What do the winners of Wimbledon 2024 win?

What do the winners of Wimbledon 2024 win?
What do the winners of Wimbledon 2024 win?

July 1, 2024 at 10:10 by Thomas

Carlos Alcaraz puts his title back on the line at Wimbledon 2024. Towards a double with Roland-Garros?

Wimbledon 2024 promises to be exceptional with a historic record of prize money. This year, the famous London tournament will offer a prize fund totaling 50 million pounds sterling (approximately 59 million euros), according to officials of the All England Club.

Record prize money for the 2024 edition of Wimbledon

The singles champions of this edition will each walk away with £2.7 million (€3.2 million). Even the players eliminated in the first round will not leave empty-handed, as they will receive a consolation prize of £60,000 (€71,000). For comparison with the last Roland-Garros, the winners pocketed €2.4 million and the first-round losers, €73,000.

Premiums increasing everywhere but especially on the base

The total amount of awards increased by £5.3 million (€6.3 million) compared to last year, marking an increase of 11.9%. The winners’ checks were increased by 350,000 pounds (414,000 euros), an increase of 14.9% compared to 2023. Over the last decade, the amount of prizes distributed at Wimbledon has doubled, from 25 million of pounds (29.6 million euros) in 2014 to 50 million this year. In particular, wheelchair and quad wheelchair competitions saw their prize money reach 1 million pounds for the first time.

Interest in attending Wimbledon has never been stronger, with unprecedented demand for tickets through our public lottery and corporate hospitality. The tournament begins this Monday July 1st and will end on Sunday July 14th.

Wimbledon 2024 tournament bonuses details

Simple:
1er tour = 60 000 £ (71 000 €)
2e tour = 93 000 £ (110 000 €)
3e tour = 143 000 £ (169 000 €)
Round of 16 = £226,000 (€267,000)
Quarter-final = £375,000 (€444,000)
Semi-final = £715,000 (€850,000)
Final = £1,400,000 (€1.7 million)
Victory = £2,700,000 (€3.2m)

Double:
1er tour = 15 750 £ (18 600 €)
2e tour = 25 000 £ (30 000 €)
Round of 16 = £42,000 (€50,000)
Quarter-final = £84,000 (€99,000)
Semi-final = £167,000 (€198,000)
Finale = 330 000 £ (390 000 €)
Victoire = 650 000 £ (770 000 €)

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