Carlos Alcaraz defeated Novak Djokovic to win the Wimbledon 2023 men’s final, denying the Serbian a fifth consecutive title, in a five-set epic and one of the greatest matches ever played at the All England Club.


Wimbledon finale 2023 :

The Wimbledon 2023 match was played between Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic tomorrow, July 16. Novak

5 set match summary :

Djokovic won the first set of the match by 1-6,

Alcaraz won the second set by 7-6,

Alcaraz won the third set by 6-1,

Novak Djokovic won the fourth set of the match by 6-1.

Carlos Alcaraz  won the last and fifth set of the match by 6-4 to win the trophy.

The No. 1-ranked Alcaraz prevented Djokovic from what would have been a record-tying eighth title, and fifth in a row, at the grass-court tournament. Djokovic also was kept from claiming his 24th career major.

Instead of Djokovic, a 36-year-old from Serbia, becoming the oldest male champion at Wimbledon in the Open era, Alcaraz, a 20-year-old from Spain, became the third-youngest. The age gap between the two was the widest in any men’s Slam final since 1974.

Wimbledon 2023  Trophy prize money :

Funds generated by The Championships, less tax, are used by the LTA to develop tennis in Great Britain.

In December 2008, the Club and the LTA agreed that the LTA would benefit from receiving 90 per cent of any distributable financial surplus resulting from The Championships until at least 2053.

AELTC would acquire the LTA’s 50 per cent share of ownership in All England Lawn Tennis Ground plc (the company which owns the Wimbledon tennis site and facilities). Capital therefore became freed up in 2013 for the LTA to invest in British tennis and its facilities at all levels.

For the Club, who originally gave this 50 per cent shareholding to the LTA in 1934, the transaction returns to the Club full ownership and control of the site, enabling it to continue its central objective to maintain The Championships as the premier tennis event in the world, with facilities to match.

This is the third Grand Slam in the four Grand Slams, which is played on the grass. It is held in London in the month of June and July, but if we talk about its finance, then its prize money increases every year in all categories like Man Single Women Single Man Double and women’s double are given different prize money, you can see the list of prize money of the last 10 years below.

2013 – £1,600,000

2014 – £1,760,000

2015 – £1,880,000

2016 – £2,000,000

2017 – £2,200,000

2018 – £2,250,000

2019 – £2,350,000

2021 – £1,700,000

2022 – £2,000,000

2023 – £ 2,350,000

There was no competition in corona in 2020 and prize money was reduced in 2021 due to corona

You can see the complete prize money table of 2023 here:



Carlos Alcaraz Garfia was born on 5 May 2003, in El Palmar, Murcia, Spain to parents Carlos Alcaraz González and Virginia Garfia Escandón. He has three siblings. He started playing tennis at the Real Sociedad Club de Campo de Murcia (Royal Society Murciashire Club) where his father was the tennis academy director. In 2018, he began playing at Juan Carlos Ferrero’s Equelite JC Ferrero Sport Academy.

Spanish professional tennis player

Born : 5 may 2003

RANK : world no 1 . ATP



– US OPEN  2022

Carlos Alakraz Tweet :

Carlos tweeted about his victory and what he said in his tweet ,see his tweet




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