Barcelona Open Tennis Tournament

The Barcelona Open is an ATP 500 clay court tournament that is held annually in Barcelona, Spain.

The tennis tournament is played at the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona and is currently sponsored by Banc Sabadell.

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Barcelona Open Tennis Tournament

Quick Facts on the Barcelona Open

Tournament Name:Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell (ATP Barcelona)
Location:Barcelona, Spain
ATP Tour Level:ATP 500
Court Surface:Clay Court
Prize Money:€2,661,825
Defending Champion(s):Carlos Alcaraz (Singles), Andreas Mies and Kevin Krawietz (Doubles)
Draw Size:48 Singles, 16 Doubles
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When did the 2022 Barcelona Open take place?

The 2022 Barcelona Open took place from the 18th to the 24th of April 2022.

The 2022 tournament took place in the same week as the ATP 250 tournament in Belgrade and the WTA Tournaments in Stuttgart and Istanbul.

How do you get tickets for the 2023 Barcelona Open?

Tickets for the 2023 Barcelona Open are not on sale yet.

For more information on tickets for 2023, keep an eye on the tournament’s official website.

2022 Barcelona Open Players

The defending singles champion from 2021, Rafael Nadal did not play in the 2022 tournament due to injury but there was still a strong draw in Barcelona with top 10 players like Casper Ruud, Felix Auger-Aliassime, and Cameron Norrie competing as well as the 2022 Monte Carlo Masters Winner Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Below is a list of the top ATP players that played in Barcelona in 2022.

  • Stefanos Tsitsipas
  • Casper Ruud
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime
  • Cameron Norrie
  • Carlos Alcaraz
  • Diego Schwartzman
  • Pablo Carreno Busta
  • Nikoloz Basilashvili
  • Alex de Minaur
  • Lorenzo Sonego
  • Daniel Evans
  • Frances Tiafoe
  • Grigor Dimitrov
  • Federico Delbonis
  • Alexander Bublik

2022 Barcelona Open Tournament Schedule

Monday, 18 April 20221st Round Matches
Tuesday, 19 April 20221st and 2nd Round Matches
Wednesday, 20 April 2022 2nd and 3rd Round Matches
Thursday, 21 April 20223rd Round Matches
Friday, 22 April 2022Quarterfinal Matches
Saturday, 23 April 2022Semifinal Matches
Sunday, 24 April 2022Final

2022 Barcelona Open Draw

The draw for the singles and doubles tournaments in Barcelona in 2022 can be viewed on the ATP Tour website (See Links below).

Singles Qualifying Draw: Link

Singles Main Draw: Link

Doubles Qualifying Draw: Link

Doubles Main Draw: Link

2022 Barcelona Open Order of Play

The order of play for each day of the tournament is available on the ATP Tour website.

2022 Barcelona Open Money and Ranking Points

The total financial commitment for the 2022 Barcelona Open is €2,802,580 which includes the prize money to be paid to players.

Details of the prize money for the 2022 tournament are detailed below.

Singles Prize Money and Ranking Points in 2022

Performance2022 Prize Money2021 Prize MoneyPoints
Third Round€35,555€24,90045
Second Round€19,465€14,70020
First Round€10,380€8,7000

The winner of the Singles Event in 2022 received €467,150 in prize money, with the runner up receiving €249,140.

Doubles Prize Money and Ranking Points in 2022

Performance2022 Prize Money2021 Prize MoneyPoints
First Round€11,420€10,8000

The winners of the Men’s Doubles Event in 2022 received €163,500 (€81,750 each) in prize money, with the runner ups receiving €87,200 (€43,600 each).

Barcelona Open Past Winners

Men’s Singles Winners

Carlos Alcaraz is the defending champion in the singles event at the Barcelona Open after beating Pablo Carreno Busta 6-3, 6-2 in the final in 2022.

The king of clay Rafael Nadal currently holds the record for most Barcelona Open titles with a total of 12 titles to his name.

Below is a list of previous winners of the singles event at the Barcelona Open from 2014 to 2022. For a full list of previous winners, check out the official ATP Tour website.

YearWinnerRunner UpScore in Final
2022Carlos AlcarazPablo Carreno Busta6-3, 6-2
2021Rafael NadalStefanos Tsitsipas6-4, 6-7, 7-5
2020N/AN/ATournament not held
2019Dominic ThiemDaniil Medvedev6–4, 6–0
2018Rafael NadalStefanos Tsitsipas6–2, 6–1
2017Rafael NadalDominic Thiem6–4, 6–1
2016Rafael NadalKei Nishikori6–4, 7–5
2015Kei NishikoriPablo Andújar6–4, 6–4
2014Kei NishikoriSantiago Giraldo6–2, 6-2

Men’s Doubles Winners

Andreas Mies and Kevin Krawietz are the defending champions in the doubles event in Barcelona after beating Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof 6-7, 7-6, 10-6 in the 2022 doubles final.

Roy Emerson currently holds the record for the most doubles titles at the Barcelona Open with 7 titles to his name.

Below is a list of previous winners of the doubles event at the Barcelona Open from 2014 to 2022. For a full list of previous winners, check out the official ATP Tour website.

YearWinnerRunner UpScore in Final
2022Andreas Mies and Kevin KrawietzNeal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof6-7, 7-6, 10-6
2021Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert FarahKevin Krawietz and Horia Tecau6–4, 6–2
2020N/AN/ANo Tournament Held
2019Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert FarahJamie Murray and Bruno Soares6–4, 7–6
2018Feliciano López and Marc LópezAisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and Jean-Julien Rojer7–6, 6–4
2017Florin Mergea and Aisam-ul-Haq QureshiPhilipp Petzschner and Alexander Peya6–4, 6–3
2016Bob Bryan and Mike BryanPablo Cuevas and Marcel Granollers7–5, 7–5
2015Marin Draganja and Henri KontinenJamie Murray and John Peers6–3, 6–7, 11–9
2014Jesse Huta Galung and Stéphane RobertDaniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić6–3, 6–3

Tournament FAQ

Was the Barcelona Open on Amazon Prime UK?

Yes, the tournament was available to stream on Amazon Prime UK from 18 Apr – 24 Apr 2022.

How many times has Nadal won the Singles Title in Barcelona?

Amazingly, Rafael Nadal has won the singles title in Barcelona a record 12 times (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2021)

Where can I find the Official Tournament Schedule for 2022?

The tournament schedule for 2022 is available on the official tournament website.

Did Novak Djokovic play in Barcelona in 2022?

No, Novak Djokovic did not play in Barcelona in 2022 as he had entered the Serbia Open instead.