Wimbledon 2023 LIVE RESULTS —  Andy Murray crashes OUT, Carlos Alacaraz and Brit Katie Boulter in action TODAY | The Sun

Wimbledon 2023 LIVE RESULTS — Andy Murray crashes OUT, Carlos Alacaraz and Brit Katie Boulter in action TODAY | The Sun

July 8, 2023

NO 1 seed Carlos Alcaraz is back in action today following his win against Alexandre Müller yesterday.

Brit Katie Boulter is also in action taking on defending Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina.

Meanwhile, all British men were knocked out of the tournament inside the first week on Friday, with Andy Murray crashing out.

Murray lost in five sets to Stefanos Tsitsipas in their restarted clash.

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  • By Catherine Micallef

    Order of play for today

    Wimbledon Order of Play – Saturday, July 8

    Centre Court – 13:30 START (all times BST)

    Carlos Alcaraz (ESP) [1] v Nicolas Jarry (CHI) [25]

    Ons Jabeur (TUN) [6] v Bianca Andreescu (CAN)

    Katie Boulter (GBR) v Elena Rybakina (KAZ) [3]

    No 1 Court – 13:00 START

    Daniil Medvedev [3] v Marton Fucsovics (HUN)

    Anna Blinkova v Aryna Sabalenka [2]

    Alexander Zverev (GER) [19] v Matteo Berrettini (ITA)

    No 2 Court- 11:00 START

    Natalija Stevanovic (SRB) v Petra Kvitova (CZE) [9]

    Not Before: 1:00pm

    Laslo Djere (SRB) v Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) [5]

    Frances Tiafoe (USA) [10] v Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) [21]

    No 3 Court – 11:00 START

    Beatriz Haddad Maia (BRA) [13] v Sorana Cirstea (ROU)

    Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (ESP) [31] v Holger Rune (DEN) [6]

    Anastasia Potapova [22] v Mirra Andreeva

    Court 12 – 11:00 START

    Jiri Lehecka (CZE) v Tommy Paul (USA)

    Marta Kostyuk (UKR) v Madison Keys (USA)

    Liam Broady (GBR) / Jonny O’Mara (GBR) v Francisco Cabral (POR) / Rafael Matos (BRA)

    Jamie Murray (GBR) / Taylor Townsend (USA) v Jan Zielinski (POL) / Nicole Melichar-Martinez (USA)

    Christopher Eubanks (USA) / J.J. Wolf (USA) v Sadio Doumbia (FRA) / Fabien Reboul (FRA)

    Court 18 – 11:00 START

    Dalma Galfi (HUN) v Ekaterina Alexandrova

    Christopher Eubanks (USA) v Christopher O’Connell (AUS)

    Victoria Azarenka / Beatriz Haddad Maia (BRA) v Cristina Bucsa (ESP) / Makoto Ninomiya (JPN)

    Robert Galloway (USA) / Lloyd Harris (RSA) v Marcos Giron (USA) / Botic Van De Zandschulp (NED)

    Not Before: 6:00pm

    Nathaniel Lammons (USA) / Giuliana Olmos (MEX) v Joe Salisbury (GBR) / Heather Watson (GBR)

    Court 5 – 11:00 START

    Danielle Collins (USA) & Alison Riske-Amritraj (USA) v Ana Bogdan (ROM) & Jaqueline Adina Cristian (ROM),

    Storm Hunter (AUS) & Elise Mertens (BEL) v Irina-Camelia Begu (ROM) & Anhelina Kalinina (UKR)

    Wesley Koolhof (Ned) & Leylah Annie Fernandez (Can) v Fabrice Martin (Fra) & Hao-Ching Chan (Tpe)

    Court 6 – 11:00 START

    Sebastian Baez (Arg) & Guido Pella (Arg) v Nathaniel Lammons (USA) & Jack Withrow (USA)

    Fang-Hsien Wu (Tpe) & Lin Zhu (Chn) v Kateryna Baindl (Ukr) & Daria Saville (Aus)

    Michael Venus (Nzl) & Bianca Vanessa Andreescu (Can) v Marcelo Arevalo (Esa) & Marta Kostyuk (Ukr)

    Court 7 – 11:00 START

    Santiago Gonzalez (Mex) & Edouard Roger-Vasselin (Fra) v Victor Vlad Cornea (Rom) & Dusan Lajovic (Ser)

    Lauren Davis (USA) & Rosalie Van Der Hoek (Ned) v Timea Babos (Hun) & Kirsten Flipkens (Bel)

    Yuki Bhambri (Ind) & Saketh Myneni (Ind) v Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (Spa) & Adrian Mannarino (Fra)

    Court 8 – 11:00 START

    Viktoria Hruncakova (Slo) & Tereza Mihalikova (Svk) v Harriet Dart (Gbr) & Heather Watson (Gbr)

    Su-Wei Hsieh (Tpe) & Barbora Zahlavova Strycova (Cze) v Ekaterina Alexandrova (Rus) & Zhaoxuan Yang (Chn)

    Linda Noskova (Cze) & Xiyu Wang (Chn) v Marie Bouzkova (Cze) & Sara Sorribes Tormo (Spa)

    Matwe Middelkoop (Ned) & Aldila Sutjiadi (Ina) v Santiago Gonzalez (Mex) & Barbora Zahlavova Strycova (Cze)

    Court 14 – 11:00 START

    Ulrikke Eikeri (Nor) & Alexandra Panova (Rus) v Oksana Kalashnikova (Geo) & Iryna Shymanovich (Blr)

    Sara Errani (Ita) & Julia Grabher (Aut) v Miriam Kolodziejova (Cze) & Marketa Vondrousova (Cze)

    Desirae Krawczyk (USA) & Demi Schuurs (Ned) v Anna Bondar (Hun) & Greet Minnen (Bel)

    Hugo Nys (Mon) & Laura Siegemund (Ger) v (5) Matthew Ebden (Aus) & Ellen Perez (Aus)

    Tallon Griekspoor (Ned) & Bart Stevens (Ned) v Simone Bolelli (Ita) & Andrea Vavassori (Ita)

    Court 15 – 11:00 START

    Roberto Carballes Baena (Spa) & Daniel Elahi Galan (Col) v William Blumberg (USA) & Casper Ruud (Nor)

    Laura Siegemund (Ger) & Vera Zvonareva (Rus) v Tereza Martincova (Cze) & Donna Vekic (Cro)

    Ashlyn Krueger (USA) & Catherine McNally (USA) v Caroline Garcia (Fra) & Luisa Stefani (Bra)

    Court 16 – 11:00 START

    N.Sriram Balaji (Ind) & Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan (Ind) v (2) Ivan Dodig (Cro) & Austin Krajicek (USA)

    Magda Linette (Pol) & Bernarda Pera (USA) v Tatjana Maria (Ger) & Katarzyna Piter (Pol)

    Miyu Kato (Jpn) & Aldila Sutjiadi (Ina) v Yana Sizikova (Rus) & Kimberley Zimmermann (Bel)

    Court 17 – 11:00 START

    Anastasia Detiuc (Mol) & Andrea Gamiz (Ven) v Freya Christie (Gbr) & Ali Collins (Gbr)

    Kamilla Rakhimova (Rus) & Aliaksandra Sasnovich (Blr) v Cori Gauff (USA) & Jessica Pegula (USA)

    Austin Krajicek (USA) & Jessica Pegula (USA) v Nicolas Mahut (Fra) & Anna Danilina (Kaz)

    Rohan Bopanna (Ind) & Gabriela Dabrowski (Can) v Ivan Dodig (Cro) & Latisha Chan (Tpe)

    Max Purcell (Aus) & Jordan Thompson (Aus) v Maximo Gonzalez (Arg) & Andres Molteni (Arg)

  • By Catherine Micallef

    What time is Andy Murray on today?

    Andy Murray will be back on Centre Court today to finish his thriller against Stefanos Tsitsipas since it had to be halted last night due to the 11pm curfew.

    The Brit's match will be the second one at Centre Court today as they follow Alcaraz v Muller at 4pm.

    You can watch every second of Wimbledon on BBC and also follow The Sun's set-by-set coverage of a number of matches.

  • By Catherine Micallef

    Welcome to Day 6 of Wimbledon

    Good morning and welcome to day 6 of the iconic Wimbledon.

    As always, we're going to keep you up-to-date with all news coming in from the tennis scene, familiar faces visiting the Champs and all the latest results.

    The first week saw all British – Andy Murray, Cam Norrie and Liam Broady – men get knocked out of the tournament.

    Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic and no 1 Carlos Alcaraz – who's back in action today – are both eyeing yet another Grand Slam win.

  • By Jimmy Grant

    Watch Paula Badosa’s incredibly awkward Wimbledon interview as Tsitsipas’ girlfriend is congratulated on her LOSS

    Paula Badosa was bafflingly congratulated during her Wimbledon press conference today… despite losing.

    The Spaniard was forced to retire from her second round match while trailing Marta Kostyuk 6-2, 1-0 on Court 18.

    Click below to get the full story and watch the video.



    Watch Badosa’s awkward Wimbledon press conference as she is congratulated on LOSS

  • By Jimmy Grant

    Who has won the most Wimbledon titles?

    Czech tennis superstar Martina Navratilova has won the most titles at Wimbledon.

    She has taken home an impressive nine wins from the tournament – more than any player in the men’s or women’s games have been able to achieve before or since.

    Her first win came in 1978 and she claimed her last singles title 12 years later when she beat Zina Garrison in straight sets.

    In March 2023, Navratilova revealed she was cancer free after fighting both throat and breast cancer.

    She revealed in an interview with Piers Morgan that she had feared not ‘seeing next Christmas’ after her devastating double diagnosis.

    Roger Federer has won the most men’s singles titles at Wimbledon.

    He has triumphed eight times – a record Djokovic will match if he wins the competition in 2023.

    Federer’s first victory came in 2003 when he defeated Mark Philippoussis.

  • By Jimmy Grant

    Wimbledon viewers rip into ‘unprofessional’ Clare Balding for ‘mocking’ tennis player on BBC broadcast

    Wimbledon viewers have ripped into veteran broadcaster Clare Balding for her tennis coverage.

    The personality replaced Sue Barker, 67, as the lead presenter for the corporation's coverage of the highly-anticipated tournament.

    However as Clare, 52, took to the airwaves, viewers in turn took to social media in their droves.

    Fans hit out at the veteran sports broadcaster as they accused of her 'mocking' players, mispronunciation of names and not letting them 'speak' during BBC interviews.

    One tweeted: "Why are people being so nasty towards Stefanos and Badosa? Leave them be. Very poor professionalism from Claire Balding to be mocking them in their videos."

    Another claimed: "Claire Balding’s pronunciation of Rybakina makes no sense. RE-BIKER-NER can’t be right surely? #Wimbledon"

    "Clairebalding let them speak Jesus #Wimbledon," exclaimed a third.

    A fourth added: "Listening to Claire Balding anchoring #Wimbledon coverage, you realise just how good #SueBarker was…"

    Meanwhile, a fifth viewer noted: "Something about Claire Balding just absolutely grates on me #Wimbledon"

    Whilst a sixth added: "For goodness shake stop Claire Balding blurting out the results of matches. She spoilt for us watching Broady-Ruud on WIMBLEDON TODAY #Wimbledon."

    And a seventh commented: "Doesn’t Clare Balding ever shut up yapping , give us all. Break #Wimbledon"

  • By Jimmy Grant

    Wimbledon fans seriously distracted by Tim Henman’s ‘ill-fitting’ suit

    Wibmledon fans were seriously distracted by former tennis star Tim Henman's 'ill-fitting' suit.

    The former British No. 1 took to the BBC airways alongside Clare Balding to give his analysis on the current state of play of the tournament.

    But whilst viewers should have been paying attention to Tim's verdict on the grass action, they were more concerned with the fashion of the 48-year-old.



    Wimbledon fans seriously distracted by Tim Henman’s ‘ill-fitting’ suit

  • By Jimmy Grant

    How much do tennis players get for going out in Wimbledon first round?

    Players who lose in the first round walk away with a staggering £55,000.

    But you can pick up just under £85,000 if you make it a round further.

    Quarter-finalists will make £340,000, with third and fourth-rounders getting £131,000 and £207,000 respectively.

    But the cash doesn’t stop there, as you can still make a cool £600,000 to make it to the semi-final.

  • By Jimmy Grant

    What TV channel is Wimbledon on and can it be live-streamed?

    Every second of Wimbledon action will be available to watch LIVE via the BBC channels in the UK.

    Viewers also have the option of watching matches via the BBC Red Button.

    For online access, tennis lovers can head to either the BBC Sport website or the BBC iPlayer app to catch all of the action.

    Alternatively, SunSport will have set-by-set coverage of a number of matches throughout the iconic competition.

  • By Jimmy Grant

    Can I get tickets on the day?

    Yes you can!

    Fans can purchase tickets on the day through a traditional queuing system which often starts the evening before and increases very early in the morning.

    There will be 500 tickets for each of the Show Courts (Centre Court No.1 Court and No.2 Court) that will be sold every day.

    And Ground Pass tickets are also available for purchase which enables holders to access all courts including No.3 Court, Court 12 and Court 18 as well as The Hill where the action from Centre and No.1 Courts will be screened.

    Ground Passes’ starting price is approximately £27 but will be reduced from day nine.

  • By Jimmy Grant

    Who is Naomi Broady?

    Naomi Broady was born in Stockport, Greater Manchester in 1990.

    She attended Priestnall School and began playing tennis when she was seven.

    Naomi competed on the junior International Tennis Federation (ITF) Circuit from 2004 to 2008, and took part in the Wimbledon girls’ event in 2008, losing in the quarter finals.

    This came a year after her suspension by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) due to “unprofessional behaviour” and “lack of discipline”.

    Find out more below:



    Everything to know about Naomi Broady – including her famous brother

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-6 6-7 Djokovic

    Novak Djokovic advances to the next round.

    More importantly, the Serbian has given himself the day off tomorrow.

    It was a bold effort from Wawrinka but the defending champion showed his class to progress to the last 16.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka* 3-6 1-6 6-6 Djokovic (5-4)

    Wawrinka had two set points facing the Djokovic serve.

    The Serbian manages to pull himself back into it.

    Wawrinka can still serve for the set and make him come back tomorrow.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka* 3-6 1-6 6-6 Djokovic (2-3)

    The Serbian machine is at it again.

    On both his service points he had to rely on his second serve and then his baseline game.

    Wawrinka managed to break back as Djokovic's deft drop shot nestles into the net.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-6 6-6 Djokovic* (1-2)

    Wawrinka tries to hold his serve to take a lead in the tie-break.

    Djokovic is having none of it as he breaks his second attempt.

    He almost broke Djokovic's serve and the Serbian had to produce an epic volley at the net to win the point.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-6 6-6 Djokovic

    Novak Djokovic tries his hardest to ensure this does not go to a tie-break by taking Wawrinka's service game to deuce when he had two game points.

    The Swiss player shows he still has some gas left in the tank as he battles back to secure his service game.

    We are heading into a tie-break here.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-6 5-5 Djokovic

    Wawrinka serves to stay in the set and the match.

    After some stunning shots by Djokovic in the previous game, Wawrinka wins his service game, losing only one point.

    If he cannot break the Serbian he is going to have to pull off some heroics in the tie-break if we get there.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-6 4-4 Djokovic

    Wawrinka has definitely found a second wind from somewhere.

    He certainly hasn't read Djokovic's script on how this third set was supposed to go.

    The Swiss tennis player is looking like he make take this match into tomorrow now.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-6 2-3 Djokovic

    The third set is starting to go with serve as Wawrinka summons some energy from somewhere.

    His serves have drastically improved as he starts putting in some aces.

    He even challenges a line call in the middle of the rally, to only be proved right when the video technology shows the ball was long.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-6 1-2 Djokovic

    The defending Wimbledon champion is showing some of the form that has made him a legend of the game.

    He is making light work of his old adversary and three-time grand slam winner.

    Wawrinka needs to hit some form if he hopes to prolong this game further.

  • By Jimmy Grant

    In pictures: Tennis fans queue for day five

    Tennis fans were out in full force today as they queued for the chance to get a Wimbledon ticket.

    Every day hundreds of hopefuls queue for the opportunity to attend the iconic tennis competition.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-6 Djokovic

    Novak Djokovic takes the second set.

    The big Serbian is looking to get this match done now.

    One more set required before his work the day is complete.

  • By Kieran Davies

    Wawrinka 3-6 1-5 Djokovic

    Djokovic is making his opponent cover some real distance around the court with his shots.

    Wawrinka is sweating like he has just completed the London Marathon whereas Djokovic looks like he has been watching a boxset on TV.

    The tennis machine is one game away from a second set here.

  • By Dave Fraser

    Djokovic 4-0 Wawrinka*

    We're racing through this set and all of a sudden it's looking like we will be done tonight.

    Djokovic is chasing the bagel now on Centre Court.

    Can Wawrinka stop the rot?

  • By Dave Fraser

    Djokovic* 6-3 3-0 Wawrinka

    Ouch, that's a double break down for Wawrinka now.

    It'll be a long, long way back from here.

    Djokovic has really stepped it up since that midway point of the first set.

    As he so often does, he's making it look very, very easy.

    Credit: AP

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