Wimbledon Publicizes 2023 Prize Cash | ATP Tour

[ad_1]

The All England Membership introduced Wednesday that the whole prize cash fund for The Championships 2023 shall be a report £44,700,000.

The prize cash on provide for tennis occasions this yr (not together with per diems) is an 11.2% improve on 2022 and a 17.1% improve on the pre-pandemic Championships in 2019.

The prize cash distribution continues to put significance on supporting gamers within the early rounds of the occasion. The qualifying competitors prize cash fund has obtained a 14.5% improve on final yr, whereas principal draw singles gamers shedding within the first spherical will obtain £55,000, a ten% improve on 2022.

The Official App Of Tennis | Download ATP WTA Live App

The prize pool for the Gents’s and Girls’ Doubles is a ten.7% improve on final yr, whereas the Wheelchair and Quad Wheelchair Singles and Doubles occasions all rose by simply shy of 20%.

The Girls’ and Gents’s Singles champions and runners-up will obtain £2,350,000 and £1,175,000 respectively, with prize cash for these two rounds rising to the degrees they had been in 2019.

Ian Hewitt, Chairman of the All England Membership, commented: “We’re delighted to supply report prize cash to the gamers competing at The Championships this yr, with double digit will increase throughout nearly all of occasions. Our ambition with this distribution is to return the singles champions and runners-up prize cash to the degrees in 2019 previous to the pandemic while, alongside, offering deserved assist for gamers within the early rounds of the occasion.”

Wimbledon 2023 Prize Cash in GBP:

Outcome  Singles Doubles* Blended*

Winner

2,350,000 600,000 128,000
Finalist 1,175,000 300,000 64,000
SFs 600,000 150,000 32,000
QFs 340,000 75,000 16,500
R4 207,000 N/A N/A
R3 131,000 36,250 N/A
R2 85,000 22,000 7,750
R1 55,000 13,750 4,000

*Doubles and blended doubles prize cash is per pair

Extra tales like this in:

[ad_2]

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *