Emma Raducanu’s next match at Wimbledon: What time does she play today?

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Emma Raducanu’s next match at Wimbledon: What time does she play today?

After overcoming Sorana Cirstea on Saturday, Emma Raducanu advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon.

In the second week at Wimbledon, Emma Raducanu is the only remaining Brit in both the women’s and men’s singles draws. The 18-year-old has been a revelation at Wimbledon this year, quickly establishing herself as a fan favorite in her debut Grand Slam main event.

Raducanu made her WTA Tour debut at the Nottingham Open last month, falling in the first round against compatriot Harriet Dart.

She was given a wildcard entrance to Wimbledon, though, and she has seized the opportunity.

In victories over Vitalia Diatchenko, Marketa Vondrousova, and Sorana Cirstea, the British teen sensation has yet to drop a set.

Raducanu was scheduled to face Vondrousova in the second round, with the 22-year-old having reached the final of the 2019 French Open.

Raducanu, on the other hand, won the match in just over an hour and was rewarded with a debut on Court One against Cirstea.

The large stage might be intimidating, especially when you’re playing in front of your home fans.

Raducanu, on the other hand, rose to the occasion with aplomb, quickly becoming a household name.

In the fourth round, she will face Australian Ajla Tomljanovic for the chance to win £300,000.

By the time Emma Raducanu takes the court tonight, she will have had 48 hours of rest between matches as she enters the fourth round.

Both the men’s and women’s fourth-round matches are held on Manic Monday, which always features a star-studded lineup.

At 1.30 p.m., Novak Djokovic takes against Cristian Garin on Centre Court, while Ashleigh Barty takes the stage on Court One.

And Raducanu will surely be keeping an eye on the women’s world No. 1 as a potential opponent.

After that match on Court One, Felix Auger Aliassime will face Alexander Zverev, with Raducanu being the last to play on the main stage.

Raducanu might be on the court by 5 p.m., depending on how long the first two matches take.

So far in the event, Zverev and Auger Aliassime have completed their matches in under three hours, while Barty has averaged just over one hour and a half.

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