The Aegon Championships at the Queen’s Club is one of the most prestigious grass court tournaments on tour. As such, it will have some sizable prize money at stake. Andy Murray has taken home the winner’s share of the purse five times over the past eight years. How much will the winner take home for this year’s victory? Let’s find out with a detailed breakdown of the 2017 Aegon Championships prize money.
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2017 ATP Aegon Championships Prize Money Breakdown
|Round of 16||$28,867|
|Round of 32||$15,223|
The Aegon Championships are part of the ATP World Tour 500 series, the fourth-highest tier on the ATP Tour. And among those 500 events, the Aegon Championships has the sixth-highest total prize money up for grabs with €1,836,660 or just over $2 million.
The winner of the event will take home a cool $440,000. Murray has received that amount for the last two years in a row, and will be gunning to be the first player to win the tournament in three straight years since Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick each did it in the 2000s. Meanwhile, the runner-up will make just less than half of the winner’s amount at $217,000.
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