Day 1 schedule, seeds and Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray start time

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wimbledon 2022 order matchday 1 tee times seeds emma raducanu – GETTY IMAGES

Andy Murray hopes Ivan Lendl’s return can inspire him to more Wimbledon exploits.

The two-time champion gave a positive assessment of his form and fitness after a race against the clock to recover from a stomach ache suffered in the final of the ATP tournament in Stuttgart two weeks ago.

Murray again showed his ability on grass to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas and Nick Kyrgios, and last year equaled Wimbledon runner-up Matteo Berrettini before sustaining the injury.

He was forced to retire from Queen’s Club and was unable to train at full strength early this week, but has made encouraging progress since then.

“It went well,” said Murray. “I was able to gradually improve my training this week and played a few sets, a lot of points. The last few days have been good.

“I think I showed a few weeks ago that I still have good tennis in me. I beat a man in the top five in the world, was neck and neck with Berrettini, who is one of the best grass field players in the world world, before the injury.

“I also played well against Kyrgios. The first set was of a good level. And I did quite well in the training sessions. I know the tennis is in it, I just have to bring it up during the event now.

“Obviously Ivan helps in my team. We’ve had a lot of success in the past. We know each other well. He still believes in me. There aren’t many coaches, people who have done that in the past period, and that he has. That certainly helps me.”

When does Wimbledon start?

Wimbledon starts on Monday 27 June.

Where to watch Wimbledon on TV

The BBC has exclusive coverage of the tournament. Sue Barker leads the coverage from opening day with the likes of Tim Henman, Andrew Castle and John Lloyd.

Viewers can watch the action on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Red Button with up to 18 lanes to choose from via Connected TVs, BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and app.

BBC Two will also be showing Today at Wimbledon every night, featuring a look back at the day’s play.

Day 1 playing order

Order of play on the show courts for Day 11 of the All England Lawn Tennis Championship, Wimbledon, London.

(All times BST, seeds in brackets)

Center Court – 1:30 PM

  • Novak Djokovic vs Soonwoo Kwon

  • Alison Van Uytvanck vs Emma Raducanu (GBR)

  • Andy Murray (GBR) v James Duckworth

No 1 Court – 1:00 PM

  • 1. Mirjam Bjorklund vs Ons Jabeur

  • Jan-Lennard Struff vs Carlos Alcaraz

  • Angelique Kerber vs Kristina Mladenovic

No 2 Court – 11am

  • 1. Cameron Norrie (GBR) v Pablo Andujar

  • Bernarda Pera vs Anett Kontaveit

  • Jannik Sinner vs Stan Wawrinka

  • Maria Sakkari vs Zoe Hives

No 3 Court – 11am

  • 1. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina vs Hubert Hurkacz

  • Danielle Collins v Marie Bouzkova

  • Tamara Korpatsch vs Heather Watson (GBR)

  • Ryan Peniston (GBR) vs Henri Laaksonen

Court 12 – 11 o’clock

  • Casper Ruud vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas

  • Kaja Juvan vs Beatriz Haddad Maia

  • Belinda Bencic vs Qiang Wang

  • Steve Johnson vs Grigor Dimitrov

Court 6 – 11 o’clock

  • Jodie Burrage (GBR) v Lesia Tsurenko

  • Enzo Couacaud v John Isner

  • Jay Clarke (GBR) v Christian Harrison

Not before 5 p.m.

Court 4 – 11 am

  • Tommy Paul v Fernando Verdasco

  • Camila Osorio vs Elise Mertens

  • Martina Trevisan vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto

  • Carlos Taberner vs Reilly Opelka

Court 6 – 11 am

  • Tomas Martin Etcheverry vs Ugo Humbert

  • Clara Tauson v Mai Hontama

  • Tamara Zidansek vs Panna Udvardy

  • Taro Daniel vs Sebastian Baez

Court 7 – 11 o’clock

  • Anhelina Kalinina vs Anna Bondar

  • Alejandro Tabilo vs Laslo Djere

  • Oscar Otte against Peter Gojowczyk

Court 8 – 11 o’clock

  • Maximilian Marterer vs Aljaz Bedene

  • Aleksandra Krunic vs Sorana Cirtea

  • Daniel Altmaier v Mikael Ymer

  • Daria Saville v Viktoriya Tomova

Court 9 – 11 o’clock

  • Benoit Paire vs Quentin Halys

  • Federico Coria vs Jiri Vesely

  • Lucia Bronzetti vs Ann Lic

  • Yanina Wickmayer vs Lin Zhu

Court 10 – 11 o’clock

  • Ylena In-Albon vs Alison Riske

  • Rebecca Marino vs Katarzyna Kawan

  • Maddison Inglis vs Dalma Galfi

  • Alexander Bublik vs Marton Fucsovics

Court 11 – 11 o’clock

  • Thiago Monteiro vs Jaume Munar

  • Jule Niemeier vs Xiyu Wang

  • Tim Van Rijthoven vs Federico Delbonis

Court 2 – 11 o’clock

  • Adrian Mannarino vs Max Purcell

  • John Millman vs Miomir Kecmanovic

  • Astra Sharma vs Tatyana Maria

  • Oceane Dodin vs Jelena Ostapenko

Court 3 – 11 o’clock

  • Nikoloz Basilashvili vs Lukas Rosol

  • Kaia Kanepi v Diane Parry

  • Dusan Lajovic vs Pablo Carreno Busta

  • Shuai Zhang vs Misaki Doi

Court 4 – 11 o’clock

  • Katerina Siniakova against Maja Chwalinska

  • Thanasi Kokkinakis vs Kamil Majchrzak

  • Tallon Greek track vs Fabio Fognini

  • Ekaterine Gorgodze vs Irina-Camelia Begu

Court 5 – 11 o’clock

  • Frances Tiafoe vs Andrea Vavassori

  • Caroline Garcia vs Lily Miyazaki (GBR)

  • Magda Linette vs Fernanda Contreras Gomez

How much prize money is on offer at Wimbledon?

The winners of the singles competitions will earn £2 million this year, up from £1.7 million last year.

Prize money breakdown in full

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