Wimbledon 2023
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Updated: 09 July 2023

Everything You Need To Know About Wimbledon 2023. Wimbledon is the top event on the British sports calendar. It captivates audiences and establishes itself as the pinnacle of summer, generating nationwide excitement. Even TV viewers can sense the arrival of summer and feel its electric atmosphere throughout the country.

The 2022 edition was impressive, with exciting moments and intense competition. Nick Kyrgios valiantly challenged Novak Djokovic in the men’s championship, pushing the match to its limits. Elena Rybakina emerged victorious after a fiercely contested tournament on the women’s side.

Wimbledon 2023 will begin on Monday, July 3rd, embracing its beloved two-week format. The men’s singles final is scheduled for Sunday, July 16th, and marks a highly anticipated chapter.

Schedule Of Wimbledon 2023

Wimbledon 2023 will run for 14 days, including play on Middle Sunday. Singles matches will be played over two days in the fourth round and the format of Gentlemen’s Doubles is best-of-three sets. The Mixed Doubles event has 32 draws with the final scheduled for Thursday after the Ladies’ singles semi-finals on Centre Court.

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Prizepool Of Wimbledon 2023

Compared to the previous edition, the Wimbledon tournament organizers have significantly boosted the prize money by 11.2 percent this year. The total prize pool now reaches an impressive £44.739 million (approximately INR 465 crores, 37 lakhs, 39 thousand). Wimbledon, widely regarded as the most esteemed among the four tennis Grand Slam tournaments, presents its champions (both men and women) with a remarkable prize of £2.35 million(24,68,51,731.03 INR), while the runners-up will be awarded £1.15 million (12,07,99,783.27 INR) each. This substantial increase represents a significant leap from the prize money offered in 2021, showcasing the tournament’s dedication to recognizing and rewarding the remarkable achievements of its participants.

The organizers of the tournament emphasize the importance of supporting players during the initial stages of the event through the distribution of prize money. It is noteworthy that the prize money fund for the qualifying competition has undergone a significant increase of 14.5% compared to the previous year. Furthermore, main draw singles players who get eliminated in the first round will receive £55,000 (57,77,380.94 INR), marking a 10% increase from the amount awarded in 2022. This exemplifies the tournament’s commitment to recognize and reward players at all levels for their participation.

Singles Prize Money Division

StagesPrize Money In PoundsPrize Money In Rupees
Singles Winner£2.35 million24,68,51,731.03 INR
Singles Runner-up£1.15 million12,07,99,783.27 INR
Singles Semi-Finals£600,0006,30,25,973.88 INR
Singles Quarter-Finals£340,0003,57,14,718.53 INR
Singles Round 4£207,0002,17,43,960.99 INR
Singles Round 3£131,0001,37,60,670.96 INR
Singles Round 2£85,00089,28,679.63 INR
Singles Round 1£55,00057,77,380.94 INR

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Doubles Prize Money Division

StagesPrize Money In PoundsPrize Money In Rupees
Doubles Winner£600,0006,30,06,945.12 INR
Doubles Runner-up£300,0003,15,03,472.56 INR
Doubles Semi-Finals£150,0001,57,51,736.28 INR
Doubles Quarter-Finals£75,00078,75,868.14 INR
Doubles Round 4NANA
Doubles Round 3£36,25038,06,669.60 INR
Doubles Round 2£22,00023,10,254.65 INR
Doubles Round 1£13,75014,43,909.16 INR

Broadcast Details

Here are the Wimbledon 2023 Broadcast Details –

CountryBroadcast Details
IndiaYet To Be Confirmed
UKBBC, Eurosport & Discovery +
USAESPN & Tennis Channel
AfricaCanal Plus International (Afrique)
AustraliaNine Network
CanadaTSN Canada & RDS (French)