Novak Djokovic will defend his crown at this yr’s Wimbledon. The champion of the ladies’s occasion at Wimbledon 2021, Ashleigh Barty is not going to be seen in motion as she introduced her stunning retirement earlier this yr on the age of simply 25.
The Wimbledon draw was held this Friday and the official Twitter deal with of essentially the most prestigious Grand Slam predicted some doable matches that we could get to see because the occasion progresses.
As for Novak Djokovic, he’ll face Quickly-woo Kwon within the first spherical. Wimbledon has predicted that the Serbian would possibly face Thanasi Kokkinakis, Miomir Kecmanovic, and Reilly Opelka, within the second, third, and fourth rounds respectively.
If the six-time Wimbledon champion can get previous all of them, he would possibly arrange a conflict with Carlos Alcaraz within the quarter-final. A win for Djokovic towards the Spaniard will most probably imply that he’ll face 2022 French Open finalist Casper Ruud within the semis. Finally, after passing all these hurdles, we’d see a repeat of the 2022 French Open quarter-final between Rafael Nadal and Djokovic within the finals.
Predicted street to the ultimate for Iga Swiatek
Iga Swiatek impressed everybody along with her glowing semi-final run on the 2022 Australian Open. She took confidence from her efficiency in Australia and gained her second French Open title earlier within the month.
The Polish participant will face Croatian Jana Fett within the first spherical. Wimbledon has predicted a conflict with Danka Kovinic within the second spherical. Yulia Putintseva could be Swiatek’s opponent within the third spherical. As for spherical 4, Swiatek would possibly sq. off towards former world No. 2 Barbora Krejcikova.
Transferring on to the quarter-final, we may see Jessica Pegula face Iga Swiatek. If the world No. 1 manages to win the quarters, she may go head-to-head with world No. 4 Paula Badosa within the semis.
Finally, if Swiatek reaches the finals of Wimbledon for the primary time, we may see her face the Estonian Anett Kontaveit.