Wimbledon prize money has reached record levels for 2023 as the world’s best players prepare to tackle the All England Club’s iconic grass courts.
Wimbledon 2023 takes place from Monday, July 3 to Sunday, July 16 and a total pot worth £44,700,000 is on offer across the various competitions at SW19.
Despite being the most prestigious of the four tennis Grand Slams, Wimbledon is not the most lucrative tournament on tour as the US Open in August dishes out bigger sums.
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Just like the other Grand Slams, however, there are equal prize pots on offer for the men’s and women’s singles.
Last year’s Wimbledon saw two players at different stages of their career – Novak Djokovic and Elena Rybakina – take home novelty cheques £2,000,000 for triumphing in the singles competitions.
Wimbledon odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise the prize money breakdown for this year’s men’s and women’s singles tournaments is below.
Wimbledon Prize Money Per Round
A total prize pot worth £32,154,000 is available for the men’s and women’s singles tournaments at Wimbledon 2023. That represents a 10.9 per cent increase on last year’s total and a 12.9 per cent increase on pre-covid levels from 2019.
Winner: £2,350,000 (17.5 per cent increase on last year)
Finalist: £1,175,000 (11.9 per cent increase on last year)
Semi-Finalists: £600,000 (12.1 per cent increase on last year)
Quarter-Finalists: £340,000 (9.7 per cent increase on last year)
Fourth Round: £207,000 (8.9 per cent increase on last year)
Third Round: £131,000 (9.2 per cent increase on last year)
Second Round: £85,000 (9.0 per cent increase on last year)
First Round: £55,000 (10.0 per cent increase on last year)
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