Wimbledon Schedule 2010
As the date for the Wimbledon tennis championships draws closer, we will get a better idea of what matches we will have to look forward to. The schedule of Wimbledon 2010 matches is organised once the seedings have been agreed and the draw has taken place. This draw decides who will play each player in the first round of the tournament, and it is split into the top and bottom halves.
Before Wimbledon begins you should be able to gain access to the schedule of matches for the first day of play. This will obviously consist of the first round matches, but from day two onwards the schedule may include matches from more than one round. It all depends on how quickly certain matches are completed, and whether or not they are interrupted by bad weather.
The schedule traditionally sees the men’s singles tournament get underway on the first Monday, although some ladies’ matches also take place on this day. In contrast the Tuesday is traditionally known as Ladies’ Day, as many ladies’ matches take place on the Centre Court.
The provisional schedule can sometimes be changed according to how events play out. For example if a match is running late on one court and another court is free, the players waiting to play on the first court could be moved to the second one so that the matches are completed on time.
In short, the provisional schedule of 2010 matches is just that – provisional. You can find out more on the day of play.