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Rogers Cup, Montreal & Toronto Prize Money

2022 Breakdown & Historicals

By Jon Crim
Image Credit: Canadian Open

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.

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2022 Full Breakdown

Most of the prize money, roughly 80%, at the Canadian Open is for singles, while the remaining 20% funds the doubles events.

In 2022, both disciplines will experience significant bumps in prize money compared to 2021 because officials held last year’s tournament with limited fan capacity due to COVID, resulting in a need for organizers to reduce the prize money as revenue expectations were lower.

In the following tables, I break down prize money by round since 2007 for men and 2005 for women. To view historical data, scroll left to right.

Please note that for comparison, I’ve converted US dollars to Euros and Sterling pounds, which I calculate using the prior year’s exchange rate on the day of the final for a close approximation of value.

ATP Singles

Dollar

US Dollar2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007
Winner$915,295$370,290$1,049,040$1,020,425$894,585$894,585$685,200$598,900$547,300$522,550$450,000$443,500$443,500$420,000$400,000
Runner-up$499,830$211,000$531,010$500,340$438,635$438,635$336,000$293,650$268,350$256,220$224,000$222,000$222,000$210,000$200,000
Semifinal$273,320$121,250$272,365$251,815$220,760$220,760$169,100$147,800$135,060$128,960$114,825$113,725$113,725$105,000$100,000
Quarterfinal$149,085$74,000$140,385$128,050$112,255$112,255$85,985$75,155$68,680$65,575$59,700$59,200$59,200$51,000$49,000
Round 3$79,745$45,000$70,325$66,490$58,295$58,295$44,650$39,025$35,66034050$31,280$31,000$31,000$26,200$25,000
Round 2$42,760$26,770$36,830$35,055$30,730$30,730$23,540$20,575$18,800$17,950$16,375$16,250$16,250$17,250$14,000
Round 1$23,690$15,845$20,755$18,930$16,595$16,595$12,710$11,110$10,155$9,695$8,570$8,500$8,500$8,500$7,000
Qualies Round 2$12,135$8,350$7,945$4,360$3,820$3,820$2,930$2,560$2,340$2,145$2,000$2,000$2,000$2,000$2,000
Qualies Roud 1$6,355$4,445$3,970$2,220$1,950$1,950$1,490$1,305$1,190$1,095$1,000$1,000$1,0001000$1,000

Euro

Please note that all historical data for the Citi Open prize money in euros considers exchange rates on the day of the final for the years listed.

Euro2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007
Winner€899,442€312,244€935,974€895,715€756,533€756,533€618,635€447,441€547,300€522,550€450,000€443,500€443,500€420,000€400,000
Runner-up€491,173€177,924€473,778€439,191€370,945€370,945€303,359€219,387€268,350€256,220€224,000€222,000€222,000€210,000€200,000
Semifinal€268,586€102,243€243,009€221,040€186,692€186,692€152,672€110,422€135,060€128,960€114,825€113,725€113,725€105,000€100,000
Quarterfinal€146,503€62,400€125,254€112,400€94,932€94,932€77,632€56,149€68,680€65,575€59,700€59,200€59,200€51,000€49,000
Round 3€78,364€37,946€62,745€58,364€49,299€49,299€40,312€29,156€35,66034050€31,280€31,000€31,000€26,200€25,000
Round 2€42,019€22,574€32,860€30,771€25,988€25,988€21,253€15,372€18,800€17,950€16,375€16,250€16,250€17,250€14,000
Round 1€23,280€13,361€18,518€16,616€14,034€14,034€11,475€8,300€10,155€9,695€8,570€8,500€8,500€8,500€7,000
Qualies Round 2€11,925€7,041€7,089€3,827€3,231€3,231€2,645€1,913€2,340€2,145€2,000€2,000€2,000€2,000€2,000
Qualies Roud 1€6,245€3,748€3,542€1,949€1,649€1,649€1,345€975€1,190€1,095€1,000€1,000€1,000€1,000€1,000

British Sterling Pound

Please note that all historical data for the Citi Open prize money in British sterling pounds considers exchange rates on the day of the final for the years listed.

Sterling Pound2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007
Winner£759,099£265,740£872,673£799,869£687,878£687,878£439,738£356,785£354,171£333,225£274,625£283,550£271,254£210,653£198,807
Runner-up£414,534£151,425£441,735£392,196£337,282£337,282£215,633£174,937£173,656£163,389£136,702£141,935£135,780£105,327£99,404
Semifinal£226,678£87,015£226,574£197,387£169,750£169,750£108,523£88,050£87,401£82,237£70,075£72,710£69,557£52,663£49,702
Quarterfinal£123,643£53,106£116,783£100,373£86,317£86,317£55,182£44,772£44,444£41,817£36,434£37,849£36,208£25,579£24,354
Round 3£66,136£32,294£58,502£52,119£44,825£44,825£28,655£23,249£23,076£21,713£19,089£19,820£18,960£13,141£12,425
Round 2£35,463£19,212£30,638£27,478£23,629£23,629£15,107£12,257£12,166£11,447£9,993£10,389£9,939£8,652£6,958
Round 1£19,647£11,371£17,266£14,838£12,760£12,760£8,157£6,619£6,572£6,182£5,230£5,434£5,199£4,263£3,479
Qualies Round 2£10,064£5,992£6,609£3,418£2,937£2,937£1,880£1,525£1,514£1,368£1,221£1,279£1,223£1,003£994
Qualies Roud 1£5,271£3,190£3,303£1,740£1,499£1,499£956£777£770698.27£610£639£612501.55£497

ATP Doubles (Per Pair)

2022US DollarEuroSterling Pound
Winner$280,830€233,088€276,126
Runner-up$152,550€126,616€149,995
Semifinal$83,790€69,545€82,387
Quarterfinal$46,230€38,371€45,456
Round 2$25,420€21,098€24,994
Round 1$13,870€11,512€13,638

WTA Singles

Dollar

US Dollar2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007200620052004
Winner$439,700$221,500$521,530$519,480$501,975$497,700$456,000$441,000$426,000$385,000$360,000$350,000$350,000$196,900$181,980$196,900$189,000$189,000
Runner-up$259,100$164,000$253,420$252,425$243,920$241,840$227,640$214,400$213,000$193,000$180,000$175,000$175,000$99,850$92,300$99,850$96,000$96,000
Semifinal$133,400$87,000$126,950$126,450$122,190$121,150$111,940$107,400$104,700$96,500$90,000$87,500$87,500$50,600$46,770$50,600$49,125$49,125
Quarterfinal$61,300$41,500$60,455$60,210$58,185$57,690$52,430$51,130$49,040$47,000$41,450$40,000$40,000$25,650$23,710$25,650$25,050$25,050
Round 3$30,660$21,000$29,120$29,010$28,030$27,790$25,380$24,630$23,73022750$20,550$20,000$20,000$13,000$12,020$13,000$12,775$12,775
Round 2$17,445$13,300$14,920$14,860$14,360$14,240$13,050$12,620$12,200$11,500$10,575$10,275$10,275$6,590$6,090$6,590$6,500$6,500
Round 1$12,515$10,750$8,045$8,015$7,745$7,680$6,845$6,810$6,400$5,950$5,500$5,400$5,400$3,340$3,090$3,340$3,325$3,325
Qualies Round 3$2,750$2,000
Qualies Round 2$7,345$6,300$3,270$3,260$3,150$3,120$3,075$2,770$2,670$1,450$1,995$1,000$1,935$1,700$1,570$1,700$1,700$1,700
Qualies Roud 1$3,820$3,250$1,980$1,970$1,905$1,890$1,860$1,675$1,620$900$1,035$475$1,000865$800$865$865$865

Euro

Euro2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007200620052004
Winner€431,036€187,117€465,319€455,992€424,510€445,696€411,701€329,473€320,453€312,130€249,309€273,141€248,139€125,111€133,720€153,003€154,525€154,034
Runner-up€253,994€138,543€226,106€221,575€206,278€216,571€205,525€160,179€160,226€156,470€124,655€136,570€124,069€63,445€67,823€77,590€78,407€78,240
Semifinal€130,771€73,495€113,267€110,996€103,334€108,491€101,065€80,239€78,759€78,235€62,327€68,285€62,035€32,151€34,367€39,319€39,735€40,037
Quarterfinal€60,092€35,058€53,939€52,851€49,206€51,662€47,337€38,199€36,890€38,104€28,705€31,216€28,359€16,298€17,422€19,932€20,113€20,416
Round 3€30,056€17,740€25,981€25,465€23,704€24,886€22,914€18,401€17,85118444.05€14,231€15,608€14,179€8,260€8,832€10,102€10,179€10,412
Round 2€17,101€11,235€13,312€13,044€12,144€12,752€11,782€9,428€9,177€9,323€7,323€8,019€7,285€4,187€4,475€5,121€5,151€5,297
Round 1€12,268€9,081€7,178€7,035€6,550€6,878€6,180€5,088€4,814€4,824€3,809€4,214€3,828€2,122€2,271€2,595€2,616€2,710
Qualies Round 3€2,230€1,561
Qualies Round 2€7,200€5,322€2,918€2,862€2,664€2,794€2,776€2,069€2,008€1,176€1,382€780€1,372€1,080€1,154€1,321€1,329€1,385
Qualies Roud 1€3,745€2,746€1,767€1,729€1,611€1,693€1,679€1,251€1,219€730€717€371€709549.63€588€672€675€705

Sterling Pound

Sterling Pound2022202120202019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007200620052004
Winner£363,896£159,480£433,849£407,199£385,986£376,663£292,645£262,719£275,675£245,614£219,700£223,771£214,067£98,756£90,447£104,119£104,948£102,695
Runner-up£214,431£118,080£210,814£197,866£187,559£183,026£146,092£127,725£137,837£123,126£109,850£111,885£107,034£50,080£45,875£52,800£53,251£52,163
Semifinal£110,402£62,640£105,607£99,119£93,956£91,687£71,839£63,982£67,754£61,563£54,925£55,943£53,517£25,379£23,246£26,757£26,987£26,693
Quarterfinal£50,732£29,880£50,291£47,196£44,740£43,660£33,648£30,460£31,735£29,984£25,296£25,574£24,465£12,865£11,784£13,564£13,660£13,611
Round 3£25,374£15,120£24,224£22,740£21,553£21,032£16,288£14,673£15,356£14,514£12,541£12,787£12,232£6,520£5,974£6,874£6,913£6,941
Round 2£14,437£9,576£12,412£11,648£11,042£10,777£8,375£7,518£7,895£7,337£6,454£6,569£6,284£3,305£3,027£3,485£3,498£3,532
Round 1£10,357£7,740£6,692£6,283£5,955£5,812£4,393£4,057£4,142£3,796£3,357£3,452£3,303£1,675£1,536£1,766£1,777£1,807
Qualies Round 3£1,754£1,279
Qualies Round 2£6,079£4,536£2,720£2,555£2,422£2,361£1,973£1,650£1,728£925£1,218£639£1,183£853£780£899£902£924
Qualies Roud 1£3,161£2,340£1,647£1,544£1,465£1,430£1,194£998£1,048£574£632£304£612£434£398£457£458£470

WTA Doubles (Per Pair)

2022US DollarEuroSterling Pound
Winner$128,400€125,870£106,274
Runner-up$72,170€70,748£59,734
Semifinal$39,680€38,898£32,842
Quarterfinal$20,010€19,616£16,562
Round 2$11,330€11,107£9,378
Round 1$7,600€7,450£6,290

Prize Money by Year

The Roger Cup’s prize money is constantly evolving. Every year the tournament’s officials set prize money, which may increase or decrease depending on various factors influencing revenue.

Notably, ticket sales, sponsorships, merchandise, and concessions have a significant impact, so if these suffer, prize money will be lower. In 2021, the Roger Cup didn’t hold the tournament at total capacity, so they earned less and were forced to lower prize money.

The annual prize money at the Roger Cup has increased consistently for the ATP and WTA since 2006. In total, the men’s earnings have jumped 107%, while women’s have increased by 120%.

For full context, the following table outlines the total yearly prize money at the event, starting in 2006 for men and 2002 for women.

ATP

YearATP – Rogers Cup Total Prize Money% Change
2022$5,926,545108%
2021$2,850,975-50%
2020Canceled
2019$5,701,9457%
2018$5,315,02514%
2017$4,662,30014%
2016$4,089,74014%
2015$3,587,49014%
2014$3,146,9209%
2013$2,887,0859%
2012$2,648,7009%
2011$2,430,0000%
2010$2,430,0000%
2009$2,430,0003%
2008$2,365,0008%
2007$2,200,0000%
2006$2,200,000

Please note that all data is in US dollars.

WTA

YearWTA – Rogers Cup Total Prize Money% Change
2022$1,835,490-32%
2021$2,697,250.0-5%
2020Not played
2019$2,830,0000%
2018$2,820,0003%
2017$2,735,1391%
2016$2,714,4138%
2015$2,513,0003%
2014$2,440,0703%
2013$2,369,0009%
2012$2,168,4006%
2011$2,050,0002%
201020000000%
2009200000049%
200813400000%
200713400000%
200613400003%
200513000000%
20041300000-2%
200313250008%
20021224000

Please note that all data is in US dollars.

FAQs

Here are a few frequently asked questions from fans and attendees about the Canadian Open’s prize money.

How much does the winner earn at the Canadian Open?

For 2022, the ATP winner at the Canadian Open will take home $915,295, which translates to €489,680 and £413,229.

For the WTA, the winner will earn $439,700 or €430,771 and £363,517.

How much does the runner-up earn at the Canadian Open?

For 2022, the ATP runner-up at the Canadian Open will take home $499,830, which translates to €489,680 and £413,229.

For the WTA, the runner-up will earn $259,100 or €253,875 and £214,208.

Is the Canadian Open’s prize money taxed?

Yes. The Canadian government taxes all player earnings at the Canadian Open, reaching as high as 33%.

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