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Today’s matches, full schedule and how to watch on TV

John McEnroe revealed he asked the organizers at the All England Club earlier this week if he could participate in a quick elimination match at Center Court.

He doesn’t think of any old thrasathons. He wants to hit a few balls around after the game is over for the day with none other than his old rival Bjorn Borg.

That’s a thought. Center Court draws in a bit of nostalgia, going back to the sunny highlands of the 70s, when wooden rackets, long hair and shorts were shorts.

To find out what All-England Club had to say about the idea, please go.

Elsewhere, Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic advanced to Sunday’s men’s final – each scoring wins in consecutive sets.

Friday play order

Singles, doubles and men’s and women’s only

Central Court, 2pm

women’s final
Marketa Vondrousova (Cze) v (6) Ons Jabeur (Tun)
Men’s doubles final
(1) Wesley Koolhof (Ned) & Neal Skupski (Gbr) v (15) Marcel Granollers (Spa) & Federico Zeballos (Bol)

Court 4, 11 a.m

Men’s singles semi-final
Henry Searle (Gbr) v (4) Cooper Williams (USA)
Women’s doubles semi-final
Hannah Klugman (Gbr) & Isabelle Lacy (Gbr) vs Tatum Evans (USA) & Alanis Hamilton (USA)
Alena Kovackova (Cze) & Laura Samsonova (Cze) v (2) Renata Jamrichova (Svk) & Federica Urgesi (Ita)

Court 5, 11 am

Men’s singles semi-final
(9) Dali Blanch (USA) v (5) Yaroslav Demin (Rus)

Men’s doubles semi-finals
Jakub Philip (Cze) & Gabriele Vulpitta (Ita) vs Joao Fonseca (Bra) & Juan Carlos Prado Angelo (Bol)
(7) Dali Blanch (USA) v Roy Horovitz (USA) v (6) Branko Djuric (Ser) & Arthur Gea (Fra)

Court 6, 11am

Women’s singles semi-final
(5) Renata Jamrichova (Svk) v (2) Clervie Ngounoue (USA)

Court 7, 11am

Women’s singles semi-final
(1) Alina Korneeva (Rus) v Nikola Bartunkova (Czech)

Wimbledon Women’s Final

2 p.m. Saturday, Central Court
Marketa Vondrousova v Ons Jabeur

Wimbledon men’s final

2 p.m. Sunday, Central Court
Carlos Alcaraz vs Novak Djokovic

How to watch Wimbledon 2023 on TV in the UK

live reporting
Wimbledon is shown on BBC One and iPlayer until 9pm for the first week, unless coverage needs to be extended until 23pm curfew. Clare Balding took over the lead presenting duties from Sue Barker.

Every morning, Isa Guha will start reporting at 11 am. Former Wimbledon champions, including John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Billie Jean King and Pat Cash will be part of the team along with the likes of Tim Henman, Tracy Austin, Annabel Croft, Johanna Konta, Anne Keothavong and Sania Mirza.

Today at Wimbledon follow live coverage at 9pm daily on BBC Two and iPlayer, presented by Qasa Alom.

How to watch Wimbledon on TV in the US

ESPN has the right to show the Grand Slam tournament on grass in the US. Coverage begins each day at 6 a.m. Eastern Time.

What is the Wimbledon Bonus?

The Wimbledon prize pool is £44.7 million, up 11.2% in 2022.

The men’s and women’s singles champion will each bring home £2.35 million and the runner-up will take home £1.175 million.

The bonuses to advance to the previous rounds are as follows: first round (£55,000); second round (£85,000); third round (£131,000); round of 16 (£207,000); quarter-finals (£340,000); semi-final ($600,000).


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