Wimbeldon 2018 Prize Money: Purse & Earnings

The Championships at Wimbeldon is always one of the most remarkable events in the sporting world year after year. Here is a breakdown of how much money the winners will take home.

Wimbeldon 2018

The Championships at Wimbeldon features the top tier tennis players across the globe in a stunning event for sports. Roger Federer is once again the favorite in the men’s bracket, as he defends his title that he won in 2017. Garbine Muguruza is the favorite in what this year should unfold as a very tough, competitive women’s bracket. The total purse is €34 million (about $39.6 million). Below is the list of what the winners will earn in each men and women’s brackets:


Winners: €2.25 million ($2.97 million)
Runners-up: €1.125 million ($1.5 million)
Semi-finalists: €562.000 ($744,000)
Quarter-finalists: €281,000 ($371,000)
Round 4: €163,000 ($215,000)
Round 3: €100,000 ($132,000)
Round 2: €63,000 ($83,000)
Round 1: €39,000 ($52,000)


Find out the entire list here:


Wimbeldon 2018 Prize Money

Categories: Tennis