Wimbledon Prize Money

In 2021, the prize money for the Wimbledon Championships totalled £35,016,000 which was a decrease of around 5% from the levels paid out for the previous tournament in 2019.

The winners of the Wimbledon Singles Titles in 2021 (Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty) collected a prize money cheque of £1.7 million each. This was over 25% less than the Wimbledon Champions received in 2019.

Below you will find tables detailing the prize money paid to winners of the singles and doubles events at the Wimbledon Championships from 1969 to 2021, as well as a breakdown per round of the prize money awarded at the last two Wimbledons (2021 and 2019).

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Wimbledon Prize Money
Wimbledon Prize Money

Wimbledon Prize Money for Winners

YearMen’s SinglesMen’s DoublesWomen’s SinglesWomen’s doublesMixed DoublesTotal Prize Fund
2021£1,700,000£480,000£1,700,000£480,000£100,000£35,016,000
2019£2,350,000£540,000£2,350,000£540,000£116,000£38,000,000
2018£2,250,000£450,000£2,250,000£450,000£110,000£34,000,000
2017£2,200,000£400,000£2,200,000£400,000£100,000£31,600,000
2016£2,000,000£350,000£2,000,000£350,000£100,000£28,100,000
2015£1,880,000£340,000£1,880,000£340,000£100,000£26,750,000
2014£1,760,000£325,000£1,760,000£325,000£96,000£25,000,000
2013£1,600,000£300,000£1,600,000£300,000£92,000£22,560,000
2012£1,150,000£260,000£1,150,000£260,000£92,000£16,060,000
2011£1,100,000£250,000£1,100,000£250,000£92,000£14,600,000
2010£1,000,000£240,000£1,000,000£240,000£92,000£13,725,000
2009£850,000£230,000£850,000£230,000£92,000£125,550,000
2008£750,000£230,000£750,000£230,000£92,000£11,812,000
2007£700,000£222,900£700,000£222,900£90,000£11,282,710
2006£655,000£220,690£625,000£205,280£90,000£10,378,710
2005£630,000£218,500£600,000£203,250£90,000£10,085,510
2004£602,500£215,000£560,500£200,000£90,000£9,707,280
2003£575,000£210,000£535,000£194,250£88,500£9,373,990
2002£525,000£210,000£486,000£194,250£88,500£8,825,320
2001£500,000£205,000£462,500£189,620£87,000£8,525,280
2000£477,500£195,630£430,000£176,070£83,100£8,056,480
1999£455,000£186,420£409,500£167,770£79,180£7,595,330
1998£435,000£178,220£391,500£154,160£75,700£7,207,590
1997£415,000£170,030£373,500£147,010£72,200£6,884,952
1996£392,500£160,810£353,000£139,040£68,280£6,465,910
1995£365,000£149,540£328,000£129,300£63,500£6,025,550
1994£345,000£141,350£310,000£122,200£60,000£5,682,170
1993£305,000£124,960£275,000£108,100£53,020£5,048,450
1992£265,000£108,570£240,000£93,920£46,070£4,416,820
1991£240,000£98,330£216,000£85,060£41,720£4,010,970
1990£230,000£94,230£207,000£81,510£40,000£3,819,730
1989£190,000£65,870£171,000£56,970£34,200£3,133,749
1988£165,000£57,200£148,500£49,500£29,700£2,612,126
1987£155,000£53,730£139,500£46,500£27,900£2,470,020
1986£140,000£48,500£126,000£42,060£25,200£2,119,780
1985£130,000£47,500£117,000£41,100£23,400£1,934,760
1984£100,000£40,000£90,000£34,700£18,000£1,461,896
1983£66,600£26,628£60,000£23,100£12,000£978,211
1982£41,667£16,666£37,500£14,450£6,750£593,366
1981£21,600£9,070£19,400£7,854£4,770£322,136
1980£20,000£8,400£18,000£7,276£4,420£293,464
1979£20,000£8,000£18,000£6,930£4,200£277,066
1978£19,000£7,500£17,100£6,500£4,000£279,023
1977£15,000£6,000£13,500£5,200£3,000£222,540
1976£12,500£3,000£10,000£2,400£2,000£157,740
1975£10,000£2,000£7,000£1,200£1,000£114,875
1974£10,000£2,000£7,000£1,200£1,000£97,100
1973£5,000£1,000£3,000£600£500£52,400
1972£5,000£1,000£3,000£600£500£50,330
1971£3,750£750£1,800£450£375£37,790
1970£3,000£1,000£1,500£600£500£41,650
1969£3,000£1,000£1,500£600£500£33,370
1968£2,000£800£750£500£450£26,150

Wimbledon Men’s and Women’s Singles Prize Money (By Round)

Round2021 Prize Money2019 Prize Money% Change
Champion£1,700,000£2,350,000(27.66%)
Runner Up£900,000£1,175,000(23.40%)
Semifinals£465,000£588,000(20.92%)
Quarterfinals£300,000£294,0002.04%
4th Round£181,000£176,0002.84%
3rd Round£115,000£111,0003.60%
2nd Round£75,000£72,0004.17%
1st Round£48,000£45,0006.67%

Prize Money for the finalists and the semifinalists at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships fell by over 20% when compared with the 2019 tournament.

The prize money for players who lost before the semifinals increased from 2 to 7% in order to help players who may have been struggling due to the lack of tournaments in 2020.

Wimbledon Men’s and Women’s Singles Qualifying Prize Money

Round2021 Prize Money2019 Prize Money% Change
Qualifying R3£25,500£22,50013.33%
Qualifying R2£15,500£13,25016.98%
Qualifying R1£8,500£7,00021.43%

Prize money awarded to players losing in one of the men’s and women’s singles qualifying rounds in 2021 at Wimbledon saw a big increase from the 2019 levels.

Wimbledon Men’s and Women’s Doubles Prize Money

Round2021 Prize Money2019 Prize Money% Change
Champions£480,000£540,000(11.11%)
Runner Ups£240,000£270,000(11.11%)
Semifinals£120,000£135,000(11.11%)
Quarterfinals£60,000£67,000(10.45%)
3rd Round£30,000£32,000(6.25%)
2nd Round£19,000£19,0000.00%
1st Round£12,000£12,0000.00%

The Prize Money for the Men’s and Women’s Doubles at Wimbledon in 2021 saw a decrease from the 2019 levels as prize money decreased by an average of approximately 7%.

Wimbledon Mixed Doubles Prize Money

Round2021 Prize Money2019 Prize Money% Change
Champions£100,000£116,000-13.79%
Runner Ups£50,000£58,000-13.79%
Semifinals£25,000£29,000-13.79%
Quarterfinals£12,000£14,500-17.24%
3rd Round£6,000£7,000-14.29%
2nd Round£3,000£3,500-14.29%
1st Round£1,500£1,750-14.29%

Prize Money for the Wimbledon Mixed doubles event in 2021 fell an average of 14% from levels seen at the 2019 tournament.

How Much Prize Money has Roger Federer won at Wimbledon?

YearPrize MoneyPerformance
2021$363,570Quarterfinals
2019$1,491,075Final
2018$370,976Quarterfinals
2017$2,863,960Champion
2016$682,600Semifinals
2015$1,479,278Final
2014$1,496,704Final
2013$58,573Round of 64
2012$1,791,700Champion
2011$222,571Quarterfinals
2010$185,238Quarterfinals
2009$1,402,585Champion
2008$741,188Final
2007$1,399,175Champion
2006$1,190,725Champion
2005$1,152,900Champion
2004$1,107,817Champion
2003$956,802Champion
2002$11,800Round of 128
2001$102,047*Quarterfinals
2000$30,347*Round of 128
1999$21,398*Round of 128
Total$19,123,029

Roger Federer has competed in a total of 22 Wimbledon Championships where he has won a total of $19,123,029 in prize money.

*Includes prize money won in men’s doubles event.

Wimbledon Prize Money FAQ

What is the prize money for winning Wimbledon?

The Winners of the singles events at the 2021 Wimbledon won prize money of £1,700,000.

The Winners of the doubles events at the 2021 Wimbledon won prize Money of £480,000 while the winners of the mixed doubles event won £100,000.

What is the prize money for the 2022 Wimbledon Championships?

Details about the prize money for Wimbledon in 2022 have not yet been released by tournament organisers. Check back closer to the start of the tournament for further details.

Does Wimbledon pay equal Prize Money to Men and Women?

Yes, Wimbledon has paid equal prize money for the men’s and women’s events since 2007.