A ticket for the 2022 Wimbledon ladies final will match the price of a men's final ticket, The Times reports.
Wimbledon pays equal prize money to men and women.
This year, the grass-court Grand Slam will raise ticket prices for the ladies' final to match the men's final ticket, The Times reports.
Centre Court fans paid £200 to see Ashleigh Barty defeat Karolina Pliskova in the 2021 Wimbledon ladies' final last July. The next day, fans were charged £240 to watch Novak Djokovic triumph beat Matteo Berrettini in the men's final to capture his 20th Grand Slam championship.
The top ticket price for both the 2022 men's and ladies' finals will be d £240, according to The Times report.
The ladies' semifinals top ticket price will increase to £210, match the men’s semifinal ticket.
The Times reports Wimbledon is enacting the ticket price hike in an effort to ensure the ladies' event is viewed as equally important to the men's draw.
“All England Club officials have taken the decision to ensure that the women’s event is not perceived to be any less important,” The Times reports.
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