Wimbledon 2019: table and results of the tournament

Check here the table and results of Wimbledon 2019, the third Grand Slam of the year, which runs from July 1 to July 14 at the All England.

The draw of the Wimbledon 2019 table left two clues as far as Rafa Nadal is concerned: on the one hand, that the manacorense will avoid Novak Djokovic until a hypothetical final; for another, that in the semifinals there could be a new episode of 'Fedal', his particular duel with Roger Federer, which already had another edition this year in the same round of Roland Garros.

Nadal, who is third seed despite being second in the ATP rankings by the peculiar system of Wimbledon, will start against the Japanese Yuichi Sugita (258 of the world) and could already have a first stone in the second round with the wayward Nick Kyrgios. If they continue to advance, other potential pitfalls such as Shapovalov, in the third round, are candidates to appear in their path; Cilic, in eighths; Thiem, in the quarterfinals, and the aforementioned Federer in the semifinals. The Swiss, meanwhile, will make his debut against the young South African Lloyd Harris, could have Pouille in the third round, Coric or Schwartzmann in eighth and Nishikori in the quarterfinals. On this side will compete other Spaniards such as Andujar (debuted against Kukushkin), Ramos (against Johnson),

The other quadrant is headed by Novak Djokovic, the defending champion, which will start against the German veteran Kohlschreiber (35 years) . In a possible trajectory until the match for the title, 'Nole' could be found after Jaziri, Lajovic, Dimitrov or Monfils and Tsitsipas already in the quarterfinals, with the South African Kevin Anderson as the main candidate to challenge him in the semifinals. Roberto Carballés (starts against Kecmanovic), Bautista (against Gojowczyk), Feliciano (against Giron), Verdasco (against Majchrzak), Munar (against Edmund), Granollers (against Sonego) and Carreño (against Popyrin), the other Spaniards on that side .

Hard road for Muguruza

In the women's tournament, the draw gave the 2017 champion Garbiñe Muguruza a complicated path, which she will debut against the Brazilian Haddad Maia and in the third round she could cross neither more nor less than the world number one. brand new winner of Roland Garros, Ashleigh Barty. To placate that threat, Bencic or Vekic would be possible dance partners in eighths; Kerber and Serena Williams, in the quarterfinals, and Kvitova, Sloane Stephens or Kiki Bertens, in the semifinals. Also appear in that flank of the picture other Spaniards like Paula Badosa (it will have in its premiere to Varvara Flink) and Carla Suárez (to Stosur) .

La Japanese Naomi Osaka heads the opposite quadrant. His debut will be against Kazakh Putintseva and could have Caroline Garcia or Wozniacki in the second round; to Halep, Kasatkina, Keys or Sabalenka in quarters and to Svitolina, Sevastova or Pliskova, in the semifinals. Next to it will be the Spanish Sara Sorribes, who will have a very complicated opening against the ex-numbered one Danish Caroline Wozniacki.

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