Former World No. 1 Andy Murray will take on German tennis star Oscar Otte in the second round of Wimbledon 2021 on Wednesday. Murray is undoubtedly the crowd’s favorite at Wimbledon. After an extended battle with injuries, Murray made a nervous comeback on the grass court in Queen’s 2021.
After being knocked out by top-seeded Matteo Berrettini in only the second round at Queen’s, many speculations were made on Murray’s future in the world of tennis. However, he silenced his critics after thrashing World No. 28 Nikoloz Basilashvili in four sets. Despite interruptions, Murray didn’t lose his focus and announced himself on the big stage in emphatic style. Below are the timings as to when tennis fans can catch Andy Murray in action on Wednesday.
- London- 4:45 PM
- Delhi- 9:15 PM
- New York- 11:45 PM
- Geneva- 5:45 PM
- Melbourne- 1:45 AM
- France- 5:45 PM
Andy Murray vs Oscar Otte Live Stream details
Andy Murray has made a comeback at Wimbledon after four long years winning a single’s game in the marquee tournament after 2017. He looks fit and in great form which is not a good sign for his opponents. Whereas Oscar Otte battled incredibly hard in the first-round clash against Arthur Rinderknech in order to book his place in the second round. The highly-awaited clash between Andy Murray and Oscar Otte 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|
Otte performed brilliantly in the qualifiers to make his way into the main draw. He thrashed Henri Laaksonen, Maxime Janvier, and Yasutaka Uchiyama respectively without dropping a single set in all three matches. His spirits would be high after the win against Arthur Rinderknech in the first round. However, it would be fair to say that the odds are in favor of the experienced Murray who looked unstoppable in his last game.
Prediction: Andy Murray to win in 4 sets.