Wimbledon season is back, seeing the world's top tennis players battle it out for the coveted trophy and prize money.

However, this prize money can change from year to year with the 2023 prize pot being the highest on record.

With multiple categories and a number of games yet to be played, here is how much the winners of Wimbledon 2023 can hope to win.

When does Wimbledon 2023 end?

The Men's Singles is set to end later this month on Sunday, July 16 when the winner and runner-up is decided after a tense tennis match.

The Women's Doubles is also set to end the same day with the Women's Singles and Men's Doubles ending on Saturday, July 15, 2023.

How to watch Wimbledon 2023

Fans unable to attend Wimbledon 2023 in person can watch nearly all the action live on BBC One and Two as well as on-demand via BBC iPlayer.

What is the prize money for Wimbledon 2023?

The prize money available to the winners and participants of the tournament is set at a record £44 million for 2023

This represents a 10.9% rise from the 2022 tournament with the winners of the Men's and Women's Singles set to win £2,359,000 each.

The runner-ups are guaranteed £1.175 million for making it to the final whereas those who reach the first round (even without winning a single match) will receive £55,000.

The prize for the winners of the Men's and Women's Doubles is £600,000 per pair.

Wimbledon 2023 continues on BBC One, Two and online via BBC iPlayer.