Queens Club Prize Money
2022 Breakdown & Historicals
Located in West Kensington, London, The Queens Club hosts an annual ATP 500 tennis tournament in June. For 2022, the total prize money for the event is €2,134,520, which translates to $2,224,545.
Officially known as the Queens Club Championships, the tournament also goes by the Cinch Championships and previously the Fever-Tree Championships due to title sponsors. The event is one of the ATP’s longest-running, initially held in 1890, and uses grass courts.
This year marks the highest prize money ever at The Queens Club, with a 65% increase in funds over 2021 and a 2.5% increase over 2019. Organizers canceled the tournament in 2020 due to the pandemic.
In singles, the 2022 winner will take home €399,170 and the runner-up €214,775, equating to a 251% and 156% jump over the prior year’s earnings as the tournament eased back after the pandemic.
Doubles pairs will earn €131,110 and €69,930 for the winner and runner-up, which are a 226% and 131% increase, respectively. Keep reading for a complete breakdown of prize money across each round and historical data for comparison and growth.