Queen’s Club Championships Prize Money 2023: All you need to know

The dates of the 2023 Queen’s Club Championships were June 19–26. Carlos Alcaraz defeated Alex de Minaur 6-4, 6-4 in the Cinch Championships final to win his maiden grass-court singles championship at The Queen’s Club in London. On the grass courts of the Queen’s Club in West Kensington, London, the Queen’s Club Championships are conducted. Due to sponsorship, it is currently named Cinch Championships. It is a member of the ATP 500 circuit and has won the 500 event category’s Tournament of the Year award in 2015, 2016, and 2018. The overall prize money pool for 2023 is €2,195,175. We’ll discuss Queens Club Championships 2023 Prize Money and its breakdown in this article.

Queens Club Championships 2023 Prize Overview

For the 2023 edition, the total prize pool amounted to €2,195,175, marking a 2.84% increase from the previous year. The champion at Queen’s Club was the fortunate recipient of €477,795, signifying a substantial 19.7% boost compared to what Matteo Berrettini had earned just a year earlier.

However, the remaining rounds did not witness similar leaps in prize money. For instance, the runner-up secured a cheque for €220,880, reflecting a more modest increase of 2.8%. These incremental changes were consistent throughout both the main and qualifying draws. Even those who did not progress beyond the initial round of qualifying still took home €4,925, which represented a 2.9% increase from the previous year.

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Queens Club Championships 2023 Prize Money Breakdown

Below, you’ll find detailed tables offering a comprehensive breakdown of the prize money allocated for the ATP 500 tournament held at the Cinch Championships this year.

Singles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€477,79519.7%
Runner-up€220,8802.8%
Semifinal€117,7152.8%
Quarterfinal€60,1452.8%
Round 2€32,1052.9%
Round 1€17,1202.8%
Q2€8,7752.9%
Q1€4,9252.9%

Doubles

2023Prize Money % Change vs 2022
Winner€134,8402.8%
Runner-up€71,9102.8%
Semifinal€36,3802.9%
Quarterfinal€18,1902.8%
Round 1€9,4202.8%

Queen’s Club Total Prize Money History

YearQueen’s Club Total Prize Money% Change
2023€2,195,1752.84%
2022€2,134,52065.45%
2021€1,290,135-38.03%
2020Not played 
2019€2,081,8305.0%
2018€1,983,5958.0%
2017€1,836,6601.9%
2016€1,802,94514.5%
2015€1,574,640121.5%
2014€711,0104.0%
2013€683,6659.3%
2012€625,3002.8%
2011€608,000-3.1%
2010€627,700-5.4%

The Bottom Line!

The Queen’s Club Championships in 2023 provided an exhilarating week of tennis from June 19 to 26, featuring impressive grass court battles. Furthermore, As an ATP 500 event, the tournament maintained its tradition of excellence in professional tennis, with a total prize pool of €2,195,175, marking a 2.84% increase from the previous year. The winner received a substantial 19.7% boost in prize money, further cementing the tournament’s reputation. Tennis enthusiasts can eagerly anticipate more exciting editions in the years ahead

Stan Netterfield

Stan Netterfield

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