Wimbledon order of play Day 1: Monday, June 27 schedule including Centre Court matches

Will Rafael Nadal win a third Grand Slam of the year? Can anyone stop the unbeatable Iga Swiatek? How far in the tournament will Emma Raducnua and Andy Murray go? We’re about to find out with Wimbledon getting underway!

Thousands of tennis fans will flock to SW19 over the next fortnight to catch a glimpse of the best players in the world at the prestigious tournament with packed crowds expected every day.

The Sporting News is on hand to update fans each day with the Wimbledon schedule of play so you know which matches are taking place on what court and their expected start times.

Wimbledon order of play Day 1: Monday, June 27

Order of play is subject to change – all times BST

CENTRE COURT – 1:30PM

1. Novak Djokovic v Soonwoo Kwon

2. Alison Van Uytvanck v Emma Raducanu 

3. Andy Murray v James Duckworth

NO.1 COURT – 1:00PM

1. Mirjam Bjorklund v Ons Jabeur

2. Jan-Lennard Struff v Carlos Alcaraz

3. Angelique Kerber v Kristina Mladenovic

NO.2 COURT – 11:00AM

1. Cameron Norrie v Pablo Andujar

2. Bernarda Pera v Anett Kontaveit

3. Jannik Sinner v Stan Wawrinka

4. Maria Sakkari v Zoe Hives

NO.3 COURT – 11:00AM

1. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina v Hubert Hurkacz

2. Danielle Collins v Marie Bouzkova

3. Tamara Korpatsch v Heather Watson 

4. Ryan Peniston v Henri Laaksonen

COURT 12 – 11:00AM

1. Casper Ruud v Albert Ramos-Vinolas

2. Kaja Juvan v Beatriz Haddad Maia

3. Belinda Bencic v Qiang Wang

4. Steve Johnson v Grigor Dimitrov

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COURT 18 – 11:00AM

1. Jodie Burrage v Lesia Tsurenko

2. Enzo Couacaud v John Isner

3. Jay Clarke v Christian Harrison

Not Before: 5:00pm

4. Marta Kostyuk v Katie Swan

COURT 4 – 11:00AM

1. Tommy Paul v Fernando Verdasco

2. Camila Osorio v Elise Mertens

3. Martina Trevisan v Elisabetta Cocciaretto

4. Carlos Taberner v Reilly Opelka

COURT 6 – 11:00AM

1. Tomas Martin Etcheverry v Ugo Humbert

2. Clara Tauson v Mai Hontama

3. Tamara Zidansek v Panna Udvardy

4. Taro Daniel v Sebastian Baez

COURT 7 – 11:00AM

1. Anhelina Kalinina v Anna Bondar

2. Alejandro Tabilo v Laslo Djere

3. Oscar Otte v Peter Gojowczyk

COURT 8 – 11:00AM

1. Maximilian Marterer v Aljaz Bedene

2. Aleksandra Krunic v Sorana Cirstea

3. Daniel Altmaier v Mikael Ymer

4. Daria Saville v Viktoriya Tomova

COURT 9 – 11:00AM

1. Benoit Paire v Quentin Halys

2. Federico Coria v Jiri Vesely

3. Lucia Bronzetti v Ann Li

4. Yanina Wickmayer v Lin Zhu

COURT 10 – 11:00AM

1. Ylena In-Albon v Alison Riske

2. Rebecca Marino v Katarzyna Kawa

3. Maddison Inglis v Dalma Galfi

4. Alexander Bublik v Marton Fucsovics

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COURT 11 – 11:00AM

1. Thiago Monteiro v Jaume Munar

2. Jule Niemeier v Xiyu Wang

3. Tim Van Rijthoven v Federico Delbonis

COURT 14 – 11:00AM

1. Adrian Mannarino v Max Purcell

2. John Millman v Miomir Kecmanovic

3. Astra Sharma v Tatjana Maria

4. Oceane Dodin v Jelena Ostapenko

COURT 15 – 11:00AM

1. Nikoloz Basilashvili v Lukas Rosol

2. Kaia Kanepi v Diane Parry

3. Dusan Lajovic v Pablo Carreno Busta

4. Shuai Zhang v Misaki Doi

COURT 16 – 11:00AM

1. Katerina Siniakova v Maja Chwalinska

2. Thanasi Kokkinakis v Kamil Majchrzak

3. Tallon Griekspoor v Fabio Fognini

4. Ekaterine Gorgodze v Irina-Camelia Begu

COURT 17 – 11:00AM

1. Frances Tiafoe v Andrea Vavassori

2. Caroline Garcia v Lily Miyazaki 

3. Magda Linette v Fernanda Contreras Gomez

4. David Goffin v Radu Albot

Wimbledon 2022 schedule

Day Schedule
27-28 June First round
29-30 June Second round
1-2 July Third round
3-4 July Fourth round
5-6 July Quarterfinals
7 July Women’s semifinals
8 July Men’s semifinals
9 July Women’s final
10 July Men’s final

Wimbledon TV channel and live stream

In the UK, BBC One and BBC Two will be covering Wimbledon from 10.30 a.m. on day one and 11 a.m. on each subsequent day of the championships. BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app will be streaming Wimbledon and providing a range of ways to catch up with all the drama.

In the US, Wimbledon matches will be carried on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC. Matches can also be streamed on ESPN+, the ESPN app, and fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

In Canada, TSN will have the matches, with TSN.ca and the TSN App as streaming options.

In Australia, Stan Sport and Channel 9 will be providing TV coverage and live streaming services.

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