Rogers Cup, Montreal & Toronto Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
Although the tournament’s name has officially changed to the National Bank Open by Rogers, most still refer to it as the Rogers Cup or Canadian Open, a Masters and WTA 1000 event held annually in August.
Beyond its storied history, which dates back to 1881 as one of the oldest active tournaments outside of Wimbledon and the US Open, the Roger’s Cup is unique in that the men’s and women’s events are held simultaneously in Montreal and Toronto, with the ATP and WTA alternating between cities each year. The men compete in Montreal this year, while the women compete in Toronto.
For 2022, the tournament’s prize money increased by 108% for the men to $5,926,545 vs. 2021, which translates to €5,804,428 and £4,894,852, while the purse for the women’s side jumped 50% to $2,697,250 or €2,641,551 and £2,227,712.
In singles, the men’s champion will take home $915,295, while the runner-up will earn himself $499,830, representing 147% and 137% increases over the prior year. The winning doubles pair will earn $280,830.
For the women’s tournament, the champion will receive a check for $439,700 and the runner-up $259,100. Compared to last year, these amounts equate to a 99% and a 58% increase, respectively. For the doubles event, the winning team will take home $128,400.
Outside of the Grand Slam events, the Roger’s Cup is one of the most lucrative for players due to its status as a Masters 1000 and WTA 1000 tournament. I’ve included a complete breakdown of the Roger Cup’s prize money in the following tables with historical data for reference and comparison.