[LIVE~STREAMs@!!]! Wimbledon 2023 Live Free Online @REDDIT On 09 July 2023
The best tennis players in the world face off on the grass courts in the most prestigious tournament in the sport at 2023 Wimbledon. This year’s tournament will run from Monday, July 3 through Saturday, July 15 for the women and Sunday, July 16 for the men. With 128 players in both the men’s and the women’s draw, the first few days will see action-packed rounds as the field gets cut down in single elimination format. Wimbledon live streams 2023: How to watch right now, seeds, schedule and more
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The 2023 Wimbledon live streams continue today after Novak Djokovic advanced out of the second round. On the women's side, defending champ Elena Rybakina just entered the second round.
The world's best tennis players have hit the grass courts at the All England Tennis Club for the 136th edition of the Wimbledon Championships.
Djokovic beat Pedro Cachin in round 1, and took out Jordan Thompson in round 2. A tournament win would break his own record, with a 24th Grand Slam title. He'll have to get past No. 1 seed Carlos Alcaraz, as well as tough young guns Daniil Medvedev, Casper Ruud and Stefanos Tsitsipas. 2022 runner-up Nick Kyrgios announced his departure from the tourney before it could begin, due to a wrist injury.
Fresh off her victory at the French Open, women's No. 1 Iga Swiatek hopes to make it two in a row, despite never making it past the fourth round at Wimbledon. Swiatek's just defeated Sara Sorribes Tormo 6-2 6-0 in the second round. Defending champ Rybakina is a dangerous foe at No. 3, as is No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka.
In Thursday's notable action, Rybakina beat Sloane Stephens 4-6 7-5 6-4, and Stan Wawrinka beat Tomás Martin Etcheverry, 6-3 4-6 6-4 6-2. Today, Djokovic faces Wawrinka, Alcaraz faces Alexandre Müller and Swiatek takes on Petra Martic.
Make sure to catch all the tennis action by tuning into a Wimbledon live stream. Scroll down for details, the daily schedule and the seeds.
2023 Wimbledon live streams: TV schedule, dates
Dates: July 3-16
Time: 5 a.m. EDT / 10 a.m. BST / 7 p.m. AEST
2023 Wimbledon Schedule
Men’s and Women’s Singles schedule
First round — July 3-4
Second round — July 5-6
Third round — July 7-8
Fourth round — July 9-10
Quarterfinals — July 11-12
Women's Semifinals: July 13
Men's Semifinals: July 14
Women's Final: July 15
Men's Final: July 16
2023 Wimbledon Seeds
2023 Wimbledon Men's seeds
2023 Wimbledon Women's seeds
Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek return to top billing on Centre Court as the fourth round of the Championships get underway on the tournament’s middle Sunday.
Djokovic will continue his bid for a fifth consecutive Wimbledon title and the big-serving Polish player Hubert Hurkacz is set to be his toughest challenge yet at the All England Club. The Serbian, who raced past Stan Wawrinka on Saturday night, has yet to drop a set this week and will look to extend his winning run at Wimbledon to 32 matches against the 17th seed.
Swiatek takes on the Olympic champion Belinda Bencic, while Ukrainian wildcard Elina Svitolina faces former world No 1 Victoria Azarenka as she looks to continue her comeback run.
Meanwhile, British hopes are over in the singles after Katie Boulter was crushed by defending champion Elena Rybakina late on Saturday night. Boulter was the last British player standing after Andy Murray, Cameron Norrie and Liam Broady were knocked out on Friday but Rybakina produced a dominant performance to win 6-1 6-1 in just 56 minutes.
After a series of unfortunate events that led to postponed and canceled matches, the organizers of Wimbledon 2023 can finally breathe a sigh of relief. The hallowed grounds of London’s All England Club witnessed a full day of uninterrupted play, free from protests, bad weather, or poor light. Tennis fans around the world rejoiced as the tournament resumed its natural course, with hopes high for the remaining days of thrilling competition.
Novak Djokovic, a tennis maestro in his own right, will be aiming to secure his sixth Wimbledon title and add to his impressive collection of Grand Slam trophies. On the women’s side, Elena Rybakina will be determined to defend her Wimbledon crown.
Matteo Berrettini finally erased the painful memories of his Covid-19 enforced withdrawal from Wimbledon last year with a thumping 6-3, 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (7-5) win against Alexander Zverev in 2hrs 27mins on No 1 Court to set up a blockbuster fourth-round clash with Carlos Alcaraz, the top seed.
Berrettini has only played, due to injury, 17 matches this year and after defeating 19th seed Zverev said he was going to have “a day off, some pasta and prepare for Carlos”.
Berrettini is a proven winner on grass, a former Wimbledon finalist and Queen’s champion. Despite holding a 4-1 career advantage in previous meetings, Zverev knew he was facing one of the best on the surface.
Nothing confirms the onset of summer like the Wimbledon fortnight. And the good news is that the 2023 Championships are set to be among the most intriguing for some time, with ranking points up for grabs. Today's centre court action features Alcaraz vs Muller, the conclusion of Murray vs Tsitsipas, Swiatek vs Martic and Djokovic vs Wawrinka.
The overwhelming favourite in the men's singles is Novak Djokovic. The 36-year-old now stands alone atop the Grand Slam men's singles tree with 23 major titles to his name after a typically nerveless victory at the French Open in early June. The defending champion lifted his seventh SW19 crown 12 months ago, beating Nick Kyrgios in four sets in the final and in 2023 has the Calendar Slam in his sights after winning the Australian Open to go with his Roland Garros success. Perhaps the best chance to defeat Djokovic will be in the early rounds as he again has no plans to play a grass court warm up tournament pre-Wimbledon.
With Rafael Nadal again absent through injury, perhaps the biggest test for Djokovic lies in Carlos Alcaraz, who had to pull out of the pair's epic French Open semi-final with muscle cramps. The Spaniard entered Queen's and the early signs were good that his muscle problems are a thing of the past. Big-serving American Taylor Fritz and Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime have decent grass court pedigree, while Italian Jannick Sinner's all-court game could cause one or two problems, having taken Djokovic to five sets 12 months ago in the quarter-finals.
The recent French Open champion is also the favourite in the women's singles. Iga Swiatek's mental resilience was vital to her success at Roland Garros and the Pole will need plenty of that if she's to overcome what is a middling record on SW19's manicured lawns.
Swiatek's best result was reaching the fourth round in 2021 and she struggled for rhythm last year in losing to Alize Cornet. Elena Rybakina will be Swiatek's main rival, the defending champion having reached the Australian Open final earlier this year and with the power game that suits the quicker surface in south west London.Swiatek's best result was reaching the fourth round in 2021 and she struggled for rhythm last year in losing to Alize Cornet. Elena Rybakina will be Swiatek's main rival, the defending champion having reached the Australian Open final earlier this year and with the power game that suits the quicker surface in south west London.