Wimbledon 2023 prize money: How much did the finals winners earn

Total prize money for this year’s Wimbledon men’s and women’s singles was a record £32,154,000.

This represented a 10.9 percent increase over 2022 and the total was split equally between the men’s and women’s tournaments.

Men’s and women’s singles winners – Marketa Vondrousova and Carlos Alcaraz – took home a record £2.35million, a 17.5 per cent increase on Novak Djokovic and Elena Rybakina’s wins in 2022.

Runners-up – Ons Jabeur and Novak Djokovic – earned £1.175m for a place in the final, while the prize money for reaching the first round of the tournament’s main draw was £55,000 – even for the players who left the competition without a single win .

Totals in doubles were far less, however, with total prize money for men’s and women’s doubles across two events totaling £5,164,000 and mixed doubles was £448,000.

Prize money for Wimbledon 2023

Men’s and women’s singles



runner up






fourth round


third round


Second round


First round


total prize money


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