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The Wimbledon 2022 schedule is now out for day 10 of this amazing event. And if you look at the lineup for today, you will be pretty excited – as I am! There are two quarter-final matches in both the men’s and women’s events scheduled for today. Of course, this means that there are four matches to tune in for at the highest level. At the same time, there are many mixed and men’s/women’s doubles games taking place today. These are spread throughout the outdoor courts as opposed to the show courts.
But coming back to the singles schedule now, I believe that there are two games that rise above the other two. These are the games that I believe you should tune in for if you can. And I’ve provided some finer details on why this is the case below.
Wimbledon Day 10 Top Matches to Check Out Today
It’s always a special time when we get deep into the second week of Wimbledon. For some, their dreams are starting to come true. But for many others, the championships have been a tough lesson on what it takes to be the very best. On that note, there are some seriously talented players that are left in the draw. And of the matches scheduled today, here are the two that I recommend watching:
Fritz vs Nadal
Of the four games due to be played today, I am picking this one as the very best. In this mouthwatering contest, we will see the two-time champion Nadal taking on one of the rising stars in the form of Taylor Fritz. The two have played just twice in the past, with Fritz winning the most recent encounter by 2-0 in Indian Wells. That was on a hard court, however, whereas this one is obviously on the grass at the All England Club. And I truly believe that this match could be much tighter than many people think.
Fritz has a big serve and a big forehand, which could easily break down the defences of Nadal. However, Nadal also has some big weapons at his disposal. But one thing is for sure, whatever happens, this game should play host to some fantastic tennis. They are on as the second match scheduled for Centre Court.
Halep vs Anisimova
The second game that I suggest tuning in for is Anisimova vs Halep. As you may already know, Halep is a previous champion at Wimbledon, taking the title back in 2019. She seems to be playing some of her best tennis during this event too, which is great to see. As for Anisimova, she has produced some big wins over the last four matches. The biggest of which came against Coco Gauff in the 3rd round, which she managed to win in three sets.
With this said, Halep did beat Anisimova quite comfortably in Germany, right before Wimbledon started. But Anisimova does seem to be playing at a much higher level than she was then, even though just a few weeks have passed. So for me, this has the potential to be a bit of a blockbuster out there on the Centre Court.