Wimbledon Tennis Prize Money 2016

Wimbledon Tennis Championship 2016 Prize Money

Being one of the top four leading tournaments in the tennis Wimbledon prize money has been raised with 120,000 pounds and making it to a total of 26.75 Million pounds for the entire tournament. The previous years prize money for the event was 25 Million which has raised to 26.75 with an increase in 7%. The following raise in the price money is the same as year increase for every year. The capacity for the SW19 has been extended to 39,000 of what it was to be 38,500 in the year 2014. The Hawk-Eye technology will be action for 6 courts in the tournament from 27th June to 10th July.

The increase in price makes the championship tournament the highest paid tennis championship of all. The following increase in prize money has been supported by All England Club chairman Philip Brook and the chairperson has insisted that the tennis top players not overpaid in the tournament.

The Singles champion takes home 1.88 Million pounds, which is a small peak of increase in the amount compared to that of the first round exits who would cash in a total of 29,000 pounds and the runners will follow up with a 930,000 pound prize money for the singles.

The Chairman “Philip Brook” stated that without the best players of the world in tennis spectators wouldn’t enjoy the best tournament and make it a class. Considering the players as the main ingredients of the play and the prize money to this championship is affordable.

2016 Categorywise Prize Fund

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2015 Categorywise Prize Fund

 Stages  Mens Singles Women Singls  Mens Doubles Women Doubles Mixed Doubles  Legends  Wheelchair 
Winners £1.88m £1.88m £325,000 £325,000 £96,000 £30,000 £25,000
Runnerups  £950,000 £950,000 £163,000 £163,000 £48,000 £18,000 £10,000
Semi-Finalists  £480,000 £480,000 £81,500 £81,500 £24,000 £15,000 £7,500
Quarter-Finalists  £240,000 £240,000 £41,000 £41,000 £11,500 £14,000 £3,700
4th Round £120,000 £120,000 £21,500 £21,500 £5,600 £13,000  
3rd Round  £75,000 £75,000 £13,000 £13,000 £2,800    
2nd Round  £47,000 £47,000 £8,500 £8,500 £1,400    
1st Round  £29,000 £29,000          
Total £9,6m £9,6m £1,46m £1,46m £350,000 £369,000 £50,000

Wimbledon Tennis Prize Money History

Year Gentlemen's Singles (£) Ladies' Singles (£) Total for Meeting (£)
1968 2,000 750 26,150
1969 3,000 1,500 33,370
1970 3,000 1,500 41,650
1971 3,750 1,800 37,790
1972 5,000 3,000 50,330
1973 5,000 3,000 52,400
1974 10,000 7,000 97,100
1975 10,000 7,000 114,875
1976 12,500 10,000 157,740
1977 15,000 13,500 222,540
1978 19,000 17,100 279,023
1979 20,000 18,000 277,066
1980 20,000 18,000 293,464
1981 21,600 19,400 322,136
1982 41,667 37,500 593,366
1983 66,600 60,000 978,211
1984 100,000 90,000 1,461,896
1985 130,000 117,000 1,934,760
1986 140,000 126,000 2,119,780
1987 155,000 139,500 2,470,020
1988 165,000 148,500 2,612,126
1989 190,000 171,000 3,133,749
1990 230,000 207,000 3,819,730
1991 240,000 216,000 4,010,970
1992 265,000 240,000 4,416,820
1993 305,000 275,000 5,048,450
1994 345,000 310,000 5,682,170
1995 365,000 328,000 6,025,550
1996 392,500 353,000 6,465,910
1997 415,000 373,500 6,884,952
1998 435,000 391,500 7,207,590
1999 455,000 409,500 7,595,330
2000 477,500 430,000 8,056,480
2001 500,000 462,500 8,525,280
2002 525,000 486,000 8,825,320
2003 575,000 535,000 9,373,990
2004 602,500 560,500 9,707,280
2005 630,000 600,000 10,085,510
2006 655,000 625,000 10,378,710
2007 700,000 700,000 11,282,710
2008 750,000 750,000 11,812,000
2009 850,000 850,000 12,550,000
2010 1,000,000 1,000,000 13,725,000
2011 1,100,000 1,100,000 14,600,000
2012 1,150,000 1,150,000 16,060,000
2013 1,600,000 1,600,000 22,560,000
2014 1,760,000 1,760,000 25,000,000

2014

Prize Fund - £25 Million ($42.2m)

Category Winners Runner-ups Semi-Finals Quarter-finals 4th Round 3rd Round 2nd Round 1st Round Total
Men’s Singles £1.76m £880,000 £440,000 £226,000 £117,000 £71,000 £43,000 £27,000 £9.6M
Women Singles £1.76m £880,000 £440,000 £226,000 £117,000 £71,000 £43,000 £27,000 £9.6m
Men’s Double £325,000 £163,000 £81,500 £41,000 £21,500 £13,000 £8,500 N/A £1.46m
Women Double £325,000 £163,000 £81,500 £41,000 £21,500 £13,000 £8,500 N/A £1.46m
Mixed Double £96,000 £48,000 £24,000 £11,500 £5,600 £2,800 N/A N/A £350,000
Legends £21,000 £18,000 £15,000 £14,000 £13,000 N/A N/A N/A £123,000
                  £25million

2014 Category-wise

Category Player Prize Money (£) Total Prize Money (£) Increase (%)
Gentlemen and Ladies Singles
Winner 1,760,000 1,760,000 10.0 %
Runner-up 880,000 880,000 10.0 %
Semi-Finalists 440,000 880,000 10.0 %
Quarter-Finalists 226,000 904,000 10.2 %
Fourth Round Losers 117,000 936,000 11.4 %
Third Round Losers 71,000 1,136,000 12.7 %
Second Round Losers 43,000 1,376,000 13.2 %
First Round Losers 27,000 1,728,000 14.9 %
Total Per Event   9,600,000 11.8 %
Total Main Draw Singles (Two Events)   19,200,000 11.8 %
Gentlemen And Ladies Doubles
Winners (per pair) 325,000 325,000 8.3 %
Runners-up 163,000 163,000 8.7 %
Semi-Finalists 81,500 163,000 8.7 %
Quarter-Finalists 41,000 164,000 9.3 %
Third Round Losers 21,500 172,000 7.5 %
Second Round Losers 13,000 208,000 8.3 %
First Round Losers 8,500 272,000 9.7 %
Total Per Event   1,467,000 8.7 %
Total Gentlemen's And Ladies' Doubles (Two Events)   2,934,000 8.7 %
Mixed Doubles
Winners (per pair) 96,000 96,000 4.3 %
Runners-up 48,000 48,000 4.3 %
Semi-Finalists 24,000 48,000 4.3 %
Quarter-Finalists 11,500 46,000 9.5 %
Third Round Losers 5,600 44,800 7.7 %
Second Round Losers 2,800 44,800 7.7 %
First Round Losers 1,400 22,400 7.7
Total Mixed Doubles   350,000 6.1 %
Qualifying - Gentlemen Singles
Third Round Losers 13,500 216,000 12.5 %
Second Round Losers 6,750 216,000 12.5 %
First Round Losers 3,375 216,000 12.5 %
Total Qualifying - Gentlemen's Singles   648,000 12.5 %
Qualifying - Ladies Singles
Third Round Losers 13,500 162,000 12.5 %
Second Round Losers 6,750 162,000 12.5 %
First Round Losers 3,375 162,000 12.5 %
Total Qualifying - Ladies' Singles   486,000 12.5 %
Invitation Doubles
Winners (per pair) 21,000 21,000 5.0 %
Runners-up 18,000 18,000 5.9 %
Second place in each group 15,000 30,000 7.1 %
Third place in each group 14,000 28,000 7.7 %
Fourth place in each group 13,000 26,000 8.3 %
Total Per Event   123,000 7.0 %
Total Invitation Doubles (Three Events)   369,000 7.0 %
Wheelchair Doubles
Winners (per pair) 12,000 12,000 41.2 %
Runners-up 6,000 6,000 20.0 %
Third place 4,000 4,000 23.1 %
Fourth place 3,000 3,000 33.3 %
Total Per Event   25,000 31.6 %
Total Wheelchair Doubles (Two Events)   50,000 31.6 %
Player Per Diems - Estimate   963,000 -
Total Prize Money   25,000,000 10.8 %

2013

Total Prize Money: £22,560,000

Singles

Event Prize Fund
Winner Prize Money £1,600,000
Finalist Prize Money £800,000
SF Prize Money £400,000
QF Prize Money £205,000
Round of 16 Prize Money £105,000
Round of 32 Prize Money £63,000
Round of 64 Prize Money £32,000
Round of 128 Prize Money £23,500
Q3 Prize Money £12,000
Q2 Prize Money £6,000
Q1 Prize Money £3,000

Doubles

Event Prize Fund
Winner Prize Money £300,000
Finalist Prize Money £150,000
SF Prize Money £75,000
QF Prize Money £37,500
Round of 16 Prize Money £20,000
Round of 32 Prize Money £12,000
Round of 64 Prize Money £7,750
Round of 128 Prize Money N/A
Q3 Prize Money N/A
Q2 Prize Money N/A
Q1 Prize Money N/A

Mixed Doubles

Event Prize Fund
Winner Prize Money £92,000
Finalist Prize Money £46,000
SF Prize Money £23,500
QF Prize Money £10,500
Round of 16 Prize Money £5,200
Round of 32 Prize Money £2,600
Round of 64 Prize Money £1,300
Round of 128 Prize Money N/A
Q3 Prize Money N/A
Q2 Prize Money N/A
Q1 Prize Money N/A

Wheelchair Doubles

Event Prize Fund
Winner Prize Money £8,500
Finalist Prize Money £5,000
SF Prize Money £3,250
QF Prize Money £2,250
Round of 16 Prize Money N/A
Round of 32 Prize Money N/A
Round of 64 Prize Money N/A
Round of 128 Prize Money N/A
Q3 Prize Money N/A
Q2 Prize Money N/A
Q1 Prize Money N/A

Top 6 Tennis Players

Novak Djokovic

Rank : 1

Roger Federer

Rank : 2

Andy Murray

Rank : 3

Tomas Berdych

Rank : 5

Kei Nishikori

Rank : 6

Serena  Williams

Rank : 1

Simona Halep

Rank : 2

Maria Sharapova

Rank : 3

Petra Kvitova

Rank : 4

Lucie Safarova

Rank : 5

Flavia Pennetta

Rank : 6