Wimbledon 2023: Dates, Schedule, and Key Events

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Wimbledon 2023 is just around the corner, and the world’s finest players have already begun their grass-court preparations. Despite the absence of numerous major names from the lists, the 2023 edition of the legendary, typically British sports event seems likely to be another blockbuster. The finest men’s and women’s players in the world will fight for the coveted championship. The tournament’s singles competition will be led by world No. 1 Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek. Both players had just returned after winning the French Open. They are attempting to win their second Grand Slam in a row.

Wimbledon qualifying will take place from Monday, June 26 until Thursday, June 29. The main draw will take place from Monday, July 3 through Sunday, July 16.

ATP Men’s Singles (Grand Slam)

  • First round: Monday 3rd – Tuesday 4th July
  • Second round: Wednesday 5th – Thursday 6th July
  • Third round: Friday 7th – Saturday 8th July
  • Fourth round: Sunday 9th – Monday 10th July
  • Quarter-finals: Tuesday 11th – Wednesday 12th July
  • Semi-finals: Friday 14th July
  • Final: Sunday 16th July

WTA Women’s Singles (Grand Slam)

  • First round: Monday 3rd – Tuesday 4th July
  • Second round: Wednesday 5th – Thursday 6th July
  • Third round: Friday 7th – Saturday 8th July
  • Fourth round: Sunday 9th – Monday 10th July
  • Quarter-finals: Tuesday 11th – Wednesday 12th July
  • Semi-finals: Thursday 13th July
  • Final: Saturday 15th July

Top Rank Players

Men

Photo Credits: LTA
  • Novak Djokovic: Serbia
  • Carlos Alcaraz: Spain
  • Daniil Medvedev: Russia
  • Casper Ruud: Norway
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas: Greece
  • Holger Rune: Denmark
  • Andrey Rublev: Russia
  • Taylor Fritz: USA
  • Jannik Sinner: Italy
  • Frances Tiafoe: USA

Women

Photo Credits: LTA
  • Iga Swiatek (Poland)
  • Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus)
  • Elena Rybakina (Kazakhstan)
  • Caroline Garcia (France)
  • Jessica Pegula (U.S.)
  • Ons Jabeur (Tunisia)
  • Coco Gauff (U.S.)
  • Maria Sakkari (Greece)
  • Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic)
  • Beatriz Haddad Maia (Brazil)

Where to Watch?

Every Wimbledon match will be broadcast on BBC iPlayer, with fans able to select whatever court they wish to watch. Clare Balding will anchor BBC One and iPlayer coverage from the All England Club during the event. Daily coverage will be provided by BBC Radio 5 Live and Sounds, as well as the 6-Love-6 phone-in with John McEnroe and Tim Henman. On the BBC Sport website and app, there will be daily live written commentary, as well as footage, live scores, stories, features, and all the finest Wimbledon material. If you miss any of the excitement, you can watch Today at Wimbledon on BBC Two and iPlayer every day at 21:00 BST.

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