Wimbledon Prize Money

We are just a few days shy of Wimbledon. Once again, many of the world’s top tennis stars will compete to land their hands on one of the sport’s most prestigious prizes.

In 2023, players will compete for a share of £44 million (£44,700,000) in prize money at the 2023 Wimbledon Championships, setting a new record total prize money fund. This is an increase of 10.78% from the £40 million total prize money in 2022. In terms of individual player remuneration, the 2023 Wimbledon champion will receive a cheque for £2,350,000, a 17.50% increase over what Novak Djokovic and Elena Rybakina received last year.

The runner-up will receive exactly half that much, or £1,175,000, an increase of 11.90% from 2022. The prize money distribution for 2023 keeps up the tradition of heavily rewarding the earlier rounds to give players with lower rankings a financial advantage.

What is Wimbledon Prize Money for 2023?

The prize money for this year’s Wimbledon has increased from last year’s championships. For the first time in the tournament’s history, the Men’s and Women’s singles runner-ups will also earn over £1.1 million ($1.4 million). The singles champions get paid £2.3 million ($2.9 million).

The total prize pool for this year’s Wimbledon is £44.7 million ($56.9 million), an amount which is the highest in the tournament’s history.

How much does the winner get in Wimbledon 2023?

The winners of the Men’s and Women’s Singles events get paid £2.3 million each while the Men’s and Women’s Doubles champions will earn £600,000 ($759,801), per team. The Mixed Doubles winners will pocket £128,000 ($162,091), per team.

The Wheelchair Singles champions will earn a prize money of £60,000 ($75,965) while the Wheelchair Doubles champions get £26,000 ($32,918). Similarly, the quad singles champions will pocket £60,000 while the Quad Doubles champions will earn £26,000.

Wimbledon 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

The Wimbledon 2023 Prize Money Breakdown is as follows:

EventWinnersRunner-upSFQFLast 16Last 32Last 64Last 128
Men’s Singles£2,350,000£1,175,000£600,000£340,000£207,000£131,000£85,000£55,000
Women’s Singles£2,350,000£1,175,000£600,000£340,000£207,000£131,000£85,000£55,000
Men’s Doubles£600,000£300,000£150,000£75,000£36,500£22,000£13,750-
Women’s Doubles£600,000£300,000£150,000£75,000£36,500£22,000£13,750-
Mixed Doubles£128,000£64,000£32,000£16,500£7,750£4,000--


What is the total prize money for Wimbledon 2023?

The total prize money for Wimbledon 2023 is £44.7 million ($56.9 million).

How much does the winner of Wimbledon 2023 receive?

The winners of the Men's and Women's Singles events receive £2.3 million each.

What is the prize money for the Men's and Women's Doubles champions at Wimbledon 2023?

The Men's Doubles champions at Wimbledon 2023 will earn £600,000 ($759,801), per team.