Wimbledon Schedule 2023

Welcome, tennis enthusiasts! The Wimbledon Schedule 2023 is fast approaching, and we’re here to provide you with all the information you need to make the most of this grand event. We’ve covered you, from the schedule to the players, tickets, and even a sneak peek into Wimbledon 2024.

Wimbledon 2023: What’s New?

Wimbledon 2023 What's New
Wimbledon 2023 What’s New

The 2023 Championships will last 14 days, with the Middle Sunday being played for the second consecutive year as part of the planned program. The Gentlemen’s Doubles format will change from best of five sets to best of three. For the first time in 2023, matches on No. 1 Court will begin at 11am on finals weekend.

Wimbledon Schedule 2023

Wimbledon 2023 Schedule
Wimbledon 2023 Schedule

The Wimbledon Championships 2023 will start on Monday, July 3, 2023, and conclude on Sunday, July 16, 2023. The tournament will see a mix of Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ singles matches through the quarter-finals. The Mixed Doubles competition will be a 32-draw size, with the final scheduled on Thursday, following the Ladies’ singles semi-finals on Centre Court.

Wimbledon 2023 TV schedule

Date Time (ET) Singles Doubles TV/stream
Mon., July 3 6 a.m. First round ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Tue., July 4 6 a.m. First round ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Wed., July 5 6 a.m. Second round First round ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Thu., July 6 6 a.m. Second round First round ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Fri., July 7 6 a.m. Third round Second round ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Sat., July 8 8 a.m. Third round Second round ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Sat., July 8 1 p.m. Third round Second round ABC, Fubo
Sun., July 9 8 a.m. Fourth round Third round ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Sun., July 9 1 p.m. Fourth round Third round ABC, Fubo
Mon., July 10 6 a.m. Fourth round Third round ESPN2, ESPN+, Fubo
Mon., July 10 8 a.m. Fourth round Third round ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Tue., July 11 8 a.m. Quarterfinals Quarterfinals ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, Fubo
Wed., July 12 8 a.m. Quarterfinals Quarterfinals ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, Fubo
Thu., July 13 8 a.m. Semifinals (women) Semifinals (men) ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Fri., July 14 8 a.m. Semifinals (men) Semifinals (women) ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Sat., July 15 9 a.m. Final (women) Final (men) ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo
Sun., July 16 9 a.m. Final (men) Final (women) ESPN, ESPN+, Fubo

Here’s a brief rundown of the schedule:

  • July 3-4: First round – men’s and women’s singles
  • July 5-6: Second round – men’s and women’s singles; First round – men’s and women’s doubles
  • July 7-8: Men’s and women’s singles third round; men’s and women’s doubles second round; July 7-8; Mixed doubles in the first round.
  • July 9-10: Men’s and women’s singles fourth round; men’s and women’s doubles third round; July 9–10; Final four: mixed doubles
  • July 11: Men’s and women’s singles quarterfinals are on July 11, and mixed doubles semifinals follow.
  • July 12: Men’s and women’s singles quarterfinals are on July 12, along with men’s and women’s doubles quarterfinals.
  • July 13: Semi-finals – women’s singles; Semi-finals – men’s doubles; Final – Mixed doubles
  • July 14: Semi-finals – men’s singles; Semi-finals – women’s doubles
  • July 15: Final – women’s singles; Final – men’s doubles
  • July 16: Final – men’s singles; Final – women’s doubles

Please note that this schedule is a guide and may be changed at the discretion of the Referee.

Wimbledon 2023 men’s singles draw

First Round

Match No. Match Result
1 Carlos Alcaraz (1) vs. Jeremy Chardy  
2 Alexandre Muller vs. Arthur Rinderknech  
3 Jason Kubler vs. Ugo Humbert  
4 Marco Cecchinato vs. Nicolas Jarry (25)  
5 Alexander Zverev (19) vs. Gijs Brouwer  
6 Marc Andrea Huesler vs. Yosuke Watanuki  
7 Matteo Berrettini vs. Lorenzo Sonego  
8 Kimmer Coppejans vs. Alex de Minaur (15)  
9 Frances Tiafoe (10) vs. Yibing Wu  
10 Dominic Stricker vs. Alexei Popyrin  
11 Ilya Ivashka vs. Federico Coria  
12 Sho Shimabukuro vs. Grigor Dimitrov (21)  
13 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (31) vs. Arthur Fils  
14 Zhang Zhizhen vs. Botic van de Zandschulp  
15 Matteo Arnaldi vs. Roberto Carballés Baena  
16 George Loffhagen vs. Holger Rune (6)  
17 Daniil Medvedev (3) vs. Arthur Fery  
18 Adrian Mannarino vs. Alexander Shevchenko  
19 Marcos Giron vs. Hugo Dellien  
20 Marton Fucsovics vs. Tallon Griekspoor (28)  
21 Francisco Cerundolo (18) vs. Nuno Borges  
22 Jiri Lehecka vs. Sebastian Ofner  
23 Milos Raonic vs. Dennis Novak  
24 Shintaro Mochizuki vs. Tommy Paul (16)  
25 Cameron Norrie (12) vs. Tomas Machac   
26 Christopher Eubanks vs. Thiago Monteiro  
27 Christopher O’Connell vs. Hamad Medjedovic  
28 Jiri Vesely vs. Sebastian Korda (22)  
29 Ben Shelton (32) vs. Taro Daniel   
30 Maxime Cressy vs. Laso Djere  
31 Ryan Peniston vs. Andy Murray  
32 Dominic Thiem vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas (5)  
33 Jannik Sinner (8) vs. Juan Manuel Cerundolo  
34 Miomir Kecmanovic vs. Diego Schwartzman  
35 Aleksandar Vukic vs. Daniel Altmaier  
36 Quentin Halys vs. Dan Evans (27)  
37 Yoshihito Nishioka vs. Daniel Elahi Galan  
38 Dominik Koepfer vs. Oscar Otte  
39 Mikael Ymer vs. Alex Molcan  
40 Yannick Hanfmann vs. Taylor Fritz (9)  
41 Borna Coric (13) vs. Guido Pella  
42 Benjamin Bonzi vs. Harold Mayot  
43 Corentin Moutet vs. Richard Gasquet  
44 Roman Safiullin vs. Roberto Bautista Agut (20)  
45 Denis Shapovalov (26) vs. Radu Albot  
46 Lloyd Harris vs. Gregoire Barrere  
47 Liam Broady vs. Constant Lestienne  
48 Laurent Lokoli vs. Casper Ruud (4)  
49 Andrey Rublev (7) vs. Max Purcell  
50 Luca Van Assche vs. Aslan Karatsev  
51 Sebastian Baez vs. Tomas Barrios Vera  
52 David Goffin vs. Fabian Marozsan*  
53 Alexander Bublik vs. Mackenzie McDonald  
54 JJ Wolf vs. Enzo Couacaud  
55 Maximilian Marterer vs. Borna Gojo  
56 Filip Krajinovic vs. Felix Auger-Aliassime (11)  
57 Lorenzo Musetti (14) vs. Juan Pablo Varillas  
58 John Isner vs. Jaume Munar  
59 Jan Choinski vs. Dusan Lajovic  
60 Albert Ramos Vinolas vs. Hubert Hurkacz (17)  
61 Tomas Martin Etcheverry (29) vs. Bernabe Zapata Miralles  
62 Emil Ruusuvuori vs. Stanislas Wawrinka  
63 Jordan Thomas vs. Brandon Nakashima  
64 Pedro Cachin vs. Novak Djokovic (2)  

Wimbledon 2023 Players

Wimbledon 2023 Players
Wimbledon 2023 Players

The Wimbledon Championships 2023 will see some of the world’s best tennis players in action. Serbian legend Novak Djokovic, currently tied with American great Pete Sampras as the second-most successful men’s singles player at Wimbledon in the open era, will be chasing multiple records. Djokovic would reach Roger Federer’s record of eight Wimbledon championships in men’s singles if he wins at Wimbledon in 2023.

Kazakhstan’s Elena Rybakina, the reigning women’s singles winner, is seeded third. The top seed is Aryna Sabalenka, who has been ranked No. 2 since April of last year, followed by Poland’s Iga Swiatek. Ons Jabeur of Tunisia, the finalist from the last competition, is seeded sixth.

Men’s singles winner odds, top 5

Player Odds
Novak Djokovic -150
Carlos Alcaraz +350
Daniil Medvedev +1800
Jannik Sinner +1800
Alexander Zverev +2800

Women’s singles winner odds, top 5

Player Odds
Iga Swiatek +275
Elena Rybakina +550
Aryna Sabalenka +550
Petra Kvitova +1100
Coco Gauff +1600

Wimbledon 2023 Tickets

Wimbledon 2023 Tickets
Wimbledon 2023 Tickets

Tickets for Wimbledon 2023 are highly sought after. While the official Wimbledon website is the most reliable ticket source, several tour companies offer Wimbledon 2023 packages, including access, accommodation, and sometimes even travel.

Wimbledon2023 Qualifying Dates

The qualifying rounds for Wimbledon 2023 will occur in the week leading up to the main tournament. These matches are typically held at the Bank of England Sports Centre in Roehampton, just a short distance from the All-England Club.

Wimbledon 2023 Final
Wimbledon 2023 Final
Wimbledon 2023 Final

The finals of Wimbledon 2023 are set to be thrilling events. The Ladies’ Singles Final and Men’s Doubles Final will take place on Saturday, July 15, 2023, while the Men’s Singles Final and Ladies’ Doubles Final will be held on Sunday, July 16, 2023.

Wimbledon 2024 Dates

While the exact dates for Wimbledon 2024 have yet to be officially announced, the tournament traditionally begins in late June or early July. So, keep your calendars open and stay tuned for updates!

Conclusion

Wimbledon 2023 promises to be an exciting event with high-stakes matches and unforgettable moments. Whether you plan to attend in person or watch from home, this guide should help you stay on top of all the action. Remember, the ball is in your court!

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