There is no prize money given to Junior winners at Wimbledon, or other junior competitions.
However, winning a junior Wimbledon title can be indirectly very lucrative.
Wimbledon has a tradition of awarding the junior champions a wildcard into the main draw the following year - the main draw being otherwise limited to those ranked in the world top 100 and those who have come through 3 rounds of qualifying. A place in the main draw is worth £11,500 (2011) just for losing in the first round.
Therefore, the junior champions earn nothing on the day for their win, but do have a good chance of collecting money later, as a direct result of their win.
No. There is no prize money for juniors.
I think the biggest prize money is 1,100,000 in 2011 in wimbledon.
The prize money usually increases a bit each year. But the 2009 singles champions each won £850,000 (roughly $1,367,310).
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The prize money is £850,000, which is $1,188,050.44 in U.S. dollars.
1969 the first Open Wimbledon Tennis Championships were held. The first Wimbledon Champions to receive prize money for winning were Rod Laver and Billy Jean King. http://tennisracquetsport.suite101.com/article.cfm/history_of_the_wimbledon_tennis_championships#ixzz0K1EyonPW&D
Wimbledon agreed to even out male and female prize money. This means females will receive the same amount of prize money as the males. This happened in 2007.
It is 700,000 pounds.