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Camelot says that if one lucky UK player were to scoop the entire amount, they would be richer than Serena Williams, 40, who is the highest-earning female tennis star of all time and is reportedly worth £129 million, according to Forbes.
As the world enjoys the start of the Wimbledon tennis championships, Camelot’s Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at The National Lottery, said: “Tuesday’s jackpot is a staggering amount of money and one winner could hit the Grand Slam, walking away with the lot.
“Don’t leave it until the fifth set – get your tickets early to be in with a chance of winning this ‘out’-of-this-world jackpot prize.”
If the winner really wanted to splash the cash, they could buy the 500,397 Wimbledon attendees over the 13-day tournament a portion of strawberries and cream each, 119 times over.
Success for a UK punter in the lottery draw would surpass the £2 million that would be earned by the winner of the Wimbledon Singles Championship.
Despite being wonderfully wealthy, a lucky UK winner would still have some way to go to match tennis great Roger Federer, 40.
The Swiss superstar has won eight Wimbledon titles and is reportedly worth £447 million, according to Forbes.
The National Lottery said that if a single punter were to scoop the jackpot, they would become its fourth biggest winner of all time and the 15th UK winner of a prize over £100 million.
It would also be the fourth EuroMillions jackpot won in the UK in 2022.
There was a winner who became £109 million richer in February and a lucky player banked £54 million this month.
Gloucestershire couple Joe and Jess Thwaite, of Gloucestershire, became the biggest UK EuroMillions jackpot winners when they collected £184 million with a Lucky Dip ticket in May.