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Wimbledon 2018 guide: Friday order of play and betting odds

It’s the men’s singles semi-finals at the All England Club

The Championships, Wimbledon

  • When: 2 to 15 July 
  • Where: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London SW19 
  • 2017 champions: Roger Federer (men’s singles); Garbine Muguruza (women’s singles) 
  • 2018 full draws: wimbledon.com

It’s the men’s semi-finals at the All England Club on Friday with Kevin Anderson vs. John Isner first up on Centre Court followed by Novak Djokovic vs. Rafael Nadal.

In the women’s singles Serena Williams will play Angelique Kerber in the final on Saturday after both players won their last-four matches.

Williams beat Julia Goerges 6-2, 6-4 while Kerber won 6-3, 6-3 against Jelena Ostapenko.

Friday 13 July order of play

Centre Court (1pm start, seeds in brackets)
  • Kevin Anderson (8) vs. John Isner (9) 
  • Novak Djokovic (12) vs. Rafael Nadal (2)

Women’s singles final

Saturday’s final will be played on Centre Court, starting at 2pm. The BBC will have live coverage from the All England Club.

  • Centre Court: Angelique Kerber (11) vs. Serena Williams (25)

Wimbledon 2018 guide

How to watch Wimbledon on TV

From 2 to 15 July the BBC will present live coverage of the Championships on TV, online and on Radio 5 live.

When are the 2018 Wimbledon finals?

The women’s singles final between Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber is on Saturday 14 July (2pm start). The men’s singles final is a day later on Sunday 15 July.

Wimbledon betting odds

Best prices according to Oddschecker (as of 13 July).

To win the men’s singles
  • Novak Djokovic: 6/4
  • Rafael Nadal: 6/4      
  • John Isner: 7/1
  • Kevin Anderson: 7/1  
To win the women’s singles
  • Serena Williams: 1/2  
  • Angelique Kerber: 7/4  

Wimbledon 2018 seeds

Men’s singles: the 32 seeds
  • 1. Roger Federer 
  • 2. Rafael Nadal 
  • 3. Marin Cilic 
  • 4. Alexander Zverev 
  • 5. Juan Martin del Potro 
  • 6. Grigor Dimitrov 
  • 7. Dominic Thiem 
  • 8. Kevin Anderson 
  • 9. John Isner 
  • 10. David Goffin 
  • 11. Sam Querrey 
  • 12. Novak Djokovic 
  • 13. Milos Raonic 
  • 14. Diego Schwartzman 
  • 15. Nick Kyrgios 
  • 16. Borna Coric 
  • 17. Lucas Pouille 
  • 18. Jack Sock 
  • 19. Fabio Fognini 
  • 20. Pablo Carreno Busta 
  • 21. Kyle Edmund
  • 22. Adrian Mannarino 
  • 23. Richard Gasquet 
  • 24. Kei Nishikori 
  • 25. Philipp Kohlschreiber 
  • 26. Denis Shapovalov 
  • 27. Damir Dzumhur 
  • 28. Filip Krajinovic 
  • 29. Marco Cecchinato 
  • 30. Fernando Verdasco 
  • 31. Stefanos Tsitsipas 
  • 32. Leonardo Mayer
Women’s singles: the 32 seeds
  • 1. Simona Halep 
  • 2. Caroline Wozniacki 
  • 3. Garbine Muguruza 
  • 4. Sloane Stephens 
  • 5. Elina Svitolina 
  • 6. Caroline Garcia 
  • 7. Karolina Pliskova 
  • 8. Petra Kvitova 
  • 9. Venus Williams 
  • 10. Madison Keys 
  • 11. Angelique Kerber 
  • 12. Jelena Ostapenko 
  • 13. Julia Goerges 
  • 14. Daria Kasatkina 
  • 15. Elise Mertens 
  • 16. Coco Vandeweghe 
  • 17. Ashleigh Barty 
  • 18. Naomi Osaka 
  • 19. Magdalena Rybarikova 
  • 20. Kiki Bertens 
  • 21. Anastasija Sevastova 
  • 22. Johanna Konta 
  • 23. Barbora Strycova 
  • 24. Maria Sharapova 
  • 25. Serena Williams 
  • 26. Daria Gavrilova 
  • 27. Carla Suarez Navarro 
  • 28. Anett Kontaveit 
  • 29. Mihaela Buzarnescu 
  • 30. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 
  • 31. Shuai Zhang
  • 32. Agnieszka Radwanska

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