What’s The Gijon Open And Who Is Playing In It?

The city and municipality of Gijon in north-western Spain has been awarded a one-year license to stage a shiny-new indoor hardcourt  ATP 250 tennis tournament at the Palacio deportes. This newly formatted competition will give players the chance to sharpen their skillset ahead of the ninth and final 1000 Masters competition at the Rolex Paris Masters in Paris.

The Spanish hardcourt competition has already received a plethora of interest – with former US Open winner Dominic Thiem included in the fold. Check here for the full rundown of the competition with tennis odds, when the Gijon Open commences and what ATP players are competing. 

Dominic Thiem At the 2022 US Open
Dominic Thiem At the 2022 US Open

With the inaugural Gijon Open commencing on the 10th of October and running until the 16th – many ATP players have jumped at the chance to ply their trade in the Spanish city. 2022 US Open quarter-finalist Andrey Rublev arrives into the contest as the favorite while 2022 Candian Open champion Pablo Carreno Busta sits just behind the Russian.

What ATP Players Are Playing In The Gijon Open?

  • Andrey Rublev
  • Pablo Carreno Busta
  • Roberto Bautista Agut
  • Francisco Cerundolo
  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
  • Tommy Paul
  • Sebastian Baez
  • Dominic Thiem
  • Albert Ramos-Vinolas 
  • Adrian Mannarino 
  • Sebastian Korda 
  • Benjamin Bonzi 
  • Fabio Fognini 
  • Joao Sousa 
  • Jaume Munar 
  • Pedro Cachin 
  • Arthur Rinderknech 
  • Marcos Giron 
  • IIya Ivashka 
  • WC
  • WC
  • WC
  • SE
  • SE
  • Qualifier 
  • Qualifier 
  • Qualifier 
  • Qualifier 

Our Prediction

What’s The Prize Money?

The winner receives $93,000 and 250 ATP points while the runner-up takes home $54,300 and 150 ATP points. Please check below for the remainder of the competition’s prize money.

  • Semi-Finalist receives $31,925 and 90 ATP points 
  • Quarter-Finalist receives $18,495 and 45 ATP points
  • The Round of 16 receives $10,740 and 20 ATP points 
  • The Round of 28 receives $6,565 and 0 ATP points
  • Qualifier receives $0 and 12 ATP points
  • Qualifier 2 receives $3,280 and 6 ATP points
  • Qualifier 1 receives $1,790 and 0 ATP points

Gijon Open Tennis Picks And Predictions

With the new Spanish contest raising some eyebrows on the tour – many players have their hopes set on claiming the maiden Gijon Open. Andrey Rublev arrives into the contest as the clear favorite and for very good reason – the Russian played some tantalizing tennis at the US Open and is the highest seed coming into the competition. 

Our Prediction

Rublev will be hellbent on claiming another ATP competition in the attempt of finishing the year off strong. If you’re in a regulated state that legalizes sports betting, BETUS offers a whopping 125% sign-up bonus here if you fancy ramping up the excitement.