At Wimbledon 2023 day 3 , Britain’s Jodie Burrage will commence her match against 11th seed Daria Kasatkina of Russia at 13:30 BST. Following the match of Jodie Burrage , women’s world number one Iga Swiatek and seven-time men’s champion Novak Djokovic will take the court.
Organisers, who had to cancel 69 matches on Tuesday, will feel relieved as the weather conditions on Wednesday are anticipated to be significantly better. On each of the outside courts, there was less than 90 minutes of action before rain interrupted play shortly after midday. However, both Centre Court and Court One, the two courts equipped with a roof, managed to complete four matches each.
Play begins on Court One at 13:00 BST, with British wildcard Arthur Fery in first-round action against Russian third seed Daniil Medvedev, before Britain’s Heather Watson, who reached the fourth round in 2022, takes on 10th seed Barbora Krejcikova of the Czech Republic.
The last match on Court One is the second-round tie between Italian eighth seed Jannik Sinner and Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman.
Elsewhere, British wildcard George Loffhagen will look to finish his first-round match against sixth seed Holger Rune, with the Dane holding a one-set advantage having taking the opening set tie-break 7-4. Katie Boulter, another British player, experienced frustration due to the rain. The British number one will resume her match against Australia’s Daria Seville, with Boulter trailing 6-5 near the end of the opening set.
Jan Choinski, representing Britain and participating in his first Grand Slam with a wildcard entry, has progressed to the second round. He faces a challenging match against Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz, the 17th seed and a semi-finalist at Wimbledon two years ago.
Men’s fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece has work to do in his meeting with former US Open champion Dominic Thiem. The winner will play Britain’s Andy Murray in round two and Austrian Thiem holds a 6-3 3-4 advantage.
Britain’s Sonay Kartal will begin her tournament against Eastbourne champion Madison Keys, of the United States. Greece’s eighth seed Maria Sakkari takes on Ukraine’s Marta Kostyuk and ninth seed Petra Kvitova, a two-time Wimbledon champion, is up against Jasmine Paolini of Italy.