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Emma Raducanu is back on Centre Court for round 2. Here’s how to watch the match on TV, the start time and the running order of day three. Emma Raducanu will face Caroline Garcia of France in round two at Wimbledon 2022 on Centre Court today, Wednesday, June 29. Emma Raducanu’s time at Wimbledon,On Monday, the 19-year-old Brit made Centre Court her debut when she defeated Alison van Uytvanck 6-4 6-4.This is everything you need about Wednesday’s second round match between Raducanu and I:

What is Emma Raducanu’s time at Wimbledon?

Raducanu’s match with Garcia is the second match at Centre Court on Wednesday. It follows Novak Djokovic against Thanasi Kkinakis, which will begin at 1.30pm. Raducanu’s match against Garcia is scheduled for a 3.45pmstart. However, it could be earlier depending on how Djokovic performs.

Emma Raducanu is playing at Wimbledon today.

Raducanu will be taking on Caroline Garcia, France’s former world number 4, who defeated British wildcard Lily Miyazaki by 4-6 6-1 7-6 (10-4).

On which TV channel will Raducanu be broadcasting today’s Wimbledon match?

Wimbledon coverage is provided by the BBC on both TV and via iPlayer.

The BBC’s coverage of Wednesday’s third Wimbledon will air from 10.45am-1pm, and then from 1.45pm onwards on BBC One. BBC Two will show coverage from 1-7pm.

What did Raducanu do at round one?

Raducanu started her campaign by beating Alison van Uytvanck (the Belgian who won this month’s Veneto Open). The Brit won 6-4 6-4 over Alison van Uytvanck, the US Open champion, after overcoming a nervous start. She showed no signs of side injuries that had hindered her build-up.

A left-side injury to the Briton had caused her to withdraw from her Nottingham opener. She was also unable to play in Eastbourne and Birmingham. Raducanu only had seven grass games this year, when she entered Wimbledon.

This year, her record in Grand Slams saw her exit second round at the Australian Open and French Open.

Raducanu enjoyed her Centre Court debut and was supported by a cheering home crowd.

Raducanu was just finishing her A-levels and made it to the Wimbledon fourth round. She then had to retire against Ajla Tomljanovic from breathing difficulties. She entered that tournament ranked 338th worldwide, but she arrived this year as the 10th seed and Grand Slam Champion.

Wimbledon order for play on day three


1. Novak Djokovic v Thanasi Kokkinakis

2. Caroline Garcia v Emma Raducanu

3. Andy Murray v John Isner


1. Jule Niemeier v Anett Kontaveit

Not before: 2:00pm

2. Tereza Martincova vs Karolina Pliskova

3. Cameron Norrie v Jaume Munar

4. Maria Sakkari v Viktoriya Tomova


1. Casper Ruud v Ugo Humbert

Not before: 12:30 pm

2. Garbine Muguruza vs Greet Minnen

3. Angelique Kerber v Magda Linette

4. Tallon Griekspoor and Carlos Alcaraz

5. Qiang Wang v Heather Watson


1. Ryan Peniston v Steve Johnson

2. Yanina Wickmayer v Jelena Ostapenko

3. Jannik Sinner v Mikael Ymer

4. Katarzyna Kawa v Ons Jabeur


1. Anhelina Kalinina v Lesia Tsurenko

Not before: 12:30pm

2. Rebeka Masarova v Harriet Dart

3. Tommy Paul v Adrian Mannarino

4. Panna Udvardy and Elise Mertens

5. Tim Van Rijthoven v Reilly Opelka

COURT 18- 11AM

1. Frances Tiafoe v Maximilian Marterer

2. Tatjana Maria v Sorana Cirstea

3. Maja Chwalinska v Alison Riske-Amritraj

When does Andy Murray play next?

Former world number one Andy Murray, will be competing for the gold trophy.

After beating James Duckworth 6-4, his first round match against him on Monday was a victory.

He will be competing against John Isner, an American hopeful, on the Centre Court at 4.45pm today.

Murray was a wildcard and reached the third round at Wimbledon last year, but lost to Denis Shapovalov (10th seed).

Murray will be competing against American star John Isner in the next round for men’s singles.

The third round of the women’s singles will be held on Friday, July 1, as well as Saturday, July 2. The fourth round will take places on Monday, and Tuesday, respectively, on July 3 and 4.

Murray will play in the quarter-finals if he makes it to the finals. The semi-finals will be on Thursday, Jul 7.

The finals of the men’s singles tournament will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 10.

He pledged to donate all the prize money he earned from Wimbledon this year to the victims in the Ukraine war.

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