Wimbledon 2023 prize money: How much will the Men’s and Women’s singles winners be paid?… – The Sun

WIMBLEDON 2023 has been another thrilling fortnight with the best tennis stars in the world playing at SW19.
Last year Elena Rybakina stunned Centre Court by beating world number two Ons Jabeur in a dramatic Ladies' Single's final.
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Which meant that the Russian-born athlete secured her first career Grand Slam title.
Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic retained his 2021 title by overcoming Nick Kyrgios in last year's final.
With all that in mind, how much do we expect to see our grass-skidding superstars get paid this summer?
Men's & Women's singles
Both male and female competitors get paid the same amount of money, as has been the case since 2007.
But this year, winners of both the Men's and Women's singles tournament will get a £350k pay increase on last year.
A whopping £2.35million will go to the winner of their respective tournaments.
But the cash doesn't stop there, as you can still make a cool £600,000 to make it to the semi-final.
Quarter-finalists will make £340,000, with third and fourth-rounders getting £131,000 and £207,000 respectively.
And to go out in the very first round, you'll still pocket a tidy £55,000, but you can pick up just under £85,000 if you make it a round further.
On another note, the winners of the Doubles' Championships will share £600,000 this year.
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