The 2015 Wimbledon Grand Slam tennis tournament is taking place from June 29 to July 12, 2015, on the grass courts at the All England Club in London, England. Here is a list of the prize money up for grabs for the men and women doubles tennis players at Wimbledon in 2015.
Wimbledon pays the men and women doubles players the same amounts of money. The money listed below is not cumulative, players only earn the amounts shown for the last round they advance to and the money is per team as noted below.
All money shown below has been converted from British pounds to American dollars at the current exchange rate of 1.58. In terms of British pounds, the prize money has been raised by an average of 5% over last year in doubles play but due to the decline in the British pound vs the dollar the prize money is slightly less than what it was last year in dollars as noted below.
You can see how much money singles players will earn this year at 2015 Wimbledon tennis prize money up for grabs.
2015 Wimbledon tennis prize money up for grabs for doubles players
- Winners – $536,070
The men and women winning doubles teams at Wimbledon in 2015 will each earn $536,070 per team or $268,035 per player. That’s down about 3% from the $552,789 that Jack Sock and Vasek Pospisil for the men and Sara Errani and Roberta Vinci for the women earned last year as the doubles winning teams.
- Runners-up – $268,035
The runners-up in doubles will each earn $268,035 per team or $134,018 per player at Wimbledon in 2015. That’s down about 3% from the $277,245 that Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan for the men and Timea Babos and Kristina Mladenovic for the women each earned per team as last year’s runners-up in doubles play.
- Semifinalists – $134,017
Doubles teams losing in the semis will each earn $134,017 per team or $67,009 per player. That’s down 3.4% from the $138,623 that teams each earned as losers in the semis last year.
- Quarterfinals – $67,797
Teams losing in the quarters will each earn $67,797 per team or $33,899 per player. That’s down 2.9% from the $69,737 that each losing quarterfinal teams earned last year at Wimbledon.
- Third round – $35,475
Teams losing in the third round at Wimbledon in doubles play in 2015 with each earn $35,475 per team or $17,738 per player. That’s down 3% from $36,569 last year.
- Second round – $21,679
Teams losing in the second round at Wimbledon in doubles play in 2015 with each earn $21,679 per team or $10,840 per player. That’s down 2% from $22,112 last year.
- First round – $14,190
Teams losing in the first round at Wimbledon in doubles play in 2015 will each earn $14,190 per team or $7,095 per player. That’s down 1.9% from $14,458 last year.
Mixed doubles prize money up for grabs at Wimbledon in 2015
- Winners – $157,668
The winners of the 2015 mixed doubles title at Wimbledon will earn $157,668 as a team or $78,834 per player. That’s down 3.6% from the $163,285 that Nenad Zimonjic and Sam Stosur split last year when they won the mixed doubles title.
- Runners-up – $78,834
The runners-up team will earn $78,834 as a team or $39,417 per player. That’s down 3.6% from the $81,643 that Max Mirnyi and Chan Hao-ching split last year as the runners-up.
- Semis – $39,417
Making it to the semis is worth $39,417 per team. That works out to $19,709 per player.
- Quarters – $18,920
Making it to the quarters is worth $18,920 per team. That works out to $9,460 per player.
- Third round – $9,460
Teams losing in the third round will each earn $9,460 per team. That works out to $4,730 per player.
- Second round – $4,730
Teams losing in the second round will each earn $4,730 per team. That works out to $2,365 per player.
- First round – $2,365
Teams losing in the first round will each earn $2,365 per team. That works out to $1,183 per player. You can see why so many players do not bother with mixed doubles play as the money is really bad at the low end.