How much do players get for winning Wimbledon? Here is all you need to know about prize money at Wimbledon.
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What is the prize money at Wimbledon?
The total prize money at Wimbledon in 2023 is £44,700,000. This is a record for the tournament, up from £40,350,000 in 2022.
This fund is split between players depending on the event they are competing in and how far they go in the competition.
How much do you get for winning Wimbledon?
The winners of the men’s and women’s singles events at Wimbledon in 2023 will each receive £2,350,000. This is up from £2,000,000 in 2022, and on par with the 2019 event.
Wimbledon was the last Grand Slam to enact equal pay between men and women, doing so in 2007.
In the doubles, the winners in the men’s and women’s events receive £600,000 per pair. In the mixed competition, the winning pair receives £128,000.
In the wheelchair singles categories – men’s, women’s, and quads – the winners receive £60,000 each.
Wheelchair doubles pairs receive £26,000 for winning a Wimbledon title.
Finally, the winners of the invitational doubles receive £32,000 per pair.
How much do you get for reaching a Wimbledon final?
The runner-up in the men’s and women’s singles events receives £1,175,000 in prize money.
Losing finalists in the men’s and women’s doubles receive £300,000 per pair, while the runners-up in the mixed competition receive £64,000.
In the wheelchair singles, losing finalists receive £31,000, while in the doubles they are awarded £13,000.
Invitational doubles runners-up win £26,000.
How much prize money do you win per round at Wimbledon?
Here is the breakdown of prize money per round for the men’s and women’s singles events:
First round: £55,000
Second round: £85,000
Third round: £131,000
Fourth round: £207,000
Here is the breakdown of prize money per round for the men’s and women’s doubles events:
First round: £13,750
Third round: £36,250
Here is the breakdown of prize money per round for the mixed doubles event:
First round: £4,000
Here is the breakdown of prize money per round for the men’s, women’s, and quad wheelchair singles events:
Here is the breakdown of prize money per round for the men’s, women’s, and quad wheelchair doubles events:
Here is the breakdown of prize money per round for the invitational doubles event:
Fourth place in each group: £22,000
Third place in each group: £22,000
Second place in each group: £22,000