Wimbledon prize money 2013


Colorsport / Andrew Cowie 10/50 Serena Williams with the Ladies Plate in 2012.
Colorsport / Cowie 16/50 Serena Williams shows off the dish to photographers in 2009.
As a result, Brook said the system will have a "significant impact" on Murray, who triumphed at the Queen's Club and Wimbledon last summer, as well as reaching the Wimbledon final in 2012.Colorsport 40/50 Martina Hingis holds aloft the Ladies Plate.Colorsport / Andrew Cowie 8/50 Marion Bartoli climbs up into the stand to family and coaches after beating Sabine Lisicki in 2013.50/50 Stefi Graf shows off the ladies Plate to the crowd.Colorsport 47/50 Steffi Graff of Germany glances over to Jana Novotna as she breaks down in tears at the presentation after losing the match.Colorsport 18/50 Rafael Nadal of Spain drops onto the grass to celebrate winning the title.Since than total prize money pool has been increasing ever year and in 1984 it hit the million mark for the first time when a total of 1,46 million awarded in prize money.
She beat Henin Hardenne in the 2006 final.
Kieran Galvin / Colorsport 14/50 Serena Williams after beating Vera Zvonareva.
The overall prize fund has increased.8 to 25m, with first round losers seeing their reward rise from 11,500 in 2011 to 27,000 in 2014.Colorsport 46/50 Conchita Martinez is the only Spanish player to have won the women's singles title at Wimbledon, where she beat Martina Navratilova to win the 1994 title.Colorsport 32/50 Venus Williams with the Ladies trophy after defeating Justine Henin in 2001.Below is the entire breakdown of Wimbledon prize money pool.Second round losers get 63k (10.5 third round losers 100k (11.1) and fourth round losers 163k (10.9).Colorsport / Andrew Cowie 4/50, serena Williams balances the Venus Rosewater Dish on her head with no hands as she walks off Centre Court.Colorsport / Andrew Cowie 4/50 Serena Williams balances the Venus Rosewater Dish on her head with no hands as she walks off Centre Court.Ian MacNicol 13/50 Rafael Nadal beat Tomas Berdych in the 2010 final.Doubles event got.5 increase in prize money while 25 increase in women/men wheelchair events.All England Lawn Tennis Club chief executive Richard Lewis said: "I'm not saying they are pleading poverty.




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