Wimbledon 2016 order of play Tuesday 28 June: Andy Murray begins quest for second title on Centre Court
ANDY MURRAY will be second on Centre Court on Tuesday as he begins his Wimbledon 2016 campaign against fellow Brit Liam Broady.
The world No2 has recently rejoined coach Ivan Lendl in a bid to add to his two grand-slam titles, one of which came at SW19 three years ago.
Reigning women’s champion Serena Williams will open proceedings on Centre Court on Tuesday, in keeping with tradition. The world No1 and six-time champion will take on Switzerland’s Amra Sadikovic when the action begins on Centre Court at 1pm.
Murray will then follow against Broady before Caroline Wozniacki takes on third seed Svetlana Kuznetsova in a tasty final match on Centre Court.
Men’s No 4 seed Stan Wawrinka will be first up on Court 1 on Tuesday against American Taylor Fritz.
British women’s No 1 Johanna Konta will be second on Court 1 against Puerto Rican Monica Puig before former champion Petra Kvitova rounds off Court 1 action against Sorana Cirstea.
Britain’s women’s No2 Heather Watson will be last on Court 2, which begins at 11.30am with with Australian Nick Kyrgios against Czech veteran Radek Stepanek.
Another Brit, Aljaz Bedene, will take on Richard Gasquet first on Court 3.
TUESDAY 28 JUNE ORDER OF PLAY
CENTRE COURT (1pm start)
Serena Williams (1) v Amra Sadikovic
Liam Broady v Andy Murray (2)
Caroline Wozniacki v Svetlana Kuznetsova (3)
COURT 1 (1pm start)
Taylor Fritz v Stan Wawrinka (4)
Monica Puig v Johanna Konta (16)
Petra Kvitova (10) v Sorana Cirstea
COURT 2 (11.30am start)
Nick Kyrgios (15) v Radek Stepanek
Fernando Verdasco v Bernard Tomic (19)
Agnieszka Radwanska (3) v Kateryna Kozlova
Heather Watson v Annika Beck
COURT 3 (11.30am start)
Richard Gasquet (7) v Aljaz Bedene
Alison Riske v Roberta Vinci (6)
Dominic Thiem (8) v Florian Mayer
Timea Bacsinszky (11) v Luksika Kuhkhum
The Will To Win
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Venus in Vogue
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THREE AND COUNTING
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