Wimbledon order of play: Men take centre stage on a star-studded day nine
It’s men’s quarter-finals day at Wimbledon on Wednesday, and you can plan your day of viewing right here.
Centre Court | From 1pm
Novak Djokovic (12) vs Kei Nishikori (24)
Juan Martin Del Potro (5) vs Rafael Nadal (2)
Court 1 | From 1pm
Roger Federer (1) vs Kevin Anderson (8)
Milos Raonic (13) vs John Isner (9)
Court 2 | From 11.30am
Timea Babos & Kristina Mladenovic (1) vs Alicja Rosolska & Abigail Spears
Barbora Krejcikova & Katerina Siniakova (3) vs Tatjana Maria & Heather Watson
Matwe Middelkoop & Johanna Larsson (12) vs Jamie Murray & Victoria Azarenka
Juan Sebastian Cabal & Abigail Spears (10) vs Robin Haase & Kirsten Flipkens
Court 3 | From 11.30am
Nicole Melichar & Kveta Peschke (12) vs Irina-Camelia Begu & Mihaela Buzarnescu (15)
Gabriela Dabrowski & Yi Fan Xu (6) vs Bethanie Mattek-Sands & Lucie Safarova
Nikola Mektic & Hao-Ching Chan (5) v Michael Venus & Katarina Srebotnik (9)
Kim Clijsters & Rennae Stubbs vs Na Li & Ai Sugiyama
Cara Black & Martina Navratilova vs Lindsay Davenport & Mary Joe Fernandez
Court 12 | From 11.30am
Colin Fleming & Xavier Malisse vs Greg Rusedski & Fabrice Santoro
Jack Draper vs Tristan Boyer (11)
Marion Bartoli & Daniela Hantuchova vs Conchita Martinez & Barbara Schett
Jack Draper & Emile Hudd vs Savriyan Danilov & Henry Von der Schulenburg
Justin Gimelstob & Ross Hutchins vs Arnaud Clement & Miles MacLagan
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