The following is a list of the prize money up for grabs for doubles tennis players at Wimbledon in 2014, which is being played from Monday, June 23rd to Sunday, July 6th, on the grass courts at the All England Club in London, England.
The prize money for men and women doubles players is the same. All prize money shown is not cumulative, players only earn the amounts shown for the last round they advance to. The prize money for doubles players is per team, so each player gets half as noted below.
All prize money listed here for Wimbledon has been converted from pounds to dollars at the current exchange rate of 1.70. As you will see below, Wimbledon has increased the prize money for doubles players, but not as much as for singles players. For more see Tennis prize money up for grabs for singles players at Wimbledon in 2014.
Wimbledon prize money for doubles tennis players in 2014
- Winners – $552,789
The men’s and women’s winners in doubles play at Wimbledon in 2014 will each earn $552,789 per team, or $276,395 per player. That is up 8.3% above the $510,267 that the teams of Bob and Mike Bryan for the men and Peng Shuai and Hseih Su-wei for the women each took home for winning doubles at Wimbledon in 2013.
- Runners-up – $277,245
The runners-up in doubles at Wimbledon in 2014 will each take home $277,245 per team, or $138,623 per player. That is up 8.7% above the $255,134 that the teams of Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo for the men and Ashleigh Barty and Casey Dellacqua for the women each earned as runners-up in doubles in 2013.
- Semifinalists – $138,623
Semifinalists teams that do not advance in 2014 in doubles at Wimbledon will each earn $138,623, or $69,311 per player. Up 8.7% from the $127,567 that semifinal doubles teams earned in 2013 at Wimbledon.
- Quarter-finalists – $69,737
Quarter-finalists in doubles will each earn $69,737 per team, or $34,869 per player. That’s up 9.3% above $63,783 quarter-finalists earned in 2013.
- Third Round – $36,569
Making the third round is worth $36,569 for each doubles team, or $18,285 per player. Up 7.5% from $34,018 last year.
- Second Round – $22,112
Making the second round is worth $22,112 for each doubles team, or $11,056 per player in 2014 at Wimbledon. Up 8.3% from $20,411 last year.
- First Round – $14,458
Just playing in the first round in doubles at Wimbledon in 2014 is worth $14,458 per team, or $7,229 per player. Up 9.7% from $13,182 last year.
Wimbledon prize money for mixed doubles players in 2014
- Winners – $163,285
The winning mixed doubles team at Wimbledon in 2014 will earn $163,285 as a pair, or $81,643 per player. That is up 4.3% from the $156,482 that Daniel Nestor and Kristina Mladenovic won last year when they took home the Wimbledon mixed doubles title.
- Runners-up – $81,643
The runner-up mixed doubles team will earn $81,643 as a pair, or $40,822 per player. That’s up 4.3% from the $78,241 that Bruno Soares and Lisa Raymond earned as runners-up last year.
- Semifinalists – $40,821
Semifinalists will earn $40,821 per team, or $20,411 per player. Up 4.3% from $39,121 last year.
- Quarter-finalists – $19,560
Making the quarters in mixed doubles is worth $19,560 per team, or $9,780 per player. Up 9.5% from $17,859 last year.
- Third Round – $9,525
Third round is worth $9,525 per team, or $4,763 per player. Up 7.7% from last year.
- Second Round – $4,763
Second round is worth $4,763 per team, or $2,382 per player. Up 7.7% from last year.
- First Round – $2,381
Just playing in the first round gets each mixed doubles team at least $2,381 per pair, or $1,190 per player. Up 7.7% from last year.