Tennis: Wimbledon raises prize money after Brexit

Tennis players have been given a 10 percent increase in prize money at Wimbledon this year, with nearly $3m each going to the winners of the men's and ladies' singles events.

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    Tennis players have been given a 10 percent increase in prize money at Wimbledon this year with nearly $3m each going to the winners of the men's and ladies' singles events.

    Organisers made the move to counter the depreciating effect of Brexit on the British pound.

    Al Jazeera's Lee Wellings reports from London.


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