2023 Canadian Open Prize Money and Points Breakdown ATP and WTA with $9,388,468 overall

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Sunday, 13 August 2023 at 17:57
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The Canadian Open (National Bank Open) will offer nearly 10 million dollars in prizes to both ATP and WTA competitors.
After the conclusion of Wimbledon, tennis players return to the hard courts following some weeks on grass and previously on clay. Just over a month before the 2023 US Open, the next tournament that will bring together the world's best tennis players is the Canadian Open.
In Canada, the cities of Toronto and Montreal alternate to host the men's and women's draws each year. Last year, the women competed in Toronto, and Romanian Simona Halep clinched the title by defeating Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia in the final.
On the men's side, Pablo Carreño Busta staged a remarkable comeback in the final to defeat Hubert Hurkacz. Despite not being seeded, Carreño Busta defeated players like Matteo Berrettini, Holger Rune, Jannik Sinner, Jack Draper, and Dan Evans on his way to the final against the Polish player.
The prize money for the tournament is nearly 10 million dollars, with $1,019,335 for the male champion and $454,500 for the female champion. The finalists will earn $556,630 and $267,690, respectively. In the semifinals, male players will receive $304,375, and female players will receive $138,000, while in the quarterfinals, the amounts will be $166,020 and $63,350, respectively.
The Masters 1000 distributes points differently, as the female champion receives 900 points, whereas the male champion gets 1000 points. Runners-up receive 600 points for men and 585 points for women, while semifinalists receive 360 and 350 points, respectively.
The points distribution in the early rounds also differs, with male players earning 10 points for reaching the first round, then potentially obtaining 45 points if they reach the second round, 90 points for advancing to the third round, and 180 points for semifinalists.
Women still receive fewer points in the first round, as they are awarded 1 point for exiting in the opening match. However, they are compensated in the subsequent rounds.
The exit in the second round of the WTA grants 60 points, the third round 105 points, and quarterfinalists receive 190 points, highlighting the difference with the ATP, which awards a lower number of points in these stages.
EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Q2Q1
Men’s singles$1,019,335$556,630$304,375$166,020$88,805$47,620$26,380$13,515$7,080
Women’s singles$454,500$267,690$138,000$63,350$31,650$17,930$12,848$$

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