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Jamie Braidwood

What time does Wimbledon start today? TV channel and how to watch

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Wimbledon 2022: Emma Raducanu wins Centre Court debut as Andy Murray starts with victory

Day four of Wimbledon sees the return of Rafael Nadal and Iga Swiatek following the crushing losses to both home favourites on Wednesday when Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu suffered second-round exits on Centre Court.

Nadal will hope to bolster his bid for a third crown at the All England Club, following a tough first-round victory over Francisco Cerundolo, with Novak Djokovic already hitting top form against Thanasi Kokkinakis in the second round. It’s Ričardas Berankis on Centre Court for the Spaniard today. While Swiatek is looking to break through on grass in the Grand Slams, having added a second French Open title only this month. The dominant Pole faces Dutch player Lesley Pattinama Kerkhove on Court One in the second round after dominating Jana Fett last time out.

While British interest is diminishing, Katie Boulter looks to extend her hot streak, but she faces a difficult task against sixth seed Karolina Pliskova first up on Centre Court. Coco Gauff’s star shines bright at SW19 and the American teenager will hope to negotiate her second-round match later against Mihaela Buzărnescu.

Earlier, a sensational performance from Nick Kyrgios fired the Australian to a straight sets win over Filip Krajinovic. Heather Watson finished off Wang Qiang to reach the third round in a match that was interrupted from last night, but Alastair Gray was defeated in straight sets by Taylor Fritz.

Follow all the action from day two live, including the latest results, reaction and analysis from the All England Club

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