Wimbledon 2022 schedule: everything you need to know

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There are few events on the tennis calendar that match Wimbledon’s attendance figures. Here we look at everything you need to know about the event as we talk Wimbledon Plan. We will cover the events from day one to the last event; You won’t want to miss it either, as for the first time the action will span a full two weeks.

Right, let’s dive into Wimbledon plan

Schedule Wimbledon 2022

First day: Monday 27 June

The Wimbledon The schedule begins with the opening round in men’s and women’s singles.

Second day: Tuesday 28 June

On the second day, matches from the first round will continue for both men and women.

Third day: Wednesday 29 June

Already on the third day things get hectic. The gender doubles tournament begins with the ties in the first round, while the players who made it through their respective singles matches in the first round will compete for a place in the third round.

Fourth day: Thursday 30 June

On the fourth day, the men’s and women’s second round singles and doubles matches will resume. At the end of this day, the draws of the third round (singles) and the second round (doubles) will be known.

Day Five: Friday, July 1st

On day five of the Wimbledon 2022 schedule, three competitions are in full swing. In the men’s and women’s singles and doubles, the second and third rounds begin. The other event that starts here is the mixed doubles.

Day Six: Saturday, July 2nd

The first Wimbledon weekend comes with a bang. Saturday brings the third round singles match, the second round doubles match, the final of the first round mixed doubles match and the opening of the boys’ and girls’ singles tournament.

Day Seven: Sunday, July 3rd

Sunday picks up where Saturday left off. The men’s and women’s pools begin to shrink at the start of round four, while all adult doubles competitions advance to the round of 16. The opening round of boys’ and girls’ singles continues.

Eighth day: Monday, July 4th

At the beginning of the second week, the men and women compete for a place in the quarterfinals in both singles and doubles. The mixed doubles round of 16 will also be decided, and the girls’ singles and boys’ doubles competitions will continue.

Day Nine: Tuesday, July 5th

Day nine sees Wimbledon’s first mixed doubles semi-final. Men and women compete in their quarterfinals in both singles and doubles for a place in the semifinals. The second round of girls’ singles will also take place, along with the start of the boys’ doubles competition.

Schedule Wimbledon 2022

Day 10: Wednesday 6th July

Another day of quarter-final action awaits those who are still standing in both men’s and women’s singles and doubles. All boys and girls tournaments go to the round of 16 and the double invitational tournament also starts.

Day 11: Thursday 7th July

Boom! The first Wimbledon final comes on day 11 with the mixed doubles trophy at stake. The women are battling for a final spot in the singles semifinals while the men are in the same phase of their doubles tournament. The boys, girls and wheelchair competitions are all in the quarterfinals.

Day 12: Friday, July 8th

Friday 8th July is a day full of semi-finals. The men’s singles compete for a spot in the finals, and the women’s doubles takes place in the same stage. They also have the single wheelchair and quad wheelchair doubles semi-finals alongside a variety of junior events.

Day 13: Saturday 9th July

The penultimate day is loaded. You have a number of boys and girls competing in the finals of various events, then there is the women’s wheelchair final, the men’s wheelchair semi-final, the quad wheelchair singles semi-final and, the two highlights of the day, the women’s singles final and men’s doubles final.

Day 14: Sunday 10th July

Finally we come to the final day of the Wimbledon 2022 schedule. There’s no denying that the outstanding match with the men’s singles final stands out here, although the flagship match in women’s doubles isn’t too far behind. Additionally, it’s similar to Saturday, where the youth play their finals and the men’s and quad wheelchair finals conclude a hectic but likely memorable two-week tennis week.

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