Wimbledon 2022: Order of play for Day 8 Monday, 4th July 2022

Find out the schedule for the Day 8 of the ongoing Wimbledon 2022 with the singles event looking to confirm its quarter-finalists today.

Rafael Nadal, Nick Kyrgios, Simona Halep - Headliners for Day 8 at Wimbledon 2022
Rafael Nadal, Nick Kyrgios, Simona Halep - Headliners for Day 8 at Wimbledon 2022

Day 8 at Wimbledon 2022 will see the start of the second week with bookings for the quarter-finals spots coming to a conclusion provided there is no delay due to weather conditions. Day 7 saw the Centenary Celebrations with a plethora of Wimbledon and Grand Slam champions returning to the Center Court to commemorate the special occasion ahead of the Day’s play.

On Day 8, the stars in action will be Rafael Nadal, Simona Halep, Nick Kyrgios and Taylor Fritz. The Day will see majority of the matches played in the Doubles events and the Junior events as the singles events are now into the 4th round and have considerably lesser matches. Court No. 9, 10, 11 and 16 won’t be in use today while the remaining 13 courts will see the action taking place.

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Wimbledon 2022 Order of Play for Monday, 4th July:

Wimbledon 2022
Wimbledon
CENTRE COURT (1.30PM)
NO.1 COURT (1.00PM)
  • Elena Rybakina vs Petra Martic
  • Jason Kubler vs Taylor Fritz
  • Amanda Anisimova vs Harmony Tan
NO.2 COURT (11AM)
  • Cristian Garin vs Alex de Minaur
  • Alize Cornet vs Ajla Tomljanovic
  • Reserved for Doubles
NO.3 COURT (11AM)
  • Reserved for Doubles
COURT 4 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Junior Events
COURT 5 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Junior Events
COURT 6 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Junior Events
COURT 7 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Junior Events
COURT 8 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Junior Events
COURT 12 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Doubles
  • Reserved for Junior Events
COURT 14 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Doubles
  • Reserved for Junior Events
COURT 15 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Junior Events
  • Reserved for Doubles
COURT 17 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Doubles
  • Reserved for Junior Events
COURT 18 (11AM)
  • Reserved for Junior Events
  • Reserved for Doubles

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