Wimbledon draw: Roger Federer avoids Novak Djokovic until final

The 2021 Wimbledon Championships will commence from June 28 with the Gentlemen and Ladies' finals being player on July 10 and July 11 respectively.

Wimbledon
Wimbledon Championships

The draw for the oldest and most prestigious championship in tennis- Wimbledon is out and needless to say, we have an action packed fortnight of tennis packed at the All England Club starting Monday. Take a look at the official draw both Gentleman and Ladies. Novak Djokovic is the defending champion and top seed on the Gentleman’s side while Ash Barty is the top seed in the Ladies’ section.

Interestingly, unlike French Open, Djokovic and Federer haven’t been drawn in same half, which means that tehy won’t be meeting each other until the final.

Gentleman’s Singles draw

Men's Singles first quarter
Men’s Singles first quarter
Men's Singles second quarter
Men’s Singles second quarter
Men's Singles third quarter
Men’s Singles third quarter
Men's Singles fourth quarter
Men’s Singles fourth quarter

Ladies’ Singles draw

Women's Singles first quarter
Women’s Singles first quarter
Women's Singles second quarter
Women’s Singles second quarter
Women's Singles third quarter
Women’s Singles third quarter
Women's Singles fourth quarter
Women’s Singles fourth quarter

Roger Federer’s path to glory

Federer's first Wimbledon title
Roger Federer

First Round: Adrian Mannarino
Second Round: Richard Gasquet / Yuichi Sugita
Third Round: Cameron Norrie
Fourth Round: Pablo Carreno Busta / Lorenzo Sonego
Quartefinal: Daniil Medvedev / HubertHurkacz
Semifinal: Alexander Zverev / Matteo Berrettini
Final: Novak Djokovic / Stefanos Tsitsipas/ Andrey Rublev

Novak Djokovic’s path to glory

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic

First Round: Jack Draper
Second Round: Kevin Anderson
Third Round: Davidovich Fokina / Andreas Seppi
Fourth Round: Gael Monfils / Cristian Garin
Quarterfinal: Andrey Rublev / Diego Schwartzman
Semifinal: Stefanos Tsitsipas / Roberto Bautista Agut
Final: Daniil Medvedev / Alexander Zverev / Roger Federer / Matteo Berrettini

Also read: List of broadcasters for Wimbledon 2021