2021 Wimbledon ATP/WTA Prize Money with £35,016,000 on offer

The attention has firmly turned to the grass courts with Wimbledon set to take place between Monday 28 June and Sunday 11 July.

Following the cancellation of the tournament in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep will emerge as defending champions from their 2019 reins.

In terms of points, it will be as usual 2,000 points for the winner on their rankings with 1,300 in the women's for the runner-up and 1,200 in the men's.

It fluctuates from there with 780, 430, 240 and 130 points for the semi-finals, quarter-finals, Last 16 and Last 32 in the Women's.

While in the men's draw, it will be 720, 360, 180 and 90 for the same period of the draw.

In terms of prize money which was updated on 16 June - the winner will receive £1,700,000 in the men's and ladies singles.

While finalists will claim £900,000 and semi-finalists £465,000. From there, quarter-finalists are set for £300,000 while for reaching the Last 16, it is £181,000.

This goes all the way down to Round One with £48,000 on offer. The prize money has been reduced 5.2% since 2019 with the winner's cheque down from £2.35m in 2019.

Prize Money Breakdown - 2021 Wimbledon

(Updated with 2021 figures)

R1: £48,000

R2: £75,000

R3: £115,000

R4: £181,000

QF: £300,000

SF: £465,000

F: £900,000

Winner: £1,700,000

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