British Players at Wimbledon – Who’s Left and What Are Their Chances?

The third round was the most advanced stage reached by British players at Wimbledon 2023 in Singles. During the first week, more than ten men’s and women’s competitors competed, but all were eliminated.

Brittish players at Wimbledon
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The British players who are still competing are in the following modes: Men´s Doubles, Juniors, and Wheelchairs. Check out each of these players’ schedules and upcoming opponents.

Wimbledon Men’s  Doubles

Neal Skupski and Dutchman Wesley Koolhof are the new Wimbledon champions after beating Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos. Koolhof and Skupski were the tournament’s top seeds and overwhelming favorites to win Wimbledon 2023. This would be the duo’s first Grand Slam.

Wimbledon Women’s Doubles

N. Bains / M. Lumsde reached the quarter-finals after knocking out great rivals, even majors, out of the competition. Unluckily, they ran into the seed 1s, who are now seeded players.

Wimbledon Mixed Doubles

United Kindom had a total of 4 mixed pairs, L. Glasspool / J. Burrage, H. Dart / H. Watson, and A. Barnett / O. Nicholls. All of them lost in the first rounds. Only N. Bains and M. Lumsden were the ones who advanced to a higher stage but were knocked out in the quarter-finals.

Men’s Wheelchairs

Two British tennis players will compete in the semi-finals. Alfie Hewett will compete against M. De La Puente in one bracket, while Gordon Reid will compete against G. Fernandez in the other. As a result, a Men’s Wheelchairs final between players from the same country is possible.

Men’s Wheelchairs Doubles

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid are not satisfied with their good performance in singles. In the doubles, the two British tennis players make an excellent duo that won each of their matches without much trouble. Now they will play in the Wimbledon Final against Takuya Miki and Tokito Oda from Japan.

2023 Wimbledon Juniors

Check out our post on the Wimbledon Juniors schedule to see the whole order of play for the competition’s youngest players.

British Boys

Henry Searle is in the final

British Girls

Mika Stojsavljevic and Ranah Skua were knocked out of the Wimbledon quarterfinals, leaving no British representation in the competition.

2023 Wimbledon Boys’ Doubles

Henry Searle and Pole Tomasz Berkleta lost in quarterfinals

2023 Wimbledon Girls’ Doubles

Hannah Klugman are Isabelle Lacy in semifinals

2023 Wimbledon Boys’ 14&U Singles

Mark Ceban is seed 1

Rhys Lawler is seed 8

Leo Wright

2023 Wimbledon Girls´ 14&U Singles

Edie Griffiths

Men’s Wimbledon Singles

Andy Murray

Unfortunately for fans of the 36-year-old tennis player, the veteran’s adventure has come to an end. Andy Murray was only a few points away from winning, but Tsitsipas recovered the breakpoint. From then on, the Greek player outperformed the Briton.

Cameron Norrie

Norrie’s lack of effectiveness favored Eubanks, who remained steady throughout the four sets. The defeat could have been even bigger, but Christopher only converted 4 of the 13 breakpoints he had. Not only was the defeat disappointing, but so was the manner in which it occurred, as Cameron did not perform well.

Liam Broady

Broady was unable to duplicate his prior performance against Casper Ruud in the third round. Even though the British player won the opening set, Denis Shapovalov performed better in the following three. Liam made 5 breakpoint conversions, but they weren’t enough to beat Broady’s 8.

Daniel Evans

The British tennis player rated second in the ATP rankings was dissatisfied after losing his opening match against Quentin Halys. Evans was the only British player knocked out in the first round who did not face a top player.

George Loffhagen

The 22-year-old player received a Wildcard to participate in the third Grand Slam of the year. The adventure was short-lived for Loffhagen, as in the draw he was paired with the world number 6 Holger Rune.

Arthur Fery

Despite his dismal performance this season, Wimbledon chose to offer him a Wildcard. Arthur Fery was unable to keep up with Daniil Medvedev’s blistering pace and exited without winning a single set.

Ryan Peniston

Peniston had the misfortune of facing Andy Murray, the most successful active player in the world. The 38-year-old imposed a rapid tempo. Ryan didn’t put up much of a fight, losing 7 serves and failing to convert a single breakpoint in 2 hours.

Women’s Wimbledon Singles

British Players Wimbledon
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Katie Boulter

Katie Boulter, Britain’s last hope in Wimbledon Singles, was completely outmatched by defending champion Elena Rybakina. Still, it was a fantastic performance by the 26-year-old tennis player, who competed in Wimbledon with the Wildcard she got from the organization.

Harriet Dart

She lost in the first round to Frenchwoman Diane Perry.

Katie Sean

She did not resist the excellent play of Belinda Bencic, who won in straight sets.

Jodie Burrage

Burrage won just one victory and then was knocked out by Kasatkina.

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