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Wimbledon Tennis Prize Money 2022


EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 1281Q3Q2Q1
Singles£

2,000,000

£

1,050,000

£

535,000

£

310,000

£

190,000

£

120,000

£

78,000

£

50,000

£

32,000

£

19,000

£ 11,000
Doubles *£540,000£270,000£135,000£67,000£33,000£20,000£12,500N/AN/AN/AN/A
Mixed Doubles *£124,000£62,000£31,000£16,000£7,500£3,750N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Wheelchair Singles£51,000£26,000£17,500£12,000N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Wheelchair Doubles *£22,000£11,000£6,500N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Quad Singles£51,000£26,000£17,500£12,000N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Quad Doubles *£22,000£11,000£6,500N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

*per team

2021 Prize Money

Point distribution

Senior points

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 128QQ3Q2Q1
Men’s Singles20001200720360180904510251680
Men’s Doubles00
Women’s Singles130078043024013070104030202
Women’s Doubles10

Prize money

The Wimbledon Championships total prize money for 2021 decreased by 7.85% to £35,016,000.

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 1281Q3Q2Q1
Singles£1,700,000£900,000£465,000£300,000£181,000£115,000£75,000£48,000£25,500£15,500£8,500
Doubles *£480,000£240,000£120,000£60,000£30,000£19,000£12,000N/AN/AN/AN/A
Mixed Doubles *£100,000£50,000£25,000£12,000£6,000£3,000£1,500N/AN/AN/AN/A
Wheelchair Singles£48,000£24,000£16,500£11,500N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Wheelchair Doubles *£20,000£10,000£6,000N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Quad Singles£48,000£24,000£16,500£11,500N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Quad Doubles *£20,000£10,000N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

*per team

Wimbledon Prize Money 2019

Wimbledon prize cash will see an expansion of 11.8 percent and all out £38 million ($49 million) during the current year’s titles, the All England Club reported on Tuesday.

The people’s singles champions will get £2.35 million ($3.06 million) each – £100,000 more than in the earlier year.

Proceeding with a topic of late years, coordinators have again essentially collected the prize cash for ahead of schedule round failures.

Prize cash for qualifying and adjusts one to three in the singles will ascend by 10 percent with £45,000 now the remuneration for a first-round singles exit.

Wimbledon’s all out prize cash for 2019 outperforms the $62.5 million at the current year’s opening Australian Grand Slam in Melbourne however is still lower than the $53 million prize pool finally year’s U.S. Open.

The French Open as of late reported a 8 percent expansion in prize cash for one month from now’s occasion, taking it to €42.6 million ($48 million).

Wimbledon’s prize cash has trebled in the most recent decade and the current year’s Championships will see Court One’s new retractable rooftop in task just because.

The culmination of the three-year venture, which incorporates another two-level open square, will build seating limit on the second-greatest show court to 12,345.

Wimbledon greats John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova will be among the players partaking in a test occasion for the new Court One rooftop on May. 19.

The competition won’t include “shot clock” this year, in spite of the fact that it is probably going to be taken off in 2020, as indicated by club CEO Richard Lewis.

Shot clock, an on-court show checking down the 25-second farthest point for a server to begin the following point, has just been presented at the U.S. furthermore, Australian Opens.

Tiebreaks will be utilized at 12-12 in the choosing sets of all counterparts just because this year – which means each of the four Grand Slams have distinctive choosing set configurations.

The current year’s Australian Open acquainted a first-with 10 point tiebreak at 6-6 in the decider, the French Open keeps on utilizing long choosing sets, and last sets at the U.S. Open are finished with a customary first-to-seven point sudden death round at 6-6.

“We feel that 12-12 is a decent center point,” All England Club director Philip Brook said. “For us we felt that a tiebreak at 6-6 in the third set was too soon. This gives the players somewhat more time to check whether either can win.”

Among a scope of supportability activities, Wimbledon will present 100 percent reused and recyclable water bottles this year, while players will never again get their re-hung rackets enclosed by plastic, sparing around 4,500 plastic packs..

Point distribution

Senior points

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 128QQ3Q2Q1
Men’s Singles20001200720360180904510251680
Men’s Doubles00
Women’s Singles130078043024013070104030202
Women’s Doubles10

Wheelchair points

EventWF3rd4th
Singles800500375100
Doubles800500100

Junior points

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32QQ3
Boys’ Singles1000600370200100453020
Girls’ Singles
Boys’ Doubles75045027515075N/AN/AN/A
Girls’ DoublesN/AN/AN/A

Prize Money

The total prize cash on offer at tennis’ most esteemed titles, Wimbledon, has increased for the eighth year straight. Champs of the competition will get the biggest portion of the £38m pot, up from £34m a year ago (+11,8%).

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 128Q3Q2Q1
Singles£2,350,000£1,175,000£588,000£294,000£176,000£111,000£72,000£45,000£22,500£13,250£7,000
Doubles*£540,000£270,000£135,000£67,000£32,000£19,000£12,000
Mixed Doubles*£116,000£58,000£29,000£14,500£7,000£3,500£1,750
Wheelchair Singles£46,000£23,000£15,000£10,000
Wheelchair Doubles*£18,000£9,000£5,000
Invitation Doubles£27,000£23,000£20,000

Wimbledon Tennis 2018 Prize Money

Point distribution

Senior points

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 128QQ3Q2Q1
Men’s Singles20001200720360180904510251680
Men’s Doubles00
Women’s Singles130078043024013070104030202
Women’s Doubles10

Wheelchair points

EventWF3rd4th
Singles800500375100
Doubles800500100

Junior points

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32QQ3
Boys’ Singles1000600370200100453020
Girls’ Singles
Boys’ Doubles75045027515075N/AN/AN/A
Girls’ DoublesN/AN/AN/A

Prize Money

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 128Q3Q2Q1
Singles£2,250,000£1,125,000£562,000£281,000£163,000£100,000£63,000£39,000£19,500£9,750£4,875
Doubles*£450,000£225,000£112,000£56,000£29,000£17,750£11,500
Mixed Doubles*£110,000£55,000£27,500£13,750£6,500£3,250£1,625
Wheelchair Singles£40,000£20,000£13,000£8,500
Wheelchair Doubles*£14,000£7,000£4,500
Invitation Doubles£26,000£22,000£19,000

2017 Wimbledon Tennis Prize Money

Point and Prize Money Distribution

Point Distribution

Senior points

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 128QQ3Q2Q1
Men’s Singles20001200720360180904510251680
Men’s Doubles00
Women’s Singles130078043024013070104030202
Women’s Doubles10

Wheelchair points

EventWF3rd4th
Singles800500375100
Doubles800500100

Junior points

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32QQ2Q1
Boys’ Singles375270180120753025200
Girls’ Singles
Boys’ Doubles2701801207545
Girls’ Doubles

Prize money

The Wimbledon total prize money for 2017 has been increased to £31.6m. The winners of the men’s and women’s singles titles will earn £2.2m.

EventWFSFQFRound of 16Round of 32Round of 64Round of 128Q3Q2Q1
Singles£2,200,000£1,100,000£550,000£275,000£147,000£90,000£57,000£35,000£17,500£8,750£4,375
Doubles*£400,000£200,000£100,000£50,000£26,500£16,500£10,750
Mixed Doubles*£100,000£50,000£25,000£12,000£6,000£3,000£1,500
Wheelchair Singles£30,000£15,500£10,500£8,000
Wheelchair Doubles*£15,000£7,750£5,250£4,000
Invitation Doubles£22,000£19,000£16,000£15,000£14,000