ATP Kitzbühel

The ATP Kitzbühel (Austrian Open) is a tennis tournament that is played on outdoor clay courts in Kitzbuhel, Austria.

The Kitzbühel tournament was first played in 1894 and since 2011 it has been on the ATP World Tour 250 series of tournaments.

Past singles winners in Kitzbühel include tennis greats such as Pete Sampras, Goran Ivanisevic, and Thomas Muster.

ATP Kitzbühel

2023 ATP Kitzbühel

Location:Kitzbühel, Austria
Tour Level:ATP 250
Court Surface:Outdoor Clay Court
Prize Money:€534,555
Draw Size:28 Singles, 16 Doubles


The 2023 ATP Kitzbühel open tennis tournament will take place from the 31st of July to the 5th of August 2023.

The 2023 tournament will take place in the same week as the ATP tournaments in Los Cabos and Washington as well as the WTA tournaments in Prague and San Jose.


Tickets for the 2023 Austrian Open in Kitzbühel are now on sale through the official tournament website, with ticket prices starting from €49.00.


The official player entry list for the 2023 tournament in Kitzbuhel has yet to be released but below is a selection of players that played in 2022.

  • Dominic Thiem
  • Matteo Berretini
  • Roberto Bautista Agut
  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
  • Aslan Karatsev
  • Oscar Otte
  • Albert Ramos Vinolas
  • Tallon Griekspoor
  • Pedro Martinez
  • Joao Sousa
  • Lorenzo Sonego
  • Richard Gasquet
  • Christian Garin
  • Dusan Lajović
  • Federico Coria
  • Marton Fucsovics
  • Thiago Monteiro


The draws for the singles and doubles tournaments in Kitzbuhel will be available to view on the ATP Tour website closer to the start of the tournament.

2023 Men’s Singles Qualifying Draw: TBC

2023 Men’s Singles Draw: TBC

2023 Men’s Doubles Draw: TBC


Below is the expected schedule for the 2023 tournament in Kitzbuhel with the singles final being played on Saturday, the 5th of August 2023.

Monday, 31 July 20231st Round
Tuesday, 1 August 20231st Round
Wednesday, 2 August 20232nd Round
Thursday, 3 August 2023Quarterfinals
Friday, 4 August 2022Semifinals
Saturday, 5 August 2023Final

Prize Money and Points

The total prize money for the 2023 ATP tournament in Kitzbühel has yet to be confirmed but in 2022 it was €534,555.

Below is how the prize money and points were split by round in 2022.

Men’s Singles

The winner of the Men’s Singles Event in 2022 won €81,310 (2021: €41,145) and 250 points, with the runner-up receiving €47,430 (2021: €29,500) and 150 points.

2nd Round€9,38020
1st Round€5,7300

Men’s Doubles

The winners of the Men’s Doubles Event in 2022 won €28,250 (€14,125 each) and 250 points, with the runner-ups winning €15,110 (€7,555 each) and 150 points.

1st Round€ 2,9200

ATP Kitzbühel Previous Winners and Runner Ups

Men’s Singles

The winner of the singles event in 2022 was Roberto Bautista Agut who beat Filip Misolic 6–2, 6-2 in the final.

Below is a list of previous winners and runner-ups at the Austrian Open in Kitzbühel going back to 2017. For a full list, going back to 1968, check out the ATP Tour website.

YearWinnerRunner UpScore in Final
2022Roberto Bautista AgutFilip Misolic6-2, 6-2
2021Casper RuudPedro Martínez6–1, 4–6, 6–3
2020Miomir KecmanovicYannick Hanfmann6–4, 6–4
2019Dominic ThiemAlbert Ramos Viñolas7–6, 6–1
2018Martin KližanDenis Istomin6–2, 6–2
2017Philipp KohlschreiberJoão Sousa6–3, 6–4

Men’s Doubles

Lorenzo Sonego and Pedro Martínez are the current champions in the doubles event in Kitzbühel after beating Michael Venus and Tim Pütz 5-7, 6-4, 10-8 in the doubles final in 2022.

YearWinnersRunner UpsScore
2022Lorenzo Sonego and Pedro MartínezMichael Venus and Tim Pütz5-7, 6-4, 10-8
2021Alexander Erler and Lucas MiedlerRoman Jebavý and Matwé Middelkoop7–5, 7–6
2020Austin Krajicek and Franko ŠkugorMarcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos7–6, 7–5
2019Philipp Oswald and Filip PolášekSander Gillé and Joran Vliegen6–4, 6–4
2018Roman Jebavý and Andrés MolteniDaniele Bracciali and Federico Delbonis6–2, 6–4
2017Pablo Cuevas and Guillermo DuránHans Podlipnik-Castillo and Andrei Vasilevski6–4, 4–6, 12–10

For a full list of winners and runner-ups in doubles going back to 1968, check out the ATP Tour website.