On Wednesday, the All England Club declared the 2023 Wimbledon Championships' total prize money, which will be £44.7 million. This year's prize money is up 11.2% from last year and a 17.1% increase from the 2019 Championship, which was played before the pandemic.
The winner of men's and women's singles will get £2.35 million, whereas the player who comes in 2nd place will take £1.175 million. In 2019, this was the same prize money received by the players. In 2020 and 2021, the prize money was reduced due to the pandemic.
All four rounds of prize money will also be raised; the Wimbledon Championship will commence on July 3 and run until July 16.
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This year's championships will see a remarkable increase in prize money offerings for players, with most events experiencing double-digit boosts. We couldn't be happier to extend such a generous opportunity to all competitors.
Ian Hewitt, Chairman of the All England Club, has announced that their aim is to restore the prize money for the singles champions and runners-up to pre-pandemic levels in 2019. Furthermore, while doing so, they also wish to provide necessary assistance to players during the early stages of the competition. This was stated in an official release by the organization.