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Wimbledon Prize Money 2023

Wimbledon Prize Money
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Wimbledon is one of the world’s most famous and oldest tennis competitions. Wimbledon has been taking place at Wimbledon All-England Club since 1877. One of the four grand slam tennis competitions is Wimbledon.

Only Wimbledon, a traditional tennis format, is still played at a major tournament on outdoor grass courts. 2023 Wimbledon prize money is made public.

Wimbledon Prize Money 2023

Wimbledon 2023 has smashed all previous records by reporting total prize money of £44,700,000 for all events. This massive increase of 11.2% from the prior year shows the tournament’s commitment to supporting and rewarding the players.

The payout has increased at the qualifying stage, boasting a remarkable increase of nearly 15%. At First-round, their purse has also increased to 10% compared to the previous year’s earnings.

Singles & Doubles Prize Money

The Men’s & Women’s Singles round champions will receive a handsome amount of £2.35 million. The Finalists of the single event will get a nice payout of £1.17m.

The Wimbledon Doubles stage winners will take £600k cash from the total fund. The Doubles stage finalists will earn £300k money. While the first-round losers will receive a £55k prize share that is 10% more than distributed the previous year.

Rank Single Payout Double Payout
Winner £2.35m £600k
Finalists £1.17m £300k
Semifinal £600k £150k
Quarterfinal £340k £75k
R4 £207k £36.2k
R3 £131k £22k
R2 £85k £13.7k
R1 £55k
Q3 £36k
Q2 £21.7k
Q1 £12.7k

Mixed Doubles Payout

The Mixed Doubles round champions will fill their purse with a £128k payout. The Mixed runner-ups will grab a £64 prize money. The mixed sem-finalists will pocket a £32k payout.

Position Payout
Winner £128k
Finalists £64k
Semifinal £32k
Quarterfinal £16.5k
R3 £7.7k
R1 £4k

Wheelchair Prize Money

The wheelchair Singles Event winners will earn a beautiful amount of £60k, and the runner-ups will get a £31k prize. The Wheelchair Double round victors will be awarded a £26k prize share. The Wheelchair Double finalists will take £26k prize money.

Rank Single Payout Double Payout
Winner £60k £26k
Finalists £31k £13k
Semifinal £21k £8k
Quarterfinal £14.5k

Quad Wheelchair Purse

The Quad Wheelchair Single stage winners will fill their pockets with a payout of £60k and the finalists with a £31k prize. The Quad stage doubles champs will get £26k, and the runner-ups will take £13k prize share.

Rank Single Payout Double Payout
Winner £60k £26k
Finalists £31k £13k
Semifinal £21k £8k
Quarterfinal £14.5k

Invitational Doubles Payout

Rank Payout
Winner £32k
Finalists £26k
2nd Place in Pool £22k
3rd Place in Pool £22k
4th Place in Pool £22k

Wimbledon Prize Money 2022

Standings Winners Runner-Up Semifinal Quarterfinal Round 4
Singles $2,507,460 $1,316,416 $670,745 $388,656 $238,209
Doubles $155,445 $77,722 $38,861 $20,057 $9,402
Mixed Doubles $155,445 $77,722 $38,861 $20,057 $9,402
Wheelchair Singles $63,933 $32,593 $21,938 $15,043
Wheelchair Doubles $27,572 $13,786 $8,146
Quad Wheelchair Singles $63,916 $32,585 $21,932 $15,039
Quad Wheelchair Doubles $27,572 $13,786 $8,146

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Wimbledon Payout History

Year Prize Money
2023 £44,700,000
2022 £40,350,000
2021 £35,016,000
2020 Not played
2019 £38,000,000
2018 £34,000,000
2017 £31,600,000
2016 £28,100,000
2015 £26,750,000
2014 £25,000,000
2013 £22,560,000
2012 £16,060,000
2011 £14,600,000
2010 £13,725,000
2009 £12,550,000
2008 £11,812,000
2007 £11,282,710
2006 £10,380,710
2005 £10,085,510
2004 £9,707,280
2003 £9,373,990
2002 £8,825,320
2001 £8,525,280
2000 £8,056,480
1999 £7,595,330
1998 £7,207,590
1997 £6,884,952
1996 £6,465,910
1995 £6,025,550
1994 £5,682,170
1993 £5,048,450
1992 £4,416,820
1991 £4,010,970
1990 £3,819,730
1989 £3,133,749
1988 £2,612,126
1987 £2,119,780
1986 £2,119,780
1985 £1,934,760
1984 £1,461,896
1983 £978,211
1982 £593,366
1981 £322,136
1980 £293,464
1979 £277,066
1978 £279,023
1977 £222,540
1976 £157,740
1975 £114,875
1974 £97,100
1973 £52,400
1972 £50,330
1971 £37,790
1970 £41,650
1969 £33,370
1968 £26,150
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