The third day of Wimbledon is upon us, and it brings with it some critically decisive matches. Brits, Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray are both competing after beating their opponents last round.
So what’s the order of play looking like?
Centre Court Order Of Play
Centre court showcased Defending champion Novac Djokovic (Serbia), who took on Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis.
Looking at the rest of the main stage, we have 19 year old star Emma Raducanu playing Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia.
The 28 year old is ranked at 55 for women’s singles, and has insisted that the one-sided support from the Brit's home crowd will not affect her during their upcoming Centre Court clash.
The Last centre court game will feature Scottish legend Andy Murray who’s playing American John Isner.
Murray’s 37 year old opponent is currently ranked at 24 for men’s singles and holds the record for the ATP’s fastest ever official serve at 157.2 mph – the third fastest in tennis history.
However, the matches played at centre court are by no means the only relevant matchups worth watching, there are still plenty of other courts featuring world class tennis.
- Jule Niemeier vs Anett Kontaveit
- Karolina Pliskova vs Tereza Martincova
- Cameron Norrie vs Jaume Munar
- Maria Sakkari vs Viktoriya Tomova
- Casper Ruud vs Ugo Humbert
- Greet Minnen vs Garbine Muguruza
- Angelique Kerber vs Magda Linette
- Tallon Griekspoor vs Carlos Alcaraz Garfia
- Qiang Wang vs Heather Watson
- Ryan Peniston vs Steve Johnson
- Yanina Wickmayer vs Jelena Ostapenko
- Jannik Sinner vs Mikael Ymer
- Katarzyna Kawa vs Ons Jabeur
How To Wimbledon Day 3
If you are not watching Wimbledon in person, you’re in luck as the BBC is providing full coverage of the tournament this year.
From 13:45 onwards you can watch the tennis on BBC One until the 6pm news. But BBC Two will be showing the tournament all afternoon from 13:00-19:00.
If you can’t for whatever reason watch day three of the Wimbledon live, don’t worry as all the televised tennis will be available on iPlayer.
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