With Tennis’ most prestigious tournament right around the corner, get the inside scoop on the Order of Play at Wimbledon 2024!
On Monday 1st July tennis fans from around the World will congregate at one of London’s most famous postcodes, SW19, for the sport’s most esteemed Grand Slam.
In 2023, Wimbledon delivered us a new superstar when Carlos Alcaraz defeated the seemingly indominable Novak Djokovic in a five set thriller.
Make sure to tune in to Wimbledon 2024 to see if Alcaraz can defend his title. It promises to be another 14 days of action packed tennising excellence.
What will be the Order of Play at Wimbledon 2024?
Much like with the 2023 tournament, Wimbledon will be holding matches on the middle Sunday. This means non stop tennis for two weeks!
Both Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ singles matches will be held on the same day, up until the semi-final stage, where the Ladies' matches will be played the day before the Gentlemen's matches.
The important thing to remember with the order of play at Wimbledon 2024 is the rule of two. Each round, for both Gentlemen and Ladies, will be contested over two days, up until the semi-final stage, at that point the Ladies’ matches will occur the day before the Gentlemen’s matches.
It is important to note that this Schedule is not finalised and may be subject to change due to weather, player injury, or other factors out of our control.
What time will matches commence?
It has been announced that all matches on the outside courts at Wimbledon 2024 will begin play at 11am.
However, this is slightly different if you are hoping to catch a match on Centre court or Court No.1.
Centre Court will retain the start time that it has used for the last few years, with matches set to start at 1.30pm.
Court No.1 will have a slightly earlier start that Centre Court, with matches there getting underway at 1pm.
When will we know which players are playing where?
The players and the courts they will be playing on will be announced the night before the next day’s play, and while we don’t know exactly which players will be playing on which courts yet, we do know the Schedule that the matches will follow.
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