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Rogers Cup 2014 prize money for women tennis players

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The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for women tennis players at the 2014 Rogers Cup. The 2014 Rogers Cup, which is technically the Canadian Open in tennis but everyone calls it the Rogers Cup, for women players is being held on the outdoor hard courts at Uniprix Stadium in Montreal, Canada from August 1-10, 2014.

The men's tournament is being held on the outdoor courts at the Rexall Center in Toronto, Canada. The men and women alternate between the two venues based upon odd and even number years.

The prize money shown is in U.S. dollars and the money is not cumulative. Players only earn the amounts shown for the last round they advance to. For doubles players, money shown is per team, so players get half that total.

The Rogers Cup does not pay men and women tennis players equal amounts of prize money. The men make significantly more than the women do. Also, the prize money for men players was increased much more than for women players this year at the Rogers Cup.

For more see Rogers Cup prize money for men tennis players in 2014.

Rogers Cup 2014 prize money for women tennis players

The women's winner of the 2014 Rogers Cup will earn $441,000. That is up 3.5% over the $426,000 that Serena Williams earned by winning the tournament last year.

  • Runner-up - $220,000

The runner-up will earn $220,000. That is up 3.3% over the $213,000 that Sorana Cirstea earned last year as the runner-up.

  • Semifinalists - $110,100

Women semifinalists will each earn $110,100 at the Rogers Cup in 2014. That is up 5.2% over $104,700 last year.

  • Quarter-finalists - $50,700

Reaching the quarters is worth $50,700 this year. That is up 3.4% over last year's $49,040.

  • Third Round - $25,135

Making the third round is worth $25,135. That's up 5.9% over last year's $23,730.

  • Second Round - $12,900

Getting to the second round is worth $12,900 for women singles players this year. That's up 5.7% over last year's $12,200.

  • First Round - $6,630

Just for playing in the first round of the 2014 Rogers Cup in singles play is worth $6,630 for women singles players. That is up 3.6% over lat year's $6,400.

Rogers Cup 2014 prize money for women doubles players

  • Winners - $122,000

The winners of the women's doubles competition at the 2014 Rogers Cup will earn $122,000 as a team, or $61,000 per player. That is the same amount of money that Jelena Jankovic and Katarina Srebotnik won last year when they won the women's doubles.

  • Runners-up - $61,600

The runners-up will earn $61,600 as a team, or $30,800 per player. The same amount of prize money won by Anna-Lena Gronefeld and Kveta Peschke earned when they were runners-up last year at the Rogers Cup.

  • Semifinalists - $30,490

Same amount as last year.

  • Quarter-finalists - $15,340

Same amount as last year.

  • Second Round - $7,780

Same amount as last year.

  • First Round - $3,840

Same amount as last year.

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