Soon after a day of relaxation at Wimbledon comes the mayhem of “Manic Monday”.
All 32 players even now associated in the men’s and women’s singles will be in motion as the championships attain their small business conclude.
Seeds can no for a longer time stay away from every other now, furnishing they have not been knocked out by now, which indicates the likes of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Ashleigh Barty will all deal with stiffer exams than they did in week a person.
The packed nature of the Wimbledon plan on Monday also tends to make it an great working day to visit some of the outer courts, with some delicious encounters unfold all around the grounds of SW19.
How to check out
Tv: BBC A single from 1.45pm until 6pm, BBC Two from 10.30am until eventually 8.30pm
Dwell stream: Several matches readily available on the BBC iPlayer or the BBC Sport site (with a valid Tv set licence and a BBC log-in) from 11am
Highlights: Today at Wimbledon with Clare Balding at 8.30pm on BBC Two
Types to view
Defending men’s champion Djokovic will get the action below way on Centre Court docket towards No 17 seed Cristian Garin.
The Serb has only dropped one established so much – in opposition to British wildcard Jack Draper in the very first round – and will be self-confident of progress from a guy who has hardly ever absent beyond the final 16 at a grand slam.
American wonderkid Coco Gauff follows him on Centre where she will experience her hardest opponent yet in the shape of 2018 champion Angelique Kerber.
Federer proceeds his quest for a ninth Wimbledon crown from Italy’s Lorenzo Sonego. The former planet No 1 appeared rusty at the start out of the initially 7 days but was back again to one thing like his very best when dispatching Britain’s Cameron Norrie on Saturday.
Barty begins the day on No 1 Court docket in opposition to French Open up winner Barbora Krejcikova and that will be followed by an engaging encounter between men’s No 16 seed Felix Auger-Aliassime and No 4 seed Alex Zverev.
The spotlight of the day nevertheless – at the very least from a British point of view – will be with the third match on No 1 when 18-calendar year-aged Emma Raducanu will be hoping for progress as she normally takes on the unseeded Australian Ajla Tomljanovic.
On the more compact courts, the face involving Ons Jabeur and Iga Swiatek on No 2 Courtroom pits two of the form players in the women’s draw from each and every other, even though Denis Shapovalov from Roberto Bautista Agut could go both way around on No 3 Court docket.
Liudmila Samsonova is unbeaten in 10 matches on grass and will extravagant her chances of victory from No 8 seed Karolina Pliskova over on No 12 Courtroom acquiring currently beaten Sloane Stephens and No 20 seed Jessica Pegula.
Hubert Hurkacz has been in the sort of his lifestyle in 2021 and could very well result in an upset against No 2 seed Daniil Medvedev.
A US Open and Australian Open runner-up, Medvedev experienced by no means beforehand progressed beyond the third spherical at Wimbledon, but he will be whole of confidence just after beating previous runner-up Marin Cilic on Saturday.
Even so, No 14 seed Hurkacz is at a vocation higher environment rating and has minimal to reduce acquiring progressed more than he at any time has ahead of at a grand slam.
Monday 5 July, Purchase of participate in
(All occasions BST all courts commence at 11am except if said)
Centre Court docket (1.30pm)
- Novak Djokovic (1) vs Cristian Garin (17)
- Coco Gauff (20) vs Angelique Kerber (25)
- Roger Federer (6) vs Lorenzo Sonego (23)
No 1 Court docket (1pm)
No 2 Courtroom
- Iga Swiatek (7) vs Ons Jabeur (21)
- Marton Fucsovics vs Andrey Rublev (5)
- Hubert Hurkacz (14) vs Daniil Medvedev (2)
No 3 Court docket
- Elena Rybakina (18) vs Aryna Sabalneka (2)
- Denis Shapovalov (10) vs Roberto Bautista Agut (8)
No 12 Court
- Matteo Berrettini (7) vs Ilya Ivashka
- Karolina Pliskova (8) vs Liudmila Samsonova
- Paula Badosa (30) vs Karolina Muchova (19)
No 18 Courtroom
- Karen Khachanov (25) vs Sebastian Korda
- Madison Keys (23) vs Viktorija Golubic
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