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Wimbledon 2022 schedule: Day 4 key matches and order of play

Wimbledon has officially published the schedule for day four, and I could not be more excited. Most matches played at the All England club today are second-round games, and some have spilled over from yesterday. That’s why the Wimbledon 2022 schedule for today also displays more matches than usual on some of the show courts. This is also true for the outdoor courts, where there are also many doubles matches getting played as well. 

Day four schedule Wimbledon

With this said, not all of the matches in the lineup today will be very exciting. And for that reason, I’ve chosen a select group of games that you may want to pay attention to. These are provided below, and I have mentioned the court that they will be played on too – for those who are interested in watching!

Top Matches for Day Four at Wimbledon

As a reminder, play begins at Wimbledon today from 11 am onwards. This is true for all of the outdoor courts, meaning any court except Centre and Court One. As for these show courts, play should begin at around 1:30 pm. And now, let me reveal my top matches for Wimbledon today:

Krajinovic vs Kyrgios

Come on – who doesn’t like tuning in for the Nick Kyrgios show? His opening match was already super entertaining, and today, he faces the big-serving Krajinovic. These guys are the second match on Court 2, so it should begin sometime in the early afternoon. As for the way in which the match might swing, I think Kyrgios should take it, but it has the potential to be very close. I say this because Krajinovic has made the final at Queens just a few weeks ago, so he’s clearly playing good tennis.

These two guys haven’t played each other for many years either. So it will be cool to see them clash once again.

De Minaur vs Draper

According to the Wimbledon 2022 schedule for today, this match is the final match of the day on Court One. And here, we have a home-favourite in the form of Jack Draper taking on De Minaur. It’s always feisty when a Brit takes on an Aussie in tennis, and I expect this one to be no different. The two have actually never played before. Then again, Draper is still fairly new on tour, only recently cracking the top 100.

As for De Minaur, he has been playing well on the grass, making the semis in Eastbourne. Draper also made the semis at Eastbourne, so this one should be a close match indeed. 

Boulter vs Pliskova

Katie Boulter will take on Pliskova in the opening game on Centre Court today. This is set for a 1:30 pm start, pending no trouble with the weather as the start time approaches. And I have picked this match for a couple of reasons. Firstly, Boulter recently beat Pliskova on the grass at Eastbourne. So of course, this could be a very close match, despite the big difference in ranking points. Secondly, Boulter is another British player, so I expect a great atmosphere and plenty of home support for her.

About the author

Gavin Davison

Gavin is a full-time copywriter based in the United Kingdom. He has previously played NCAA college tennis in the USA and competed in many international events throughout his younger days. He still plays competitively and follows both the ATP & WTA Tours closely. His favourite player is Roger Federer.

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