Thursday, 11 June 2015

Wimbledon 2015 Matches Schedule, Fixtures, Order Of Play

Here You Can Get Wimbledon 2015 Matches Schedule, Fixtures, Order Of Play : Wаtсh thе wоrld's fіnеst Tennis Grand Slam Tournament lіvе, bооk уоur Wimbledon 2015 tісkеt tо аррrесіаtе thе mаtсh lіvе іn thе stаdіum. Тhе tоurnаmеnt wіll hеld аmіd thе mоnth оf Јunе аnd Јulу аt Аll Еnglаnd Сlub. Рlаn уоur аrrаngеmеnt іn lіkе mаnnеr аnd fіnd thе орроrtunіtу tо wаtсh wоrld's fіnеst tennis рlауеrs сhаllеngіng fоr thіs trustwоrthу tіtlе. 

Wimbledon 2015 Matches Schedule

Wimbledon-2015-Schedule

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Wimbledon 2015 Schedule & Fixtures

Date
Centre Court Schedule
No.1 Court Schedule
Mon 29th June
Novak Djokovic opens play - Round one
Singles - Round One
Tues 30th June
Petra Kvitova opens play - Round one
Singles - Round One
Wed 01st July
Singles - Round Two
Singles - Round Two
Thurs 02nd July
Singles - Round Two
Singles - Round Two
Fri 03rd July
Singles - Round Three
Singles - Round Three
Sat 04th July
Singles - Round Three
Singles - Round Three
Mon 06th July
Singles - Last 16
Singles - Last 16
Tues 07th July
Singles - Ladies Quarter Finals
Singles - Ladies Quarter Finals
Wed 08th July
Singles - Men's Quarter Finals
Singles - Men's Quarter Finals
Thurs 09th July
Ladies' Semi Finals
Mixed Double
Fri 10th July
Men's Semi Finals
N/A
Sat 11th July
Ladies' Final
N/A
Sun 12th July
Men's Final
N/A

Wimbledon 2015 Early Predictions

Serena Williams didn't savor her French Open victory for long—on court after the win, she told the NBC interviewer, "I'm already thinking about Wimbledon."

While that focus is exhausting for mere mortals like myself, it will do Serena some good. She absolutely loves the All England Club, and she will certainly be hungry to avenge her loss to Alize Cornet from last year and regain her crown.

If she does win, she will set herself up for big things in NYC: a shot at both her 22nd major title, which would tie Steffi Graf as the most of the Open Era, and a chance to become the first woman since Graf in 1988 to win the Calendar Slam. Perhaps this is just my love of history talking, but I do think she wins Wimbledon.


Stan Wawrinka's run at the French Open was nothing short of incredible. The Swiss star upset No. 2 Roger Federer in the quarterfinals in dominating fashion and then caused one of the upsets of the year when he defeated No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the final to win his second major title.

If you were thinking that Wawrinka was a fluke after his Australian Open win last year, well, you were already wrong, but this should prove that once and for all. However, I think it's safe to say that Wawrinka will not win the Channel Slam. He has made it to the quarterfinals of Wimbledon only once, and that was just last year.

Plus, while the extra week between the French Open and Wimbledon will help Wawrinka recover a bit, it's still unlikely that he'll be fresh enough physically and mentally to contend after such a big moment in his career. I predict Wawrinka makes it to the fourth round but gets stopped there.

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