Nineteenth-seeded Karolina Muchova will take on German tennis star Angelique Kerber in the quarter-final of Wimbledon 2021 on Tuesday. Muchova has been relentless this season. Throughout her Wimbledon 2021 campaign, she has dropped just one set.
In her last encounter, Muchova thrashed Paula Badosa in straight sets. In the first set, Badosa did stretch her opponent a bit, but Muchova kept her cool and eventually won the set and the contest without much hassle. Muchova came into the Wimbledon after a disastrous outing at grass-court Berlin championships. However, the way she has started at Wimbledon suggests that she has surely gotten rid of all the nerves. Below are the timings as to when tennis fans can catch Karolina Muchova in action on Tuesday.
- London- 2:15 PM
- Delhi- 6:45 PM
- New York- 9:15 AM
- Geneva- 3:15 PM
- Melbourne- 11:15 PM
- France- 3:15 PM
Karolina Muchova vs Angelique Kerber Live Stream details
Angelique Kerber had to fight hard in a couple of her matches which were stretched to three sets. However, the way she defeated twentieth-seeded Coco Gauff in straight sets in her fourth-round clash depicts that she is undoubtedly back at her best. Kerber was stretched by Aliaksandra Sasnovich in her third-round clash. However, after dropping the first set, Kerber bageled Sasnovich and confirmed her place in the next round. The highly-awaited clash between Karolina Muchova and Angelique Kerber will be telecasted on BBC TV and live-streamed on Prime Video in the UK.
Fans in India can catch the live action at Wimbledon on Star Sports Select 1 or Star Sports Select 2 HD. The match will also be live-streamed on Hotstar. In Australia, the match will be telecasted on Channel Nine. In Latin American countries, the match will be broadcasted on ESPN Latin America.
|UK||BBC TV and Radio, Eurosport UK|
|USA||ESPN, Tennis Channel|
|Middle East||beIN Sports MENA|
|Brazil||Band Sports, TV Globo|
|Africa||Canal Plus International (Afrique)|
|Latin America||ESPN Latin America|
|South East Asia||Fox Sports|
|New Zealand||Sky NZ|
Kerber stepped into the grass-court grand slam after the title victory at Bad Homburg Open and is expected to go past Karolina Muchova as well in order to make her way into the semis at Wimbledon 2021. However, Karolina Muchova will not go down without a fight.