Wimbledon preview, 4-10 July 2022

Wimbledon preview, 4-10 July 2022

News 06 July 2022

SuperSport viewers on DStv can look forward to seeing all the action from the third tennis Grand Slam of the year, The Championships, Wimbledon, which will be held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London. The second week of the tournament runs from Monday 4 to Sunday 10 July 2022. 

Wimbledon preview, 4-10 July 2022

SuperSport viewers on DStv can look forward to seeing all the action from the third tennis Grand Slam of the year, The Championships, Wimbledon, which will be held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London. The second week of the tournament runs from Monday 4 to Sunday 10 July 2022. 

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In the Women’s Singles tournament, most of the top seeds have fallen away – including French Open champion Iga Swiatek, who was defeated by unseeded Alize Cornet in the Third Round this past weekend – but Spaniard Paula Badosa and 2019 Wimbledon champion Simona Halep of Romania are both looking strong ahead of their clash on Monday. 

“Petra [Kvitova] is a champion and for me one of the biggest challenges is to play Petra on grass," Badosa said after defeating the former two-time Wimbledon champion on Saturday. "Today, being able to play against her it was already a pleasure and you can't imagine how I feel after this win. For me it's unbelievable. 

“I remember in 2014 I came here to play juniors and one of the first matches I watched was on Centre Court, Petra winning Wimbledon. So you can imagine, for me stepping on Centre Court for the first time playing against a legend like her is really, really special. She's been an inspiration for me in my career." 

In the Men’s Singles, the usual suspects of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are looking on course for a potential meeting in the championship Final on Sunday 10 July, though the likes of Alex de Minaur, Nick Kyrgios, Brandon Nakashima and Taylor Fritz are hoping to make a breakthrough for the next generation. 

Nakashima and Fritz, alongside Frances Tiafoe and Tommy Paul represented the most American men in the last 16 at the All England Lawn Tennis Club since 1999, and the most to reach the fourth round at a major since the 2011 US Open. 

"I think we're sending a message that we have a lot of depth and there's a lot of strong players that are coming up, constantly improving,” said number 11 seed Fritz, when asked about the strong American showing after his Third Round victory against Alex Molcan. 

"I've said this before. I guess we don't necessarily have all the attention because we don't have a current Grand Slam champion, a current guy that's one, two, three in the world, but we've got six or seven guys that are in the top 40 that are all young. Four guys in the Round of 16, and we could have more. We have a lot of depth and we have a lot of guys that are constantly getting better.” 

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Wimbledon broadcast details, second week, 4-10 July 

All times CAT 

Monday 4 July, Day 8 

11:55: Singles, Fourth Round – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Tennis 

11:55: Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action 

Tuesday 5 July, Day 9 

11:55: Women’s Singles Quarterfinals – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Tennis 

11:55: Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action 

Wednesday 6 July, Day 10 

11:55: Men’s Singles Quarterfinals – LIVE on SuperSport Grandstand and SuperSport Tennis 

11:55: Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action 

Thursday 7 July, Day 11 

11:55: Women’s Singles Semifinals – LIVE on SuperSport Tennis 

11:55: Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action 

Friday 8 July, Day 12 

11:55: Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action 

14:25: Men’s Singles Semifinals – LIVE on SuperSport Tennis 

20:30: Mixed Doubles Final – LIVE on SuperSport Tennis 

Saturday 9 July, Day 13 

11:55: Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action 

14:45: Women’s Final – LIVE on SuperSport Tennis 

18:00: Men’s Doubles FinalLIVE on SuperSport Tennis 

Sunday 10 July, Day 14 

11:55: Second Feed – LIVE on SuperSport Action 

14:45: Men’s Final – LIVE on SuperSport Tennis 

18:00: Women’s Doubles FinalLIVE on SuperSport Tennis 

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