Laver Cup Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
Named after Rod Laver and established in 2017, the Laver Cup is an annual hardcourt event where Team Europe and Team World, each composed of six players, face off against each other.
During the three-day tournament, players participate in 12 matches with victories increasing in value, starting at one point on day one, and ending at three points on day three. To date, Team Europe has won every single tournament.
This year marks a special edition of the tournament where Roger Federer will play his final ATP match alongside long-time rival Rafael Nadal, slated for Friday, September 23, 2022.
For 2022, Laver Cup prize money remains flat, with the total purse set at $2,250,000 or €2,284,537 and £1,996,503, a significant sum where only 12 players participate.
Each winning team member will pocket $250,000, which translates to €253,966 and £221,808. Again there is no increase or decrease in these prize numbers compared to 2021.
However, everyone who participates wins on some level, with the losing team members each earning a $125,000 check, equating to €126,936 and £110,893 for their efforts.
Beyond prize money, players at the Laver Cup earn guaranteed participation fees commensurate with their rankings, so the higher ranked a player, the more they make for showing up.
The remainder of this guide details an overview and complete breakdown of the Laver Cup’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison.