The dates for Wimbledon 2023 are set for Monday, June 26, and Sunday, July 9, 2023. Here’s the Wimbledon 2023 tickets and prize money.
Wimbledon 2023 : Dates, tickets, prize money
There’s truly no bad time to take in the competition at Wimbledon.
Some tennis fans prefer to go earlier on in the tournament to see more pros in action, and for the chance to see their favorite player on a smaller, more intimate court.
Others would rather be there for the final weekend to witness the thrilling semis and finals. Whatever your ideal Wimbledon experience looks like, we’d love to help design the perfect itinerary for you.
We’ve detailed the 2023 Wimbledon Championships schedule below to assist you with your planning for this incredible tennis event.
Wimbledon 2023 dates
|1||Men’s & Ladies’ 1st Round||Monday, July 3, 2023||11:00 AM|
|2||Men’s & Ladies’ 1st Round||Tuesday, July 4, 2023||11:00 AM|
|3||Men’s & Ladies’ 2nd Round||Wednesday, July 5, 2023||11:00 AM|
|4||Men’s & Ladies’ 2nd Round||Thursday, July 6, 2023||11:00 AM|
|5||Men’s & Ladies’ 3rd Round||Friday, July 7, 2023||11:00 AM|
|6||Men’s & Ladies’ 3rd Round||Saturday, July 8, 2023||11:00 AM|
|7||Men’s & Ladies’ 4th Round||Sunday, July 9, 2023||11:00 AM|
|8||Men’s & Ladies’ 4th Round||Monday, July 10, 2023||11:00 AM|
|9||Men’s Singles Quarterfinals,
Ladies’ Singles Quarterfinals
|Tuesday, July 11, 2023||11:00 AM|
|10||Men’s Singles Quarterfinals,
Ladies’ Singles Quarterfinals
|Wednesday, July 12, 2023||11:00 AM|
|11||Ladies’ Singles Semifinals,
Mixed Doubles Final
|Thursday, July 13, 2023||1:00 PM|
|12||Men’s Singles Semifinals||Friday, July 14, 2023||1:00 PM|
|13||Ladies’ Singles Final,
Men’s Doubles Final
|Saturday, July 15, 2023||2:00 PM|
|14||Men’s Singles Final,
Ladies’ Doubles Final
|Sunday, July 16, 2023||2:00 PM|
Wimbledon 2023 tickets
Between the close of the 2022 Championships and the end of the calendar year, Wimbledon sends details of how to enter the ballot to people who are MyWimbledon members.
This can be done by signing up for free on the tournament’s official website, which also offers a range of details about the ballot and ticketing.
Enlistees then need to change their contact preferences to select the ticketing option, allowing Wimbledon to send them updates about the ballot.
Entering the ballot guarantees a place in the draw for tickets, which randomly allocates dates, courts and price bands.
Fans who apply before the end of December are likely to be offered the chance to buy any tickets they win in February.
Buyers will receive their tickets in June via the official Wimbledon app, which is available for download now.
Tickets cannot be switched for a different day or court. Full refunds on tickets are available before the day of play.
Prize money for Wimbledon will total a record £40,350,000 in 2022, the All England Lawn Tennis Club has announced.
The figure represents a £5,334,000 (15 per cent) increase from the 2021 edition of The Championships, and a £2,350,000 (6.2 per cent) increase on the previous record figure from 2019. The prize money is equal across the men’s and women’s draws.
The third major of the year will take place from 27 June to 10 July at the All England Club in London, where Novak Djokovic is the defending men’s singles champion. Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic are the defending men’s double’s champions.