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How Much Did Players Earn at Wimbledon 2023?

This year's Wimbledon prize money is a record breaking total of £44.7 million....

Wimbledon 2023 is over with = 20-year-old Carlos Alcaraz managing to defeat Novak Djokovic in the men’s singles final, ending a multi-decade streak of wins by either Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, and Djokovic. But how much did Alcaraz earn for his win? 

Both the men’s and women’s singles champions earn £2.35 million (~$4.51 million AUD), which has increased 17.5% when compared to the money won by the 2022 champions. 

In total, the All England Club offered up a record amount of prize money totalling £44.7 million (~$85.7 million AUD). 

Here’s the rundown: 

 

Men’s & Women’s Singles

Winner – £2,350,000

Runner-up – £1,175,000 

Semifinalists – £600,000 

Quarterfinalists – £340,000

Round 4 – £207,000

Round 3 – £131,000

Round 2 – £85,000

Round 1 – £55,000 

 

Men’s & Women’s Doubles

Winner – £600,000

Runner-up – £300,000

Semifinalists – £150,000

Quarterfinalists – £75,000

Round 3 – £36,250 

Round 2 – £22,000

Round 1 – £13,750 

 

Mixed Doubles

Winner – £128,000

Runner-up – £64,000

Semifinalists – £32,000

Quarterfinalists – £16,500

Round 2 – £7,750

Round 1 – £4,000

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