Wimbledon 2021 is just around the corner, as the third Grandslam of the year will be held in under two weeks time. The grueling clay court season came to an end last week, after the conclusion of French Open 2021. Last year, the Wimbledon was canceled owing to the covid-19 pandemic, and as a result, the excitement for the Championships is even more this year.
Fan across the world will be eager to know the dates for the draw ceremonies for Wimbledon 2021. The tournament is scheduled to be held from June 28-July 11, with the qualifiers starting as early as next week.
Full schedule of Wimbledon 2021 Draw Ceremony
The qualifying stage draw will be held on Sunday, 20th June as the event starts from Monday. Men’s Qualifying Draw will take place on Sunday, whereas, for Women’s it will be held on Monday, 21st June. There will be three qualifying rounds, which a player has to win to be a part of the main draw.
The main draw ceremony will be held on June 25, as the Championships kick off in three days time. The draw for the Mixed Doubles event will be held on June 30. The draw for the Junior’s event will take place in the second week of the Championships.
|Men’s Singles Qualifying||June 20, 4 pm local time|
|Women’s Singles Qualifying||June 21, 4 pm local time|
|Main Draw (Men’s/Women’s)||June 25, 10 am|
|Doubles (Men’s/ Women’s)||June 25, 12 noon|
|Mixed Doubles||June 30, 12 noon|
|Junior Singles||July 4, 7 pm|
|Junior Doubles||July 5, 4 pm|
|Wheelchair/ Quad||July 6, 10:30 am|
The tournament organizers were dealt with a huge blow as two marquee players, Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka have decided to withdraw from the Championships this year.
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