Wimbledon Tennis - 2022

Wimbledon - 27th June - 10th July

Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world.

Novak Djokovic won his 20th major title in the men’s singles and Australia’s Ashleigh Barty won the ladies’ singles as matches were held with reduced crowd capacities in 2021.

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    Wimbledon 2022

    Wimbledon is set to start later this month after being mired in controversy following the ban on Russian and Belarusian players, and the subsequent decision by the ATP and WTA tours to strip the tournament of ranking points.

    Novak Djokovic will be the defending men’s champion at SW19 while last year’s women’s winner Ashleigh Barty will not be back as she has retired. Karolina Pliskova was the runner-up to Barty in 2021.

    The main draw for Wimbledon starts on Monday, June 27. Qualifying for the tournament gets under way on Monday, June 20 and finishes on Thursday, June 23. This will be the first year that the Grand Slam is planned to be played over 14 days, including the middle Sunday, which was previously a rest day.

    Cameron Norrie and Emma Raducanu will be the highest-ranked British players in the draw.

    Wimbledon made a significant change last year as seeds are now determined by their world rankings, rather than with the help of the grass-court formula that had previously been used.

    World No. 3 Djokovic, who has won the last three editions of Wimbledon, will lead the men’s field this time around in the absence of world No. 1 Medvedev and world No. 2 Alexander Zverev, who will not play due to the injury he suffered in defeat to Rafael Nadal in the French Open semi-finals.

    Nadal will be the second seed if he enters; he is currently recovering from treatment on his chronic foot problem but has been practising on grass in Mallorca. Casper Ruud, who was beaten in the first round of Queen’s, is set to be the third seed ahead of Stefanos Tsitsipas, Carlos Alcaraz and Felix Auger-Aliassime.

    On the women’s side, world No. 1 Iga Swiatek will be the top seed as she looks to extend her record-equalling 35-match winning run and secure a third Grand Slam title.

    New world No. 2 Anett Kontaveit will currently be second seed, with Paula Badosa third seed and Ons Jabeur, who is playing doubles with Serena Williams in Eastbourne next week, the fourth seed.

    Williams be unseeded as she has got a wild card to enter the tournament.

    Murray and Raducanu will be the two headline British names if they play, but both have suffered injury setbacks early in their grass preparation.

    Murray enjoyed an impressive run to the final of the Stuttgart Open before being struck down with an abdominal injury. He pulled out of Queen’s as he looks to ensure he will be fit for Wimbledon, where he is a two-time champion.

    Raducanu only lasted 35 minutes of her first grass match of the season at the Nottingham Open. The British No. 1, playing competitively in the UK for the first time since her shock US Open win last summer, had to withdraw due to a side injury. She may return at the Eastbourne International ahead of Wimbledon.