Wimbledon order of play: Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Roger Federer all in action
It’s a star-studded resumption of Wimbledon on Monday.
Centre Court – 1:00 PM
R. Federer [SUI] vs A. Mannarino [FRA]
S. Williams [USA] vs E. Rodina [RUS]
J. Vesely [CZE] vs R. Nadal [ESP]
No.1 Court – 1:00 PM
A. Kerber [GER] vs B. Bencic [SUI]
G. Monfils [FRA] vs K. Anderson [RSA]
K. Khachanov [RUS] vs N. Djokovic [SRB]
No.2 Court – 11:30 AM
Ka. Pliskova [CZE] vs K. Bertens [NED]
K. Nishikori [JPN] vs E. Gulbis [LAT]
J. Del Potro [ARG] vs G. Simon [FRA]
No.3 Court – 11:30 AM
J. Ostapenko [LAT] vs A. Sasnovich [BLR]
J. Goerges [GER] vs D. Vekic [CRO]
J. Isner [USA] vs S. Tsitsipas [GRE]
J. Clarke [GBR] / H. Dart [GBR] vs M. Mirnyi [BLR] / K. Peschke [CZE]
Court 12 – 11:30 AM
C. Giorgi [ITA] vs E. Makarova [RUS]
M. McDonald [USA] vs M. Raonic [CAN]
D. Inglot [GBR] / F. Skugor [CRO] vs M. Gonzalez [ARG] / N. Jarry [CHI]
Court 18 – 11:30 AM
S-W. Hsieh [TPE] vs D. Cibulkova [SVK]
A. Van Uytvanck [BEL] vs D. Kasatkina [RUS]
B. Krejcikova [CZE] / K. Siniakova [CZE] vs L. Hradecka [CZE] / S-W. Hsieh [TPE]
L. Mayer [ARG] / J. Sousa [POR] vs R. Klaasen [RSA] / M. Venus [NZL]
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