Your full guide to the Wimbledon Tournament
Tennis
Tennis
06.19.2017.
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Everybody’s favorite tennis tournament is about to start in London, and if you haven’t got tickets yet, let Baroque Access assist

 

The Wimbledon 2017 Tournament starts on Monday 3 July and will have the crowds excited right through till the men’s championship finals on Sunday 16 July. Following Rafael Nadal’s victory (his 10th) at the French Open recently, everybody, including Roger Federer, will be waiting with baited breath to see how things go down at this year’s Wimbledon Finals. 

 

 Rafael Nadal at the 2017 French Open

Rafael Nadal at the 2017 French Open

This year, to make sure everybody’s on the edge of their seats, whether watching the game live or on TV (if you’re in the US, that’s on Fox Sports), the men’s singles final and the mixed doubles final will be held on the same day. The weekend starts off with the ladies’ singles final and the men’s and ladies’ doubles final on Saturday 15 July, followed by the nail biting men’s finals and mixed doubles on the Sunday. This is going to be a memorable weekend, and if you’d like to attend, we can still assist you with getting tickets to watch Wimbledon live.

 

 Jelena Ostapenko at the 2017 French Open

Jelena Ostapenko at the 2017 French Open

Anticipation is high as the draw for the first round comes closer – this takes place on 1 July, just a few days before the start of the actual tournament and will set the tone for how things go down. As 120 of the best tennis players in the world get ready to show their mettle, speculation is rife. In the women’s finals, it’s an open book as Serena Williams bows out to await the arrival of a baby in September. Perhaps her big sister Venus will step up to take the plate? All remains to be seen.

 

 

WIMBLEDON 2017 SCHEDULE

Monday 3 July

First round matches: Reigning men’s champion

First round matches: Men’s singles

First round matches: Ladies’ singles

 

Tuesday 4 July

First round matches: Reigning ladies’ champion

First round matches: Men’s singles

First round matches: Ladies’ singles

 

Wednesday 5 July

Second round matches: Men’s singles

Second round matches: Ladies’ singles

First round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ doubles

 

Thursday 6 July

Second round matches: Men’s singles

Second round matches: Ladies’ singles

First round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ doubles

 

Friday 7 July

Third round matches: Men’s singles

Third round matches: Ladies’ singles

Second round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ doubles

 

Saturday 8 July

Third round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ singles

Second round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ doubles

First round matches: Mixed doubles

Men’s and Ladies over 35s and over 45s Championships start

 

Sunday 9 July

Fourth round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ singles

Third round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ doubles

First round matches: Mixed doubles

 

Monday 10 July

Fourth round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ singles

Third round matches: Men’s and Ladies’ doubles

First round matches: Mixed doubles

 

Tuesday 11 July

Quarter Finals: Ladies’ singles

Quarter Finals: Ladies’ doubles

Quarter Finals: Men’s doubles

 

Wednesday 12 July

Quarter Finals: Men’s singles

Semi Finals: Ladies’ doubles

 

Thursday 13 July

Semi Finals: Ladies’ singles

Semi Finals: Men’s doubles

 

Friday 14 July

Semi Finals: Men’s singles

Semi Finals: Men’s doubles

Quarter Finals: Mixed doubles

 

Saturday 15 July

Final Ladies’ singles

Final Ladies’ doubles

Semi Finals Mixed doubles

 

Sunday 16 July

Final Men’s singles

Final Mixed doubles

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