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Wimbledon 2019 kicked off: Nadal, Federer, Djokovic continue to dominate?

Wimbledon 2019 kicked off: Nadal, Federer, Djokovic continue to dominate?

This year's Grand Slam Wimbledon grass will kick off at the All England Club from July 1st and last until July 14th. The focus is on the men's singles with the presence of defending champion Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Recently, the Wimbledon Organizing Committee 2019 conducted a draw ceremony to branch the players at Wimbledon 2019. The focus is on the men's singles with the presence of defending champion Novak Djokovic (No. 1 seed), Roger Federer (No. 2 seed) and Rafael Nadal (No. 3 seed).

According to the draw results, Rafael Nadal is on the same line with Roger Federer. If there were no surprises, both will have their 40th match in the semi-finals. However, to advance to this match, Rafael Nadal will experience a much more difficult journey than Roger Federer.

Rafael Nadal has a match against his rival Yuichi Sugita (rank 258). If he wins, the Spaniard will encounter an obstacle in the second round when he is more likely to face Nick Kyrgios, the opponent who beat him in Wimbledon's fourth round of 2014.

Rafael Nadal's next opponents are also expected to be "bone" like Denis Shapovalov (29th in the world) in round 3; Marin Cilic (13rd world seed) in Round 4 and Dominic Thiem (No. 5 seed) in the quarterfinals.

Wimbledon 2019 kicked off: Nadal, Federer, Djokovic continue to dominate?

Meanwhile, Roger Federer will open the match with the 22-year-old Lloyd Harris (world class 87th). The challenge only came to "FedEx" from round 4 when it was most likely to meet Borna Coric (No. 14 seed) and quarterfinals to meet Kei Nishikori (8th seed) or John Isner (No. 9 seed).

In the other branch, the defending champion Novak Djokovic is expected to have a tough start to meet veteran Philipp Kohlschreiber. If convenient, Nole will be easier to play from round 2 and may meet young talent Stefanos Tsitsipas in the quarterfinals, before being able to meet Kevin Anderson to recreate last year's Wimbledon final.

In the women's content, defending champion Angelique Kerber (No. 5 seed) is expected to be difficult to face Serena Williams (No. 11 seed) in the fourth round. Then there is rival Ashleigh Barty, now rated as the world No. 1 player in the quarterfinals, if not unexpectedly soon. In addition, this branch also has the appearance of Maria Sharapova.

The remaining competition will be fierce competition of players like Naomi Osaka (No. 2 seed), Karolina Pliskova (3rd seed), Simona Halep (No. 7 seed) or Elina Svitolina (No. 8 seed).

Wimbledon 2019 kicked off: Nadal, Federer, Djokovic continue to dominate?

Wimbledon 2019 schedule:

Monday July 1st Men's and Ladies' Singles 1st Round 

Tue July 2nd Men's and Ladies' Singles 1st Round

Wed July 3rd Men's and Ladies' Singles 2nd Round 

Thu July 4th Men's and Ladies' Singles 2nd Round 
Fri July 5th Men's and Ladies' Singles 3rd Round 
Sat July 6th Men's and Ladies' Singles 3rd Round 
Sun July 7th No play
Mon July 8th Men's and Ladies' Singles 4th Round 
Tues July 9th Ladies' Singles Quarter-Finals Center
Wed July 10th Men's Singles Quarter-Finals Center
Thur July 11th Ladies' Singles Semi-Finals
Fri July 12th Men's Singles Semi-Finals 
Sat July 13th Ladies': Singles Final + Men's Doubles Final + Ladies' Doubles Final 
Sun 14th July: Men's Singles Final + Mixed Doubles Final