Wimbledon 2023, arguably the biggest tennis tournament, is set to start on July 3 this summer.
As such, all eyes will be on the All England Club as the action kicks off this summer as most of the sport’s bigger stars square off and battle it out for the top spot.
For the men, British favorites Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans and Andy Murray will look to find success alongside top seed Novak Djokovic on home soil, while world number one Iga Swiatek will be hoping to repeat her success from the French Open with winning her first Wimbledon title.
But when will we find out who is playing who at Wimbledon 2023? The sports news is available with all information.
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When is the Wimbledon 2023 draw?
The draw for the men’s and women’s singles for Wimbledon 2023 will take place on Friday June 30th.
This date comes four days before the start of this year’s All England Club Main Event and marks when some of the biggest players will find out which side of the draw they’re on.
As always, qualification for the tournament takes place one week before the start of the main draw.
What does the Wimbledon schedule look like in 2023?
The 2023 Wimbledon edition will continue to be a 14-day competition with no middle Sunday rest day, as was the tradition prior to last year’s tournament.
The middle Sunday was originally used to work on the condition of the grass pitches in SW19, but organizers now believe the quality of the surfaces can take the wear and tear of an extra day of action.
Here is the full schedule for the men’s and women’s singles competitions at Wimbledon 2023.
|3rd-4th July||First round|
|5th-6th July||Second round|
|7th-8th July||third round|
|9th-10th July||fourth round|
|11-12 July||quarter finals|
|July 13th||Women’s Semifinals|
|July 14th||Men’s Semifinals|
|15th of July||women finals|
|16th of July||men’s final|