When does the Wimbledon draw take place? Dates and schedule if Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal lead the tennis stars to Wimbledon 2022

When Novak Djokovic was drawn against 19-year-old Brit Jack Draper at Wimbledon 2021, it was hardly to be expected that the schedule had produced a match that would worry the man who would win his third Grand Slam of the year.

As it turns out, Draper was the only player other than Matteo Berrettini in the final to beat Djokovic at the 2022 championships and win the opening set to become the only player in the tournament to take a set from the world number one.

Two-time champion Andy Murray’s opening goal also showed the draw could be dramatic: the British sporting icon was an underdog on paper against 24th-seeded Nikoloz Basilashvili but won with reasonable ease in four sets to delight home fans.

With Rafael Nadal returning and Djokovic aiming for the first major title of the year, when will we find out who plays who at Wimbledon 2022?

When is the Wimbledon 2022 draw?

The draw for the Championships takes place at 10am on 24 June – three days before main action begins at the All England Club.

Then the likes of women’s number one Iga Swiatek, tennis great Serena Williams and the men’s singles and doubles participants will find out who they’re up against and which half of the draw they’re in.

Being drawn into a half with fewer top players can prove crucial to competitors’ chances of success and allow them to avoid early clashes with seeded rivals.

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The qualifying singles started a week before the start of the main tournament and some of the competitions have later draw dates because they start later.

The draw for the individual competitions for boys and girls will take place on June 30th, the draw for the wheelchair competitions on July 4th and 5th.

What is the schedule for Wimbledon in 2022?

Organizers have announced that Wimbledon will be a 14-day competition for the first time in 2022.

The middle competition Sunday, which has always been used as a rest day to work on the condition of the courts, will now be played as the planners are confident that the quality of the surfaces will not be affected by the move.

This is the schedule for the men’s and women’s individual competitions at Wimbledon 2022.

Day Schedule
27-28 June First round
29-30 June Second round
1st-2nd July third round
3rd-4th July fourth round
5th-6th July quarter finals
7th of July Women’s Semifinals
8th of July Men’s semifinals
July 9th Women’s final
10th of July Men’s final

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