WATCH: Raducanu became Great Britain's newest sporting star when she stormed to the US Open title last summer.

The All England Club will increase ticket prices for the women's final at Wimbledon, according to the Times of London, making it equal to the amount charged for the men's final.

In 2021, a ticket for the women's final was £200 ($270) but will now cost £240 ($325), the same as the amount charged for the 2021 men's final. Tickets for both the men's and women's semifinals will cost £210 ($283) each.

The decision was "to ensure the women's event is not perceived as any less important," said the Times.

It is the first time since 1991 that the finals will be priced at the same level. There has been equal prize money for the men's and women's events since 2007.

It is unlikely to have any effect on sales, with the almost 15,000 seats on Centre Court easily full on any day of the tournament.

Great Britain's Emma Raducanu is set to be one of the top draws during the fortnight, especially following her breakthrough victory at the US Open.