Monday, 11 July 2016

Wimbledon Championship 2017 Prize Money - Wimbledon Open 2017

Wimbledon Championship 2017 Prize Money : Wimbledon Prize Money, wimbledon latest news 2017, wimbledon 2017 price money, wimbledon latest news price money 2017, aundy murray latest news bonaza, wimbledon price money 2017. It is one the professional championship since 1968 with recorded prize money history for the champions with  in 1986 , in very start the total prize money pool for Wimbledon championship was £26,150 only where the winners of singles men’s and women event took home £2,000 each while runners up got £800 for both women's and men's singles event. It was officially announced that the grand slam of Wimbledon Championship will get 10% increment in total prize money and with that increment Wimbledon is going to be the highest paying tennis championship in the whole world over taking the two another important championships of the year, French Open and US Open as these two also announced the increments in the prize money. The winners of women's singles championship and men singles championship event will take £1.88 million each.

Wimbledon Championship 2017 Prize Money - Wimbledon Open 2017

A total of £26.75 Million makes Wimbledon championship the most paying tennis event, where championships eliminated in singles first round can have £29,000 each. The 2014 official prize money of the championship is £1,760,000 for both men's and women’s ‘Singles winners, £325,000 each pair for the men’s and women’s’ Doubles winners and £96,000 per pair for the Mixed Doubles winners. In short total prize money awarded is £25,000,000 up 10.8% from the £22,560,000 in 2013.Wimbledon prize money increases by £120,000 for singles. The 2015 Wimbledon singles champions will win £1.88m, an increase of £120,000 on last year. The overall championship fund of Wimbledon at the All England Club is at the peak of  £26.75m from £25m.

Championship is going to be in action on six courts across the championships, which run from 27 June to 10 July.

Wimbledon 2017 prize money:

Total: £28.1m (+5%)
Singles: £2m (+7%)
Doubles: £350,000 (+5%)
Mixed doubles: £100,000 (+5%)
Wheelchair doubles: £25,000 (+28%)

Wimbledon's total prize money is approx. 85% higher than in 2011, with maintaining the competition's status too. "We recognise the players are an essential ingredient of our championships," said All England Lawn Tennis Club chairman Philip Brook. "The level of prize money is affordable to this championship, so we feel it's important that we should reflect that in what we pay the players. Get all about the championship and enjoy the championship. 

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