There will be an increase to the prize money pot at Wimbledon this year - with the women's and men's competitions receiving the same amount once more.
The winner of the Ladies' Singles and the winner of the Gentlemen's Singles will each receive £2.35 million - up from £2.25 million in 2018, when Angelique Kerber beat Serena Williams in the final.
The runner-up this year will receive £1,175,000, with the semifinalists securing £588,000.
Quarterfinalists get £294,000, and if a player reaches the fourth round she wins £176,000.
£111,000 is the prize money for reaching the third round, £72,000 for the second round, and those in the first round get £45,000 - up 15.4 per cent from last year.
There is also a prize money boost in the doubles - the champions receive £540,000 per pair in the Ladies' Doubles, up 20 per cent from 2018, when Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova won the title, beating Nicole Melichar and Kveta Peschke in the final.
The Mixed Doubles champions receive £116,000 per pair, a 5.5 per cent increase from last year, when Nicole Melichar partnered Alexander Meya to victory in the final against Victoria Azarenka and Jamie Murray.