The players taking part in the 2017 WTA Rogers Cup in Toronto will enjoy a slight increase in prize money as the tournament has raised its total purse from $2.4 million last year to $2.7 this year. Read on below to check out just how much of that $2.7 million purse each participant stands to make.
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2017 WTA Rogers Cup Prize Money Breakdown
|Round of 16||$28,030|
|Round of 32||$14,360|
|Round of 64||$7,745|
While the women’s Rogers Cup tournament is still lagging well behind the men’s edition in terms of total purse, at least this year’s tournament winner will finally get more than half a million bucks for her troubles. The champion will make close to $502,000, which is around $4,000 more than what last year’s winner Simona Halep made.
The prize money a player receives is basically doubled with each round she reaches. There will be incremental increases for the amount received per round compared to last year, although it’ll still take some significant raises for the women to catch up with the men.
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