV Coverage

This year’s edition’s total prize pool is €534,555. The winner will receive €81,310 in cash in addition to 250 ranking points. The prize money and ranking points are broken down in detail below:

Prize Money Ranking Points
Champion €81,310 250
Runner-up €47,430 150
Semifinalist €27,885 90
Quarterfinalist €16,160 45
Second Round €9,380 20
First Round €5,730 0

TV Coverage:

On the following stations and websites, viewers in the US, Australia, Canada, and France may watch the Moselle Open live:

USA: Tennis Channel will broadcast every game.

Australia: beIN Sports will broadcast every game.

Canada: TSN will be airing every game in Canada.

France: Eurosport broadcasts the activity for local spectators.

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