Wimbledon, the most famous and traditional tournament is all set to begin from tomorrow and the order of play for day one has been released. Day one of the Wimbledon features lots of interesting matches to look forward. Let’s look at the top matches that feature in day one action at the Wimbeldon.
Order of play- Centre Court
1. Novak Djokovic vs Phillip Kohlschreiber:
This has been scheduled the first match of the day and it is probably the biggest match of day one as Phillip has the decent gameplay to take a set or two from the world no 1 and can cause some troubles. Although, Phillip has the game to take a set from world no 1, Djokovic has been in the form of his life and should easily be the player to go through.
2. Stanislas Wawrinka vs Joao Sousa:
The Swiss Wawrinka will take on the Portugese Sousa which is scheduled to be the third match at the centre court. The French open champion hasn’t had much success in the grass in the past where he couldn’t go past 4th round. But still he should be the clear favourite to go through.However, for sousa if he is aggressive throughout and take his chances he might cause some troubles for the Swiss.
Order of play- Court 1:
3. Kei Nishikori vs Simone Bolelli:
The Japanese will take on the Italian which is scheduled to be the second match in court 1. Kei Nishikori should easily be the candidate to go through,but his recent calf injury might be a big concern for him although he stated that he is fine at the moment and ready to go, he will be tested during the round 1 action against Bolelli.
4. Grigor Dimitrov vs Federico Delbonis:
This is the last match to be scheduled in court 1 where the Bulgarian takes on the Argentinian. Grigor Dimitrov’s progress in 2015 hasn’t been great so far and he recently suffered round one loss against jack sock at the French Open. He will be looking to change things around and grass would be a perfect foil for his gameplay. Even though Dimitrov is the clear favourite to go through there might also be an upset on the cards if Dimitrov failed to maintain the tempo against Delbonis.
Power packed day one action is on the cards and one could not miss any of the action at the most prestigious tournament the game has ever seen.
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