Get Ready for Wimbledon 2023: Schedule, Qualification, and Information

Wimbledon 2023 takes place from July 3rd to 16th. We have the schedule for the Grand Slam tournament as well as all information about the schedule and qualification for you.

It is the oldest and at the same time most important tennis tournament in the world: The Wimbledon Championships. The venue is the district of the same name in the British capital of London. The tennis tournament has been held since 1877 and is also the third of a total of four Grand Slam tournaments on the schedule. Accordingly, Wimbledon always takes place after the Australian and French Opens, which is then supplemented by the US Open. This year the tennis tournament will be in its 136th edition. The special feature is that this Grand Slam tournament is played on grass. Last year, Novak Djokovic won in the men’s category and Jelena Rybakina in the women’s category.

When is the start this year? When is this year’s tournament scheduled and what is the schedule like? We provide you with all the important information about the most important tennis tournament in the world.

Wimbledon 2023: Qualification and start of the 136th edition

Traditionally, Wimbledon takes place in the summer months of June and July. This year the kick-off was on Monday July 3, 2023. That was the start of the 1st round of the tennis tournament. Before that, the qualification phase took place from June 26th to 29th.

Those who – like most of them probably – are not able to follow the tournament on site can alternatively rely on the broadcast live on TV and stream. This mainly runs through the provider Sky. However, individual matches can also be played via the live stream from BILD be considered.

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Wimbledon 2023: Date and hosting of the Grand Slam tournament in London

As already mentioned, the 136th Wimbledon Championships kicked off on Monday, July 3, 2023. The tournament ends on July 16, 2023 with the men’s final. As an overview, we will briefly present the most important information about the date and the event:

Grand Slam Tournament: 136. Wimbledon Championships
Underground: Lawn
Start: Monday July 3rd, 2023
End: Sunday July 16th, 2023
Venue: All England Club, Church Road in London (Wimbledon)

The schedule of the tennis tournament Wimbledon 2023

Between July 3 and July 16, 2023, the Grand Slam tournament Wimbledon will be played from the 1st round to the final. The following overview, which is based on the official schedule of the Wimbledon Championships, shows you which days the respective men’s and women’s rounds take place:

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1 round: July 3rd and 4th, 2023 (men’s and women’s singles)
2nd round: 5th and 6th July 2023 (men’s and women’s singles)
3rd round: 7th and 8th July 2023 (men’s and women’s singles)
4th round: 9th and 10th July 2023 (women’s and men’s singles)
Quarterfinals: July 11 (women’s singles) and July 12 (men’s singles)
Semifinals: July 13 (women’s singles) and July 14 (men’s singles)
Final singles: July 15 (women) and July 16 (men)
Final doubles: July 15 (men) and July 16 (women)

Wimbledon 2023: These are the record winners of the Grand Slam tournament

The Swiss Roger Federer currently holds the record for the most Wimbledon victories for men. The tennis legend has a total of eight wins. Close behind is reigning champion Novak Djokovic, who could also have eight titles with a win this year.

In the women’s category, Martina Navratilova, who was born in the Czech Republic, won the most titles with a total of nine. They are followed by Steffi Graf and Serena Williams, who have each won seven times.

2023-07-06 04:31:23
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