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Queen’s Club Championships Prize Money

Queen's Club Championships Prize Money
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The Queen’s Club Championships, also known as the Cinch Championships, because of sponsorship. This prestigious grass-court tennis competition is held yearly in London, England. 

Queen’s Club Championships 2023 is the 120th season of the event that will play from 19 June to 25 June 2023. Queen’s Club is the venue of the event.

The Queen’s Club Championships offers a handsome prize fund that reflects the tournament’s status and importance in tennis. 

Queen’s Club Championships Prize Money 2023

The 2023 Queen’s Club Championships payout has increased by 2.84% compared to last year. This year the total fund for the Single & Double tournaments is €2,195,175. Last year, the total €2,134,520 payout was distributed between the players.

The Single tournament winner will be rewarded with a handsome amount of €477,795. The runner-up will €220,880 take to home. The semi-finalist will get a nice payout of €117,715.

While the Doubles stage winners will fill their pockets with a €134,840 prize share, the doubles finalists will get a nice payout of €71,910. The semi-finalists will be putting €36,380 cash in their bag.

Rank Singles Payout Doubles Payout
Winner €477,795 €134,840
Runner-up €220,880 €71,910
Semifinal €117,715 €36,380
Quarterfinal €60,145 €18,190
Round 2 €32,105 €9,420
Round 1 €17,120
Q2 €8,775
Q1 €4,925

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Queen’s Club Championships Prize Money 2022

Rank Singles Payout Doubles Payout
Winner € 399,170 € 131,110
Runner-up € 214,775 € 69,930
Semifinal € 114,465 € 35,370
Quarterfinal € 58,485 € 17,690
Round 2 € 31,215 € 9,160
Round 1 € 16,650
Q2 € 8,530
Q1 € 4,785

Queen’s Club Championships Payout History

Recently, the Queen’s Club Championships raised their prize money. This payout increase indicates the tournament’s commitment to attracting top-level talent and maintaining its reputation.

Year Total Payout
2023 € 2,195,175
2022 € 2,134,520
2021 € 1,290,135
2020 Not played
2019 € 2,081,830
2018 € 1,983,595
2017 € 1,836,660
2016 € 1,802,945
2015 € 1,574,640
2014 € 711,010
2013 € 683,665
2012 € 625,300
2011 € 608,000
2010 € 627,700
2009 € 663,750
2008 €692k
2007 €775k
2006 €775k
2005 €775k
2004 €767k
2003 €800k
2002 €736k
2001 €775k
2000 €775k
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