Zhuhai Championships

The Zhuhai Championships are an ATP tennis tournament that is played on outdoor hard courts at the Hengqin International Tennis Center in Zhuhai, China.

The first Zhuhai tournament was played in 2019 with Alex de Minaur winning the singles and the Belgium duo of Sander Gillé and Joran Vliegen winning the doubles

No tournament was held in 2020 or 2021 for obvious reasons so 2022 was due to be the first time in three years that a tournament will be held but unfortunately, the 2022 tournament also had to be canceled due to restrictions in place.

Zhuhai Championships

Zhuhai Championships

Tournament Name:Zhuhai Championships
Location:Zhuhai, China
Tour Level:ATP 250
Court Surface:Outdoor hard court
Draw Size:28 Singles, 16 Doubles
Prize Money:$949,475
Official Website:https://en.zhuhaichampionships.cn/

2022 Zhuhai Championships Dates

The ATP 250 tournament in Zhuhai was due to be held from the 26th of September to the 2nd of October 2022 but unfortunately had to be cancelled due to restrictions in place.

The Zhuhai tennis tournament was due to be played in the same week as the ATP tournaments in Chengdu (China), Sofia (Bulgaria), and the WTA tournaments in Tallinn (Estonia) and Parma (Italy).

2022 Zhuhai Championships Players

The official entry list for the 2022 ATP tournament in Zhuhai had not been released before the cancelation of the tournament, but below is a selection of players who played in the singles event in 2019.

  • Stefanos Tsitsipas
  • Roberto Bautista Agut
  • Gaël Monfils
  • Borna Coric
  • Lucas Pouille
  • Nick Kyrgios
  • Alex de Minaur
  • Albert Ramos Vinolas
  • Andy Murray
  • Damir Džumhur
  • Tatsuma Ito
  • Dominik Koepfer
  • Kwon Soon-woo
  • Casper Ruud

2022 Zhuhai Championships Schedule

  • Monday, 26 September 2022 – Qualifying Rounds
  • Tuesday, 27 September 2022 – First Round
  • Wednesday, 28 September 2022 – First Round
  • Thursday, 29 September 2022 – Second Round
  • Friday, 30 September 2022 – Quarterfinals
  • Saturday, 1 October 2022 – Semifinals
  • Sunday, 2 October 2022 – Final

2022 Zhuhai Championships Draw

The draw for the 2022 tournament had not been made before the cancelation of the tournament.

If you are looking for the singles and doubles draws for the 2019 tournament, they can be viewed on the ATP Tour website (see links below).

2022 Zhuhai Championships Prize Money

Information in relation to the prize money to be awarded to players for the 2022 tournament in Zhuhai was not released before the cancellation of the tournament but below is the prize money that was awarded at the 2019 tournament.

2019 Men’s Singles Prize Money Per Round

The winner of the Men’s Singles Event in 2019 received $160,550 in prize money, with the runner-up receiving $86,810.

  • Winner: $160,550
  • Finalist: $86,810
  • Semifinalist: $47,940
  • Quarterfinalist: $27,235
  • 2nd Round: $15,665
  • 1st Round: $9,385

2019 Men’s Doubles Prize Money (Per Team)

The winners of the Men’s Doubles Event in 2019 received $52,670 ($26,380 each) in prize money, with the runner-ups receiving $27,000 ($13,500 each).

  • Winners: $52,670
  • Finalists: $27,000
  • Semifinalists: $14,630
  • Quarterfinalists: $8,370
  • 1st Round: $4,900

Zhuhai Championships Past Winners

Past Men’s Singles WInners

No tournament has been held since 2019 so Alex de Minaur is still the defending champion after beating Adrian Mannarino in the 2019 singles final 7–6, 6–4.

As well as beating Adrian Mannarino in the final, Alex de Minaur beat John Millman in the first round, Andy Murray in the second round, Borna Coric in the quarterfinals, and Roberto Bautista Agut in the semifinals.

Past Men’s Doubles Winners

Sander Gillé and Joran Vliegen are the defending champions in the men’s doubles event in Zhuhai after beating Marcelo Demoliner and Matwé Middelkoop in straight sets (7-6, 7-6) in the 2019 Men’s doubles final.

On their way to lifting the 2019 doubles title in Zhuhai, Sander Gillé and Joran Vliegen beat Miomir Kecmanović and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan in the first round, Gong Maoxin and Zhang Ze in the quarterfinals, and Dominik Koepfer and Kwon Soon-woo in the semifinals.