Grand Slam: Wimbledon 2023 Prize Money, Players List, Schedule, Tickets


Wimbledon Championships also known as Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament and 3rd yearly Grand Slam of Tennis. This major tennis event will be held over 2 weeks at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Wimbledon begins in early July or later June each year. The 2023 Wimbledon Championship started on 3 July and ended on 16th July.

The event will be held on an outdoor Grass court surface. It consists of 128 singles draw, 64 doubles draw and 48 mixed doubles draw. This will be the 135th edition of the Wimbledon Open this year.

Wimbledon Championships Grand Slam Tournament

It will be an annual Grass court tennis tournament held in London, United Kingdom. The tournament is based in All England Lawn Tennis Club with the matches held at its many different courts.

It is part of both the WTA and ATP Tours and the 3rd of the 4 Grand Slams which are the biggest and highest level of tennis competition in the whole world. This year Wimbledon will mark the 136th edition and the 55th edition of the Open Era. Apart from the singles and doubles disciplines, mixed doubles event is also conducted at the same time. The title sponsor for the event is the Slazenger – Official Ball, IBM – Official Information Technology, Ralph Lauren – Official Outfitter, OPPO, and Barclays – Official Banking Partner.

LocationLondon, United Kingdom
VenueAll England Lawn Tennis Club
Tour categoryGrand Slam
Prize Money€49,000,000
Draw128 S, 64 D

Wimbledon Championship 2023 Results

Spanish star Carlos Alcaraz defeated 7 time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic. Alcaraz also finished Djokovic’s 34 wimbledon matches winning streak. In final, Carlos defeated Novak in 5 sets 1-6, 7-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4. Carlos Alcaraz won his first Wimbledon singles title and left Novak Djokovic, the overwhelming favorite, with his first finals loss at the All England Club in a decade.

In the Men’s doubles championship, Bristish Neal Skupski and Dutch partner Wesley Koolhof defeated Horacio Zeballos and Marcel Granollers with 6-4, 6-4 in the men’s doubles. Britain’s Neal Skupski breaks 97-year record by winning Wimbledon doubles title.

In the Mixed doubles, Ukraine’s Lyudmyla Kichenok and Croatian Mate Pavic win Wimbledon 2023. Lyudmyla claimed her first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, pairing with six-time major champion Mate Pavic to defeat Xu Yifan and Joran Vliegen for the mixed doubles crown.


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Wimbledon Championships History and Winners

The first Wimbledon was held in 1877 at St. George’s Church, Portman Square, London. At the time, tennis was a fairly new sport. In 1877, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club were established in Wimbledon. The first Wimbledon was a grass-court tennis tournament, with the men competing in over 50 singles and 25 doubles matches.

The women’s competition had 32 singles and 16 doubles matches. The Championships, Wimbledon commonly known simply as Wimbledon or The Championships, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is widely regarded as the most prestigious. It is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments. The other three are the Australian Open, the French Open (Roland Garros), and the US Open. Each year, these four tournaments took place in the same week. And this is the only grand slam that played on the grass court.


YearSingles ChampionsDoubles championsMixed Champions
2023Carlos AlcarazNeal Skupski / Weslaey KoolhofMate Pavic / Lyudmila Kichenok
2022Novak DjokovicMatthew Ebden / Max PurcellDesirae Krawczyk / Neal Skupski
2021Noval Djokovic Nikola Mektic / Mate PavicDesirae krawczyk / Neal Skupski
2019Noval Djokovic Juan Sebastian Cabal / Robert Farah Ivan Dodig / Latisha Chan
2018Noval Djokovic Mike Bryan / Jack SockAlexander Peya / Nicole Melichar
2017Roger Federer Lukasz Kubot / Marcelo MeloJamie Murray / Martina Hungis
2016Andy MurrayPierre Hugues Herbert / Nicolas MahutHenri Kontinen / Heather Watson
2015Noval Djokovic Jean Jean Rojer / Horia TecauLeander Paer / Martina Hingis

Wimbledon Open 2023 Prize Money

The total prize money of Wimbledon 2023 is a record 44.7 million pounds ($57.29 million)., with the Ladies and Gentlemen’s Singles Champions each receiving £2,500,000. The doubles champion will have £600,000 and Mixed champions will get £128,000.

In 2022, the singles champion received £2,000,000 and the runner-up of singles had £1,050,000. contrary to this in doubles, the winning pair got £540,000 and the runner-up received £270,000. While in mixed doubles, winners got a cheque of £124,000 and runner-ups put £62,000 in their pockets.

Prize Money distribution for WTA Wimbledon 2023 will be as follows:

StageSingles Prize MoneyDoubles Prize MoneyMixed Prize MoneyATP Points
Round of 16£207,000£36,250£7750240
Round of 32£131,000£22,000£4,000130
Round of 64£85,000£13,750——70S,10D
Round of 128£55,000————10

Wimbledon 2023 Key Dates

  • 28 June: The qualifying round begins
  • 30 June: The Draw
  • 1st July: Pre-event Media Conferences
  • 2 July: Order of Play released
  • 3 July: The Championships commence
  • 16 July: Final

WTA Wimbledon Open 2023 Draws

The tournament will have 128 singles and 64 doubles draws that will be released as the event progresses. The officials have confirmed the 2023 draw will take place on Friday, June 30 (local time) with no time set in stone just yet.

  • Women’s singles: 128 competitors including 12 qualifiers and eight wildcards.
  • Women’s doubles: 64 pairs, including up to seven wildcards.
  • Mixed doubles: 32 pairs, including up to eight wildcards.
  • Wheelchair singles: 8 competitors, including one wildcard.
  • Quad wheelchair singles: 4 competitors, round-robin competition.
  • Quad wheelchair doubles 2 teams.

Wimbledon Open 2023 Dates, Schedule

There were complete 2 action-packed weeks of world-class tennis in London. Take a look at the schedule below to assist with planning your ultimate Wimbledon Open experience.

The Event will be held across 2 weeks from 3 July to 16 July. The qualifying round will be conducted on the 5 days leading up to the main draw, from the 28 June to the 2nd of July.

The schedule for the Wimbledon 2023 is as follows:

DateSingles MatchesDoubles Matches
3 JulyRound 1——
4 JulyRound 1——-
5 JulyRound 1- Round 2Round 1
6 JulyRound 2Round 1
7 JulyRound 2 – Round 3Round 1
8 JulyRound 3Round 2
9 JulyRound 3 – Round 2 – Round 3
10 JulyRound 4Round 3
11 JulyRound 4Quarter Finals
12 JulyQuarter FinalsQuarter Finals
13 JulyQuarter FinalsSemi-Finals
15 July——Finale
16 JulyFinale——

Wimbledon Open 2023 ATP Entry List

This year’s cast of participating players is as star-studded as ever. This will be 1st time since 2006 2 of the Big Three (Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer) will not be attending, but almost the entire top 100 players list is set to play in London.

ATP Singles Top Seeds

SeedPlayersATP Ranking
1Carlos Alcaraz (Champion) 1
2Novak Djokovic2
3Daniil Medvedev3
4 Casper Ruud4
5 Stefanos Tsitsipas5
6Holger Rune6
7 Andrey Rublev  7
8 Jannik Sinner8
9 Taylor Fritz9
10  Frances Tiafoe10
11Félix Auger-Aliassime11
12 Cameron Norrie12
13 Borna Ćorić13
14Lorenzo Musetti14
15 Tommy Paul15
16Hubert Hurkacz 16
17 Alex de Minaur 17
18Francisco Cerúndolo 18
19Alexander Zverev19
20 Jan-Lennard Struff20
21 Roberto Bautista Agut21
22 Grigor Dimitrov22
23Sebastian Korda23
24 Yoshihito Nishioka24
25 Nicolás Jarry25
26Denis Shapovalov26
27 Dan Evans27
28Tallon Griekspoor28
29 Tomás Martín Etcheverry29
30 Nick Kyrgios30
31 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina31
32 Ben Shelton32


ATP Wimbledon Open 2023 Wild Cards

  • Liam Broady
  • Jan Choinski
  • Arthur Fery
  • David Goffin
  • George Loffhagen
  • Ryan Peniston

Players that have received protected/special ranking are as follows:

  • Milos Raonic
  • Gaël Monfils
  • Lloyd Harris 
  • Hugo Dellien
  • Guido Pella 
  • Jérémy Chardy 
  • Jiří Veselý

Wimbledon Open 2023 Doubles Seeds

1Wesley Koolhof / Neal Skupski (champions)
2Rajeev Ram / Joe Salisbury
3Marcelo Arevalo / Jean-Julien Rojer
4Nikola Mektic / Mate Pavic
5Ivan Dodig / Austin Krajicek
6Lloyd Glasspool / Harri Heliovaara
7Thanasi Kokkinakis / Nick Kyrgios (withdraw)
8Marcel Granollers / Horacio Zeballos
9Simone Bolelli / Fabio Fognini
10Rohan Bopanna / Matthew Ebden
11Jamie Murray / Michael Venus
12Juan Sebastian Cabal / Robert Farah
13Rafael Matos / David Vega Hernandez
14Santiago Gonzalez / Edouard Roger-Vasselin
15Andreas Mies / John Peers
16Nicolas Mahut / Tim Puetz

Wimbledon 2023 Tickets

Wimbledon 2023 ticket prices have been confirmed and with various different types of tickets you can get, the prices vary massively. Meanwhile, the most expensive tickets are the Centre Court tickets for the finals. They cost around £230-240. The cheapest tickets are £8 and they go all the way up to £240.

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