Wimbledon is in full swing for this year’s tournament and with more than a week left until the winner is announced, you might be wondering who won in 2022.

This year’s tournament saw everything from downpours to protesters in just its first three days.

With it all still to play for, here’s what we know about last year’s Wimbledon champion.

Who won Wimbledon in 2022?

Novak Djokovic is the latest person to have been named the winner of Wimbledon in the men's section and has seven victories under his belt already.

Wandsworth Times: Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon in 2022Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon in 2022 (Image: Adam Davy/PA)

Crucially, this year Djokovic will have no Rafael Nadal in his way as he competes in the third major of 2023.

Defending champion Djokovic will aim to extend his 28-match winning streak in SW19.

Elena Rybakina won Wimbledon 2022 in the women's section and she returns as one of the most prominent figures in the game.

She kept a calm head and won her first major at the age of 23.

At the time, there was controversy given that while she represents Kazakhstan, she is Moscow-born and Russian state media celebrated her triumph.

When is Wimbledon 2023?

Wimbledon started on Monday, July 3 and will end on Sunday, July 16.

The Men’s Singles Final will be the last match of the 2023 tournament.

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.

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 £44,700,000 for 2023, according to the Wimbledon website.

The winners of the Men's and Women's Singles are set to win £2,350,000 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.