All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC)
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The All England Club, organiser of the Wimbledon Championships, has revealed that total prize money for this year’s tournament will increase to £28.1m (€36.3m/$41m), in a move that continues an ongoing upward financial trend across the four grand slam tennis events.
The All England Club, organiser of the Wimbledon Championships, has defended its decision to increase prize money for this year’s event to a total of £26.75m (€37.4m/$41m), the highest of the four grand slam tennis tournaments.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has announced that the overall prize fund for this year’s Wimbledon Championships will total £25m (€30.4m/$42m), an increase of £2.4m on the previous year’s grand slam tournament.