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By Ros Satar, at Wimbledon

  • Johanna Konta – potential prize money for defending his Wimbledon title
  • Konta has never progressed beyond the second round at SW19
  • What is at stake for Konta after a decent warm-up on the grass
LONDON, UK – With Wimbledon increasing the overall prize pot once more, what can the women’s British No. 1 Johanna Konta expect to win in prize money?


Of course it is not the first time Johanna Konta has been in the later stages of a Grand Slam, but with a new bumper prize pot this year for Wimbledon, what can Britain’s best player expect to pocket, as she bids to make a good run at her home slam?


How much could Johanna Konta earn for each round at Wimbledon?

Place Prize Money
Winner £2.2m
Runner-up £1.1m
Semi-finalist £550k
Quarter-finalist £275k
Round 4 £147k
Round 3 £90k
Round 2 £57k
Round 1 £35k


Johanna Konta’s progress at Wimbledon

Last year she got her first main draw win at Wimbledon before coming up against an inspired Genie Bouchard but in a year where she has won her biggest tour prize to date, in Miami, as well as reaching the Nottingham final and the Eastbourne semi-final (although she had to withdraw after a fall).


Total Prize Purse for 2017 (Current Currency Conversion)

Australian Open Roland Garros Wimbledon US Open (2016)





£31.6m $46.3m



NOTE: It is expected that the US Open will follow suit with the other Slams in raising their prize pot from last year.

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