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
Simona Halep confident she can cope with weather as she prepares for French Open
Halep is the top seed and title favourite.
Andy Murray finds humour in French Open rematch with Stan Wawrinka
Murray is playing at Roland Garros for the first time since a brutal semi-final against Wawrinka in 2017.
Q&A with tennis legend Chris Evert as she picks her French Open winners
Eurosport tennis expert and seven-time Roland-Garros champion Chris Evert has previewed the upcoming Roland Garros
John McEnroe on the challenges of playing on the red clay as he picks a French Open winner
John McEnroe believes Rafael Nadal will face fresh challenges in at the French Open this summer
Roland Garros sees fan numbers slashed to just 1,000 per day due to coronavirus spike
French Open succumbs to Covid-19 resurgence.
London’s O2 Arena absorbs loss of ATP Finals by hosting 2022 edition of Laver Cup
Top level tennis returning to O2.
Dominic Thiem gets nightmare Roland Garros draw with FOUR Grand Slam winners possibly awaiting him
Austrian may have to do it the hard way.
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Andy Murray to play old foe Stan Wawrinka in first round of French Open
Draw throws up remarkable twist of fate.
Liam Broady thanks Andy Murray after qualifying for French Open for first time
Broady grateful to legend.