Queen’s Club Championships Prize Money – How Much Will the 2023 Winners Get?

With the Wimbledon tournament right around the corner, the top players from the ATP tour will feel the grass courts of the Queen’s Club in London. Starting from the 19th to the 25th of June, 32 players in singles and 16 doubles will compete in the Cinch Championships, which has more than €2 million in prize money.

Wondering how much the singles and doubles players will earn from this tournament – we got you covered with everything you need to know.

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Queen’s Club Championships Prize Money and Ranking Points – Singles

The total budget for the Cinch Championships Prize Money 2023 is €2,195,175.

Of course, the biggest portion would go for the men’s singles tournament, where the winner will earn €477,795 and 500 ATP points. The runner-up will leave the Queen’s Club with €220,880 and 300 points, while the semifinalists will earn €117,715 and 180 ATP points each.

The four players who finish the tournament in the quarterfinals will get €60,145 on their accounts and 90 ATP points each. Those who will stop in the round of 16 will get €32,105 and 45 ATP points each.

The players who will lose in the opening round of the main draw of the tournament will earn €17,120 and 20 ATP points.

The players who finish in the second qualifying round will earn €8,775 and 10 ATP points, while the ones who will lose in the opening qualifying round will earn €4,925 and no ATP points.

Queen’s Club Championships Prize Money and Ranking Points – Doubles

The winning double of the Queen’s Club Championships will win €134,840 and 500 ATP points.

The double that will lose in the final will earn €71,910 and 300 ATP points.

The semifinal doubles, which will fail to make it to the final match, will earn €36,380 and 180 ATP points each.

Each of the doubles that will end the tournament in the quarterfinals will earn €18,190 and 90 ATP points.

Those who fail in the Round of 16, which is the opening round at the Cinch Championships doubles tournament, will earn €9,420 and no ATP points.

Queen’s Club History and Previous Winners

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The Queen’s Club Championships is part of the ATP Tour 500 series. The tournament is currently called Cinch Championships by the main sponsor of the event. It is one of the oldest tournaments on the ATP tour dating back to 1881, and it serves as a warm-up for Wimbledon.

Matteo Berrettini is the defending champion who won the last two editions of the tournament. When it comes to the doubles tournament, the Croatian pair of Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic are the defending champions.

Since 1977, the tournament has been called Queen’s Club Championships, and in 2015 it was upgraded from ATP 250 to ATP 500 tournament. It was voted the tournament of the year four times between 2013 and 2019.

Andy Murray holds the record for most singles titles with 5 trophies and has also won one title in the doubles tournament. The three-time Grand Slam champion won all his titles from 2009 to 2016. Murray is also the player who has earned the most from the tournament, €1,078,840.

Seven players have won the Queen’s Club Championships four times: Major Ritchie, Anthony Wilding, Roy Emerson, John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Lleyton Hewitt, and Andy Roddick and Ritchie is also the one with a record eight finals appearances.

Boris Becker is the youngest player ever to win the Queen’s Club Championships as he was 17 years and 207 days old when he won in 1985. On the other hand, Major Ritchie is the oldest winner, as he was 38 years old in 1909, while Feliciano Lopez is the oldest winner in the open era, at 37 years in 2019. Lopez is also the lowest ranked winner, being ranked at no. 113 in the world when he won in 2019.

Queen’s Club Championships – Last 10 Winners

2022 – Matteo Berrettini

2021 – Matteo Berrettini

2019 – Feliciano Lopez

2018 – Marin Cilic

2017 – Feliciano Lopez

2016 – Andy Murray

2015 – Andy Murray

2014 – Grigor Dimitrov

2013 – Andy Murray

2012 – Marin Cilic

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