The 2015 Rogers Cup tennis tournament for men players is taking place this week from August 10-16, 2015, on the outdoor hard courts at the Uniprix Stadium located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Here is a list of the prize money up for grabs for the men players at the 2015 Rogers Cup tennis tournament in Montreal.
The prize money for the men players has been raised significantly this year as is shown below for each round vs what the men earned last year. All prize money shown below is not cumulative, players only earn the amounts shown for the last round they advance to. For each round below I’ve also included some or all of the men players who finished in the same spots last year. I’ve also included career tennis earnings to date for the top players from last year.
- Winner – $685,200
The men’s winner of the 2015 Rogers Cup will earn a nice paycheck of $685,200. That is a big increase of 14.4% over the $598,900 that Jo-Wilfried Tsonga earned last year when he won the Roger Cup in Canada. Even though he has never won a Grand Slam title, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has earned $15.3 million on the ATP Tour in men’s tennis.
- Runner-up – $336,000
The runner-up at the 2015 Rogers Cup in Montreal will earn $336,000. That is up 14.4% over the $293,650 that Roger Federer earned as the runner-up in the Rogers Cup last year. In his career, Roger Federer has won 17 Grand Slam singles titles, which is the most of any male player in the Open Era. For his tennis career, Roger Federer has earned $92.4 million to date in prize money and many millions more in endorsement deals.
- Semifinalists – $169,100
The two men semifinalists who do not advance to the finals at the 2015 Rogers Cup will each earn $169,100. That is up 14.4% over the $147,800 that Grigor Dimitrov and Feliciano Lopez earned last year when they both lost in the semis. Grigor Dimitrov has earned $5.6 million in prize money so far in his career while Feliciano Lopez from Spain has earned $10.4 million.
- Quarter-finalists – $85,985
The four quarter-finalists who do not advance at the 2015 Rogers Cup will each earn $85,985 in prize money. That is up 14.4% over the $75,155 that Andy Murray, Kevin Anderson, Milos Raonic, and David Ferrer earned when they all lost in the quarters last year in Canada at the Rogers Cup.
- Third round – $44,600
The men tennis players who do not advance past the third round at the 2015 Rogers Cup will each earn $44,600 in prize money. That is up 14.3% over the $39,025 that Novak Djokovic, Richard Gasquet, Stan Wawrinka, Tommy Robredo, Julien Benneteau, Tomas Berdych, Ivan Dodig, and Marin Cilic each earned when they all lost in the third round last year.
- Second round – $23,540
Men tennis players not advancing past the second round earned $23,540 at the Rogers Cup in 2015. That was up 14.4% over the $20,575 that players like Andreas Seppi, Malek Jaziri, Ernests Gulbis, Jack Sock, Donald Young, Gilles Simon, Gael Monfils, Nick Kyrgios and all the others who lost in the second round earned last year at the Rogers Cup in Canada.
- First round – $12,710
Players who lost in the first round of the 2015 Rogers Cup in Montreal, Canada each earned a paycheck of $12,710. That was up 14.4% over the $11,110 that players like Radek Stepanek, Bernard Tomic, Santiago Giraldo, Dominic Thiem, Jurgen Melzer, Lleyton Hewitt, Tobias Kamke, Nicolas Mahut, John Isner and all the other who lost in the first round earned here last year.