UPDATE: Elena Rybakina won the women’s final and claimed the £2 million prize. Ons Jabeur won £1,050,000 as the runner-up.
The Championships at Wimbledon will crown the women’s and men’s winners in the singles and doubles draws on Saturday and Sunday, and with that will come some significant prize money.
£14,496,000 in prize money is handed out to the women’s singles field and the same amount goes to the the men’s singles field. For the doubles fields, £2,332,000 goes to the various winners in the women’s and men’s fields.
This year’s women’s field will see No. 3 seed Ons Jabeur face No. 17 seed Elena Rybakina for the singles title. They will compete for a £2 million first place prize, which converts to $2,405,898 based on the Friday evening conversion rate. Second place will claim £1,050,000. The match gets going Saturday morning at 9 a.m. ET and will air on ESPN. Jabeur is a -150 favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Here is a complete rundown of how much money players make, all the way from the first round to the title winner. All players — men and women — receive the same pay.
Winner: £2 million
Semifinalist: £ 535,000
Round of 16: £190,000
Round of 32: £120,000
Round of 64: £78,000
Round of 128: £50,000
Third round: £33,000
Second round: £20,000
1st round: £12,500