Alexander Zverev Munich Open ATP

Munich Open 2022 Tournament Preview

The 106th edition of the Munich Open gets underway to close this month as plenty of ATP talent squeezes in another event before the next Masters 1000 tournament in Madrid.Ā 

Two-time champion Alexander Zverev is set to lead the field in his native Germany.

Join Tennishead for a preview of the ATP 250 tournament.

When does the action take place, who will compete in the draw, how can you watch all the action live on TV and what intriguing battles could take place down the line of the event?




The Munich Open 2022 gets up and running from 25th April and ends on 1st May.



There will be 24 players competing for the Munich Open 2022 title in the singles draw, including eight seeds, the top four of which automatically advance to the second round with a bye.

While the full entry list to the event is not yet confirmed, a number of top ATP pros are down to play the event.

They include world number three Alexander Zverev, who has twice won the tournament in 2017 and 2018.

Defending champion Nikoloz Basilashvili will be back, as will Miami Open finalist Casper Ruud and Houston champion Reilly Opelka.

Tennishead will update this section with the full entry list once that information becomes available.

Where is the event held?

The Munich Open 2022 will be held, as always, at the MTTC Iphitos complex inĀ Munich, Germany on outdoor clay courts.

The event had its first edition in 1900.


How to watch all the matches live on TV?

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Ranking points breakdown, Singles

Winner – 250 points

Runner-up – 150 points

Semi-finals – 90 points

Quarter-finals – 45 points

Round of 16 – 20 points

Round of 32 – 5 points


Prize money breakdown, Singles

The prize money available for the Munich Open 2022 is as of yet unconfirmed.

This section will be updated appropriately once such information is revealed.


Can I buy tickets for the tournament?

Tickets for the Munich Open 2022 can be purchased through the official tournament website.


How can I follow the tournament?

Keep up to date with the event on the official website, theĀ official Twitter, or theĀ official ATP Tour Twitter, as well as checking out match highlight clips on Tennis TV Twitter or with a Tennis TV subscription.



The draw for the Munich Open 2022 has not yet been made.

Watch this space for updates.


Potential Matchups

Watch this space for updates once the draw has been made.


Projected quarter-finals by seeding

Watch this space for updates once the draw has been made.

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