Wimbledon 2022 prize money: How much do players earn round-by-round?

Here is the full breakdown of prize money distribution for the singles, doubles and mixed doubles

Sports Staff
Saturday 09 July 2022 10:57 BST
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The return to full capacity at Wimbledon for the first time in three years also sees players earning a record amount of prize money.

A total prize pot of £40m is on offer at the Championships, marking a 15% increase from last year’s tournament, when Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty claimed £1.7m each for winning the singles.

This year, the winners of the men’s and women’s singles will take home a cheque for £2m, while the runners-up will claim £1.05m.

The prize money grows in accordance with how far a player advances in the tournament but there is still a guaranteed £50,000 for every competitor who made it into the main singles draw.

The prize money in the doubles is significantly reduced, with the winning team sharing £540,000, while the mixed doubles champions will win £124,000. See the full prize money breakdown below:



Mixed Doubles














Round 4£190,000



Round 3£120,000



Round 2£78,000



Round 1£50,000












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