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Wimbledon prize money 2023 – what is the prize money for Wimbledon round by round? Prize money for winning Wimbledon and Wimbledon winner prize money! Wimbledon prize money round by round and for each round – 1st, 2nd,3rd & 4th round!

Wimbledon tennis prize money 2023 round by round? What is the prize money for winning Wimbledon 2023? Wimbledon winner prize money? How much money does the winner of Wimbledon get? What’s the prize money for Wimbledon? Wimbledon authorities have increased the Wimbledon prize money in 2023 to £44,700,000. Lets have a look at the breakdown of Wimbledon prize money round by round. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

Wimbledon prize money 2023 - what is the prize money for Wimbledon round by round? Prize money for winning Wimbledon and Wimbledon winner prize money & first round! Wimbledon prize money round by round!

What’s the prize money for Wimbledon? Wimbledon prize money round by round!

This is a £4,35 million increase compared to last year’s prize money pool. This is a 10.78% increase from the 2022 edition which is probably set to continue. Usually there is an increase every year ensure Wimbledon stays the most lucrative tennis Grand Slam in the world.

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How much is Wimbledon prize money? Wimbledon winner prize money? Prize money for winning Wimbledon?

Wimbledon 2023 have an increase in total prize money fund taking the total to a still huge prize pool of total £44,700,000. But this will not the be the most biggest Grand Slam in the year as the US Open is the most lucrative Grand Slam.

Most of the prize money will go to the men and women singles events where around £30m will be shared among players from qualifying to the winners. Meanwhile the rest of the £10m will go to players in other events like doubles/mixed doubles. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

How much is Wimbledon prize money? Wimbledon winner prize money? Prize money for winning Wimbledon?

Wimbledon prize money round by round breakdown – Wimbledon prize money 2023 in UK pounds per round!

What is the prize money at Wimbledon? The 2023 Wimbledon men’s and women’s singles winners will earn a record £2,35 million pounds each. Below is the entire Wimbledon prize money breakdown for each round. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

What is the Wimbledon prize money breakdown by round?

Wimbledon prize money per round and each round? How much is the Wimbledon prize money for winning, semi final, quarter final, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th round? Here is the entire breakdown of the 2023 Wimbledon prize money round by round and for each round:

Wimbledon prize money breakdown per round 2023 Men’s / Women’s
Mixed
STAGES  Singles Doubles Doubles
Winner £2,350,000 £600,000 £128,000
Runner-up £1,175,000 £300,000 £64,000
Semi-Finalists £600,000 £150,000 £32,000
Quarter-Finalists £340,000 £75,000 £16,500
4th Round £207,000
3rd Round £131,000 £36,250
2nd Round £85,000 £22,000 £7,750
1st Round £55,000 £13,750 £4,000
Total Per Event  £14,490,000 £2,582,000 £448,000
Total Two Event  £29,980,000 £5,164,000

Wimbledon winner prize money – what is the prize money for winning Wimbledon 2023?

What’s the prize money for winning Wimbledon? How much is the Wimbledon winner prize money? The 2022 Wimbledon singles winners Novak Djokovic and Elena Rybakina earned each £2 million pounds.

How much is the Wimbledon winner prize money?

What is the prize money for winning Wimbledon men’s singles and women’s singles? Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek are expected to win the Wimbledon singles this. If they do they will earn £2,35 million pounds each.

Wimbledon runner up prize money

What’s the prize money for Wimbledon runner up? The 2022 Wimbledon singles winners Nick Kyrgios and Ons Jabeur earned each £1,05 million pounds.

How much is the Wimbledon prize money for winner? The 2023 Wimbledon runners up will earn £1,175 million pounds each.

Wimbledon semi final prize money – how much are the Wimbledon prize money 2023 semi final?

How much is the Wimbledon semi final prize money? The players who make to the Wimbledon semi final will make £0,60 million pounds each. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

Wimbledon Prize Money Breakdown 2022: for winner, first round & history!

Wimbledon Prize Money Breakdown 2023: for winner, first round & history!

Wimbledon prize money 2023 breakdown for winner, first round and history? Below is the entire breakdown of Wimbledon prize money 2023 compared to 2022. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

Wimbledon winner prize money? Prize money for winning Wimbledon singles? Wimbledon men’s and women’s singles prize money!

How much is the Wimbledon men’s and women’s prize money for place winner? Winners of 2023 Wimbledon singles titles will earn a record £2,35 million ($2.97 million) each. It’s an increase of 17,5% compared to previous year 2022.

Wimbledon Prize Money Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles

Here is the Wimbledon men’s and women’s singles prize money breakdown 2023 compared with 2022:

Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles 2023 2022
Winner £2,350,000 £2,000,000 
Runner-up £1,175,000 £1,050,000 
Semi-Finalists £600,000 £535,000
Quarter-Finalist £340,000 £310,000
Fourth Round £207,000 £190,000
Third Round £131,000 £120,000
Second Round £85,000 £78,000
First Round £55,000 £50,000
Total Per Event  £16,077,000 £14,490,000
Total Two Event  £32,154,000 £29,980,000

Wimbledon Prize Money Men's and Women's Singles +15.3%

Wimbledon winner prize money? Prize money for winning Wimbledon doubles? Wimbledon men’s and women’s doubles prize money!

How much is the Wimbledon Doubles prize money for first place winner? Winners of 2023 Wimbledon Doubles titles will earn a record £600,000 each. It’s an increase with £60,000 compared to the previous 2022 edition. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

Wimbledon Prize Money Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Doubles

Here is the Wimbledon men’s and women’s doubles prize money 2023 breakdown compared with 2022:

Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Doubles (per pair) 2023 2022
Winners (per pair) £600,000 £540,000
Runners-up £300,000 £270,000
Semi-Finalists £150,000 £270,000
Quarter-Finalist £75,000 £268,000
Third Round £36,250 £264,000
Second Round £22,000 £320,000
First Round £13,750 £400,000
Total Per Event  £2,582,000 £2,332,000
Total Two Event  £5,164,000 £4,664,000

Wimbledon winner prize money? Prize money for winning Wimbledon mixed doubles? Wimbledon men’s and women’s mixed doubles prize money!

How much is the Wimbledon Mixed Doubles prize money for first place winner? The winners of 2023 Wimbledon Mixed Doubles titles will earn a record £128,000 each. It’s an increase with £4,000 compared to previous year 2022. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

Wimbledon Prize Money Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Doubles

Here is the Wimbledon men’s and women’s mixed doubles prize money 2023 breakdown compared with 2022:

Mixed Doubles 2023 2022
Winners (per pair) £128,000 £124,000
Runners-up £64,000 £62,000
Semi-Finalists £32,000 £62,000
Quarter-Finalist £16,500 £64,000
Third Round £60,000
Second Round £7,750 £60,000
First Round £4,000 £60,000
Total Mixed Doubles £448,000 £432,000

Wimbledon prize money 2023 in UK pounds, US dollars and Euro!

Wimbledon prize money in UK pounds, US dollars and Euro for winner, first round and history? The 2023 Wimbledon singles winners will earn a record 2.35 million in pounds each. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

Wimbledon Prize Money Singles in GBP, USD, EUR ($, £, €)

Here is the Wimbledon prize money breakdown 2023 in GBP, US Dollars and Euro:

2023 Prize Money
£ GBP
Prize Money
$ USD
Prize Money
€ EUR
% Change
vs 2022
Winner £2,350,000 $2,974,458 $2,749,036 17.50%
Runner-up £1,175,000 $1,487,229 $1,374,518 11.90%
Semifinal £600,000 $759,436 $701,882 12.15%
Quarterfinal £340,000 $430,347 $397,733 9.68%
Round 4 £207,000 $262,005 $242,149 8.95%
Round 3 £131,000 $165,810 $153,244 9.17%
Round 2 £85,000 $107,587 $99,433 8.97%
Round 1 £55,000 $69,615 $64,339 10.00%
Q3 £36,000 $45,566 $42,113 12.50%
Q2 £21,750 $27,530 $25,443 14.47%
Q1 £12,750 $16,138 $14,915 15.91%
Total Per Event £14,245,000 $18,086,492 €16,038.506
Total Two Events £28,249,000 $36,173,183 €32,077.012

Wimbledon Tennis Prize Money History – Men’s and Women’s Singles Breakdown From Previous Years

Currency conversions rates that have been used are USD and Euro rates based on the closing exchange price on the day of the final that year.

2022 GBP (£) USD ($)  EUR (€) Increase (%)
Winner £2,000,000 $2,499,520 €2,279,000 +15%
Runner-up £1,050,000 $1,270,334 €1,248,224 +15%
Semifinal £535,000 $656,339 €601,582 +15%
Quarterfinal £310,000 $423,445 €389,408 +14%
Round 4 £190,000 $255,478 €210,810 +12%
Round 3 £120,000 $162,320 €133,940 +11%
Round 2 £78,000 $105,861 €87,352 +5%
Round 1 £50,000 $67,751 €55,905 +5%
Q3 £27,500 $35,993 €29,700 +5%
Q2 £18,500 $21,878 €18,053 +10%
Q1 £10,000 $11,998 €9,900 +8%

Wimbledon wheelchair prize money – Singles, Doubles, Quad Singles and Doubles!

How much do wheelchair tennis players get paid? What is the prize money for wheelchair tennis players at Wimbledon? Here are the Wimbledon wheelchair prize money
2023 Wimbledon wheelchair prize money breakdown
(£ GBP) Singles  Doubles Quad Wheelchair Singles Quad Wheelchair Doubles
Winner £60,000 £26,000 £26,000 £26,000
Runner-up £31,000 £13,000 £13,000 £13,000
Semifinal £21,000 £8,000 £8,000 £8,000
Quarterfinal £14,500

History of Wimbledon prize money since 2000 - Breakdown for 2000-2022

Wimbledon Prize Money History Since 2000

The Wimbledon championship is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is the most prestigious. Winners of this tournament are usually considered the best in the world. It has been held in Wimbledon, London since 1877.

Wimbledon is one of four Grand Slam tennis tournaments. The others being the Australian Open, the French Open and the US Open. Since the Australian Open shifted to hard court in 1988, Wimbledon is the only grass court major.

1968 was the first year when the tournament players were awarded prize money. The prize money was around £26,150; the winner of the men’s title earned £2,000 while the women’s singles champion received £750.

In 2007, Wimbledon changed their policy of giving more prize money to men. They now award the same amounts per event category to both men and women. A great step towards equality. Watch & Bet on Tennis Live >

History of Wimbledon Prize Money Breakdown For 2000-2023

Wimbledon prize money history since 2000? Here is the complete Wimbledon prize money history breakdown for the years 2000-2023:

Year (£) Gentlemen’s Singles Gentlemen’s Doubles (pair) Ladies’ Singles Ladies’ Doubles (pair) Mixed Doubles (pair) Total for meeting
2023 2,350,000 600,000 2,350,000 600,000 128,000 44,700,000
2022 2,000,000 540,000 2,000,000 540,000 100,000 40,350,000
2021 1,700,000 480,000 1,700,000 480,000 100,000 35,016,000
2020 Not played (£10 million distributed amongst 620 players)
2019 2,350,000 540,000 2,350,000 540,000 116,000 38,000,000
2018 2,250,000 450,000 2,250,000 450,000 110,000 34,000,000
2017 2,200,000 400,000 2,200,000 400,000 100,000 31,600,000
2016 2,000,000 350,000 2,000,000 350,000 100,000 28,100,000
2015 1,880,000 340,000 1,880,000 340,000 100,000 26,750,000
2014 1,760,000 325,000 1,760,000 325,000 96,000 25,000,000
2013 1,600,000 300,000 1,600,000 300,000 92,000 22,560,000
2012 1,150,000 260,000 1,150,000 260,000 92,000 16,060,000
2011 1,100,000 250,000 1,100,000 250,000 92,000 14,600,000
2010 1,000,000 240,000 1,000,000 240,000 92,000 13,725,000
2009 850,000 230,000 850,000 230,000 92,000 12,550,000
2008 750,000 230,000 750,000 230,000 92,000 11,812,000
2007 700,000 222,900 700,000 222,900 90,000 11,282,710
2006 655,000 220,690 625,000 205,280 90,000 10,378,710
2005 630,000 218,500 600,000 203,250 90,000 10,085,510
2004 602,500 215,000 560,500 200,000 90,000 9,707,280
2003 575,000 210,000 535,000 194,250 88,500 9,373,990
2002 525,000 210,000 486,000 194,250 88,500 8,825,320
2001 500,000 205,000 462,500 189,620 87,000 8,525,280
2000 477,500 195,630 430,000 176,070 83,100 8,056,480

History of Wimbledon prize money 1968 – Breakdown for 1968-1999

Wimbledon prize money since 1968? Here is the complete Wimbledon prize money history breakdown for the years 1968-1999:

Year (£) Gentlemen’s Singles Gentlemen’s Doubles (pair) Ladies’ Singles Ladies’ Doubles (pair) Mixed Doubles (pair) Total for meeting
1999 455,000 186,420 409,500 167,770 79,180 7,595,330
1998 435,000 178,220 391,500 154,160 75,700 7,207,590
1997 415,000 170,030 373,500 147,010 72,200 6,884,952
1996 392,500 160,810 353,000 139,040 68,280 6,465,910
1995 365,000 149,540 328,000 129,300 63,500 6,025,550
1994 345,000 141,350 310,000 122,200 60,000 5,682,170
1993 305,000 124,960 275,000 108,100 53,020 5,048,450
1992 265,000 108,570 240,000 93,920 46,070 4,416,820
1991 240,000 98,330 216,000 85,060 41,720 4,010,970
1990 230,000 94,230 207,000 81,510 40,000 3,819,730
1989 190,000 65,870 171,000 56,970 34,200 3,133,749
1988 165,000 57,200 148,500 49,500 29,700 2,612,126
1987 155,000 53,730 139,500 46,500 27,900 2,470,020
1986 140,000 48,500 126,000 42,060 25,200 2,119,780
1985 130,000 47,500 117,000 41,100 23,400 1,934,760
1984 100,000 40,000 90,000 34,700 18,000 1,461,896
1983 66,600 26,628 60,000 23,100 12,000 978,211
1982 41,667 16,666 37,500 14,450 6,750 593,366

Wimbledon Prize Pool History Since 1968-2023

Total Wimbledon Prize Pool History Since 1968-2023

Here is the Wimbledon Prize Pool including changes since 1968 until now 2023:

Year Total Wimbledon Prize Money Pool Change (%)
2023 £44,700,000 10.78%
2022 £40,350,000 15.23%
2021 £35,016,000 -7.85%
2020 Not played*
2021 £38,000,000 11.76%
2018 £34,000,000 7.59%
2017 £31,600,000 12.46%
2016 £28,100,000 5.05%
2015 £26,750,000 7.00%
2014 £25,000,000 10.82%
2013 £22,560,000 40.47%
2012 £16,060,000 10.00%
2011 £14,600,000 6.38%
2010 £13,725,000 9.36%
2009 £12,550,000 6.25%
2008 £11,812,000 4.69%
2007 £11,282,710 8.69%
2006 £10,380,710 2.93%
2005 £10,085,510 3.90%
2004 £9,707,280 3.56%
2003 £9,373,990 6.22%
2002 £8,825,320 3.52%
2001 £8,525,280 5.82%
2000 £8,056,480 6.07%
1999 £7,595,330 5.38%
1998 £7,207,590 4.69%
1997 £6,884,952 6.48%
1996 £6,465,910 7.31%
1995 £6,025,550 6.04%
1994 £5,682,170 12.55%
1993 £5,048,450 14.30%
1992 £4,416,820 10.12%
1991 £4,010,970 5.01%
1990 £3,819,730 21.89%
1989 £3,133,749 19.97%
1988 £2,612,126 23.23%
1987 £2,119,780 0.00%
1986 £2,119,780 9.56%
1985 £1,934,760 32.35%
1984 £1,461,896 49.45%
1983 £978,211 64.86%
1982 £593,366 84.20%
1981 £322,136 9.77%
1980 £293,464 5.92%
1979 £277,066 -0.70%
1978 £279,023 25.38%
1977 £222,540 41.08%
1976 £157,740 37.31%
1975 £114,875 18.31%
1974 £97,100 85.31%
1973 £52,400 4.11%
1972 £50,330 33.18%
1971 £37,790 -9.27%
1970 £41,650 24.81%
1969 £33,370 27.61%
1968 £26,150

* Not played due to Corona. £10 million distributed amongst 620 players

Wimbledon Records and History - Gentlemen and Ladies

Wimbledon Records and History – Gentlemen and Ladies since 1887-2023

Winner of most Gentlemen’s Singles titles

Era Player(s) Count Winning years
Before 1968 William Renshaw 7 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1889
Open Era Roger Federer 8 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012, 2017

Winner of most consecutive Gentlemen’s Singles titles

Era Player(s) Count Winning years
Before 1968 William Renshaw 6 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886
Open Era Björn Borg
Roger Federer
5 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

Winner of most Gentlemen’s Doubles titles

Era Player(s) Count Winning years
Before 1968 Reginald Doherty
Laurence Doherty
8 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1903, 1904, 1905
Open Era Todd Woodbridge 9 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000 (with Mark Woodforde), 2002, 2003, 2004 (with Jonas Björkman)

Winner of most consecutive Gentlemen’s Doubles titles

Era Player(s) Count Winning years
Before 1968 Reginald Doherty
Laurence Doherty
5 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901
Open Era Todd Woodbridge
Mark Woodforde
5 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997

Winner of most Mixed Doubles titles – Gentlemen

Era Player(s) Count Winning years
Before 1968 Ken Fletcher
Vic Seixas
4 1963, 1965, 1966, 1968 (with Margaret Court)
1953, 1954, 1955, 1956 (3 with Doris Hart, 1 with Shirley Fry Irvin)
Open Era Owen Davidson
Leander Paes
4 1967, 1971, 1973, 1974 (with Billie Jean King)
1999 (with Lisa Raymond), 2003 (with Martina Navratilova), 2010 (with Cara Black), 2015 (with Martina Hingis)

Winner of most Championships (total: singles, doubles, mixed) – Gentlemen

Era Player(s) Count Winning years
Before 1968 Laurence Doherty 13 1897–1906 (5 singles, 8 doubles)
Open Era Todd Woodbridge 10 1993–2004 (9 doubles, 1 mixed)

Wimbledon Records and History - Gentlemen and Ladies

Wimbledon ladies records since 1887

Winner of most Ladies’ Singles titles

Era Player(s) Titles Winning years
Before 1968 Helen Wills 8 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1932,
1933, 1935, 1938
Open Era Martina Navratilova 9 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984
1985, 1986, 1987, 1990

Winner of most consecutive Ladies’ Singles titles

Era Player(s) Titles Winning years
Before 1968 Suzanne Lenglen 5 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923
Open Era Martina Navratilova 6 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987

Winner of most consecutive Ladies’ Singles titles

Era Player(s) Titles Winning years
Open Era Martina Navratilova 6 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987

Winner of most Ladies’ Doubles titles

Era Player(s) Titles Winning years
Before 1968 Elizabeth Ryan 12 1914 (with Agatha Morton), 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1925 (with Suzanne Lenglen), 1926 (with Mary Browne), 1927, 1930 (with Helen Wills), 1933, 1934 (with Simonne Mathieu)

Winner of most Ladies’ Doubles titles

Era Player(s) Titles Winning years
Open Era Martina Navratilova 7 1976 (with Chris Evert), 1979 (with Billie Jean King), 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986 (with Pam Shriver)

Winner of most consecutive Ladies’ Doubles titles

Era Player(s) Titles Winning years
Before 1968 Suzanne Lenglen
Elizabeth Ryan
5 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923
Open Era / Martina Navratilova
Pam Shriver
/ Natasha Zvereva
4 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984
1991 (with Larisa Neiland), 1992, 1993, 1994 (with Gigi Fernández)

Wimbledon Prize Money Breakdown 2022

Wimbledon prize money FAQ

Do male and female tennis players get paid the same at Wimbledon?

Yes, both male and female tennis players get paid the same at Wimbledon. Wimbledon men’s and women’s singles winner get paid the same. The 2023 Wimbledon men’s and women’s singles winners get £2,35 million pounds each. Full Wimbledon 2023 prize money breakdown here!

Is Wimbledon the tennis tournament with highest prize money?

Which tennis grand slam has the biggest prize money? Wimbledon is one of the sports competitions with the highest prize money, but its not the Grand Slam tennis tournament that has the biggest prize money in the pot. The winner of US Open tennis earns more. Here you can check in the US Open tennis prize money breakdown.

More about Wimbledon prize money in tennis

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