Djokovic-Senner at 2.30pm on Centrale: The Tuesday program at Wimbledon

Djokovic-Senner at 2.30pm on Centrale: The Tuesday program at Wimbledon

The match between Yannick and Knoll will open today in the central stadium, followed by Jaber. Nouri and Goffin will play on Court 1

Thanks to the first few times, Jannik Sinner gets a taste of it. First victory on grass (against Stan Wawrinka), first match at Wimbledon Central, first challenge against Carlos Alcaraz at Grand Slam level. And now, he faced his first major cross against Novak Djokovic only once in his career: last year at Monte Carlo, the Serbian successfully finished in two sets. The match will be between the two, in the quarter-finals of the tournament, on the central court. And it will be the first of the day: the time is 2:30 pm, Italian time.

field 1

Whoever wins between Djokovic and Sinner will find in the semi-finals between Cameron Nouri – host, seed No. 9 – and expert David Goffin: The two will take the field in the second match on Court 1, and the program will be opened by the challenger female, all-German, between Tatiana Maria and Jules Niemeyer. . Intergenerational clash, with 12 years between the two: At 35 and back from second maternity leave, Maria makes her first Grand Slam quarter-finalist. Beating Maria Sakkari and Yelena Ostapenko, who are ranked 5th and 13th in the world rankings, the 103rd in the world has no limits: the designation is at 14 Italians.

Jaber after we will

The fourth and final match of the day in terms of a singles tie will be the other women’s quarter-final match from the bottom: 3rd seed Anas Jabeur will face Czech world number 66 Marie Bozkova. The two players will play on the central after the match between Sener and Djokovic, the most anticipated match of the day and not only by the Italian public. Once again for the first time for Jannik, who knows it might not be another day of glory.

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