Wimbledon 2017 Prize Money Breakdown

The Wimbledon 2017 Prize Money breakdown is available here. The third Grand Slam event of the year – the Wimbledon Championships – takes place from July 3 to 16, 2017 at the All England Club. The highly anticipated tennis event will be contested on outdoor grasscourtsand will feature competitions in singles, doubles and mixed doubles for both professional, juniors and wheelchair tennis players. World number one and defending champion Andy Murray heads a stellar men’s field followed by former champions Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. In the women’s side, world number one and last year’s finalist Angelique Kerber is the top seed followed by Simona Halep, Karolina Pliskova and Elina Svitolina. Defending champion Serena Williams won’t be competing due to her pregnancy. The 2016 prize money total was £ 28.1 million and has increased by 12.5% to £ 31.6 million this season.

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Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Singles Wimbledon Prize Money Breakdown 2017:

Winner: £ 2,200,000
Runner-Up: £ 1,100,000
Semifinalist: £ 550,000
Quarterfinalist: £ 275,000
4th Round: £ 147,000
3rd Round: £ 90,000
2nd Round: £ 57,000
1st Round: £ 35,000

Qualifying
3rd Round: £ 17,500
2nd Round: £ 8,750
1st Round: £ 4,375

Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Doubles Wimbledon Prize Money Breakdown 2017:

Winner: £ 400,000
Runner-Up: £ 200,000
Semifinalist: £ 100,000
Quarterfinalist: £ 50,000
3rd Round: £ 26,500
2nd Round: £ 16,500
1st Round: £10,750

Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Mixed Doubles Wimbledon Prize Money Breakdown 2017:

Winner: £ 100,000
Runner-Up: £ 50,000
Semifinalist: £ 25,000
Quarterfinalist: £ 12,000
3rd Round: £ 6,000
2nd Round: £ 3,000
1st Round: £ 1,500

Invitation Doubles 2017 (per pair):

Winner: £ 23,000
Runner-Up: £ 20,000
Second Place: £ 17,000
Third Place: £ 17,000
Fourth Place: £ 17,000

Wheelchair Singles 2017:

Winner: £ 32,000
Runner-Up: £ 16,000
Semifinalist: £ 11,000
Quarterfinalist: £ 7,500

Wheelchair Doubles 2017 (per pair) – Two events:

Winner: £ 12,000
Runner-Up: £ 6,000
Semifinalist: £ 3,500

For the PDF format of Wimbledon 2017 Prize Money Breakdown, click HERE.
http://www.wimbledon.com/pdf/prize_money_2017.pdf

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