Everything You Need to Know About Wimbledon 2023: Schedule, Favorites, and More

On July 3rd the 136th Wimbledon Championships started. The best tennis professionals in the world will compete on Church Road in London until July 16th.

The first hammer message was already before the start of the tournament. Last year’s finalist Nick Kyrgios cannot take part in this year’s Grand Slam tournament. The Australian is suffering from a wrist injury.

A German hope also had to cancel participation prematurely. Jan-Lennard Struff is also absent due to a hip injury.

ran answers the most important questions about the famous lawn classic.

Wimbledon 2023 live: When and where does the tennis classic start?

The Grand Slam tournament begins on July 3 in London’s Wimbledon district. The classic ends on Sunday 16 July with the men’s final.

Wimbledon 2023 live: The games at a glance

Damn, Finale:

Sat., 15:00, Center Court: Marketa Vondrousova (CZE) – Ons Jabeur (TUN)

Gentlemen, Final:

So., Center Court: Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) – Novak Djokovic (SRB)

Wimbledon 2023 live: What is the schedule?

The schedule at a glance:

Monday 3 July: 1st round Tuesday 4 July: 1st round Wednesday 5 July: 2nd round Thursday 6 July: 2nd round Friday 7 July: 3rd round Saturday 8 July : Round 3 Sunday, July 9: Round 4 Monday, July 10: Round 4 Tuesday, July 11: Quarterfinals Wednesday, July 12: Quarterfinals Thursday, July 13: Semifinals Friday, July 14: Semifinals Saturday, July 15: Women’s Final Sunday, July 16: Men’s Final

An overview of the complete schedule and the results can be found here at ran!

Who is broadcasting Wimbledon 2023 live on pay TV?

The Grand Slam will also be broadcast live and exclusively this year by pay-TV channel Sky. The station shows the matches in individual games and sometimes also in the conference.

Wimbledon 2023 live: is there a broadcast on free TV?

No, the tournament will not be shown on free TV.

Wimbledon 2023 live: is there a live stream?

Sky also offers a live stream. However, a paid Wow subscription is required for this.

In addition to Sky, BILD is offering a total of five Sky Wimbledon matches in a free live stream through a cooperation. From the first round up to and including the quarter-finals, one match per round will be streamed live free of charge.

Wimbledon 2023 live: where is there a live ticker?

There is a live ticker for the Grand Slam tournament here at ran.

Wimbledon 2023 live: who are the defending champions?

In the men’s category, current world number two and seven-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic is the defending champion. Last year, the Serb beat Australian Nick Kyrgios in four sets (4: 6, 6: 3, 6: 4, 7: 6).

In the women’s category, Elena Rybakina from Kazakhstan is the defending champion. In 2022 she won the final against Tunisian Ons Jabeur in three sets (3: 6, 6: 2, 6: 2).

Wimbledon 2023 live: how much is the prize money?

The total prize money of the tournament is 52.3 million euros – a record sum. The prize money in detail in the overview:

Winner: 2,750,000 euros Finalist: 1,370,000 euros Semifinals: 701,712 euros Quarterfinals: 397,636 euros Round of 16: 242,090 euros 3rd round: 153,207 euros 2nd round: 99,410 euros 1st round: 64,320 euros

Wimbledon 2023 live: What surface will be played on?

As always, the legendary Wimbledon Grand Slam is played on grass.

Wimbledon 2023 live: who are the favourites?

In addition to defending champion Novak Djokovic (Serbia), world number one Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) is also very popular. Incidentally, superstar Rafael Nadal (Spain) is still injured – as is last year’s finalist Nick Kyrgios (Australia).

In the women’s category, world number one Iga Swiatek (Poland) and world number two Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus) compete with defending champion Elena Rybakina (Kazakhstan).

Wimbledon 2023 live: Which German professionals are there?

All German participants at a glance:

Men: Alexander Zverev (already eliminated), Daniel Altmaier (already eliminated), Yannick Hanfmann (already eliminated), Dominik Koepfer (already eliminated), Maximilian Marterer (already eliminated), Oscar Otte (already eliminated) Ladies: Tatjana Maria (already eliminated ), Jule Niemeier (already eliminated), Anna-Lena Friedsam (already eliminated), Tamara Korpatsch (already eliminated)

How many Germans have already won Wimbledon?

Only five Germans were able to win the tournament in Wimbledon: Boris Becker (1985, 1986 & 1989), Michael Stich (1991), Cilly Aussem (1931), Steffi Graf (1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995 & 1996) and Angelique Kerber (2018).

2023-07-14 18:51:00
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