Wimbledon 2023 dates and schedule for men’s and women’s singles

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Our fearless leader’s got his tennis whites ready for two weeks of fun and games in SW19.

That’s right, it’s time for the two weeks of the year when everyone goes gaga for tennis as Wimbledon takes over the summer schedule.

Whether you’re an aficionado of the game or merely long for the days when shouting ‘Come on Tim!’ was the height of banter, it simply doesn’t get better than a fortnight on the grass.

Novak Djokovic is bidding to retain his men’s singles title and capture a record-extending 24th Grand Slam crown, but rising star Carlos Alcaraz set his stall out for the grass-court swing with victory at Queen’s.

At the opposite stage of her career, Elena Rybakina captured a maiden Grand Slam title when beating Ons Jabeur in the women’s singles final last year. The 24-year-old has had a troubled buildup to her title defence, however, having missed the last month due to a virus.

The latest Wimbledon odds are on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise the schedule for the men’s and women’s singles can be found below.

Novak Djokovic hits a tennis ball at Wimbledon

Wimbledon 2023 dates

Wimbledon takes place over a two-week period from Monday, July 3 and Sunday, July 16.

Wimbledon 2023 schedule

Monday, July 3 – men’s and women’s first round
Tuesday, July 4 – men’s and women’s first round
Wednesday, July 5 – men’s and women’s second round (plus some first-round matches carried over from Tuesday due to rain)
Thursday, July 6 – men’s and women’s second round
Friday, July 7 – men’s and women’s third round
Saturday, July 8 – men’s and women’s third round
Sunday, July 9 – men’s and women’s fourth round
Monday, July 10 – men’s and women’s fourth round
Tuesday, July 11 – men’s and women’s quarter-finals
Wednesday, July 12 – men’s and women’s quarter-finals
Thursday, July 13 – women’s semi-finals
Friday, July 14 – men’s semi-finals
Saturday, July 15 – women’s final
Sunday, July 16 – men’s final

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