Wimbledon Day 10: Order of play, full schedule, how to watch and odds

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Carlos Alcaraz will face No 6 seed Holger Rune in their Wimbledon quarter-final TODAY, with Elena Rybakina in action… but what is the full schedule on Day 10? And how can you watch it?

Carlos Alcaraz and Elena Rybakina are both in action on Day 10 of Wimbledon.

Day Nine saw Novak Djokovic come from a set down to defeat Andrey Rublev 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, 6-3 in two hours and 48 minutes.

The Serbian won his seventh Wimbledon title and fourth in a row by coming from behind to beat Nick Kyrgios at last year’s final, and is a big favourite to make it five in a row.

Yesterday also saw Elina Svitolina reach the semi-finals of Wimbledon after a shock win over No 1 seed Iga Swiatek. The Ukrainian won the match 7-5, 6-7, 6-2, and dedicated the victory to those back in her homeland.

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Mail Sport provides today’s Wimbledon order of play below. 

Carlos Alcaraz is set to feature on Centre Court this afternoon on Day 10 of Wimbledon

Carlos Alcaraz is set to feature on Centre Court this afternoon on Day 10 of Wimbledon 

No 3 seed Elena Rybakina is also in action today and is set to face Ons Jabeur this afternoon

No 3 seed Elena Rybakina is also in action today and is set to face Ons Jabeur this afternoon 

Order of play

Centre Court (1.30pm) 

  • Elena Rybakina (3) vs Ons Jabeur (6)
  • Carlos Alcaraz (1) vs Holger Rune (6)

Court 1 (1pm)

  • Aryna Sabalenka (2) vs Madison Keys (25)
  • Daniil Medvedev (3) vs Christopher Eubanks

Court 2 (11am) 

  • Storm Hunter / Elise Mertens (3) vs Naiktha Bains / Maia Lumsden 
  • Kevin Krawietz / Tim Puetz (10) vs Jamie Murray / Michael Venus (13)
  • Marie Bouzkova / Sara Sorribes Tormo vs Laura Siegemund / Vera Zvonareva
  • Andrea Petkovic / Magdalena Rybarikova vs Kim Clijsters / Martina Hingis

Court 3 (11am) 

  • Nathaniel Lammons / Jackson Withrow vs Marcel Granollers / Horacio Zeballos (15)
  • Wesley Koolhof / Neal Skupski (1) vs Ariel Behar / Adam Pavlasek
  • Mate Pavic / Lyudmyla Kichenok (7) vs Jonny O’Mara / Olivia Nicholls 
  • Bob Bryan / Mike Bryan vs Andre Sa / Bruno Soares

Court 12 (11am) 

  • Francesca Pace (20) vs Ranah Akua Stoiber 
  • Jamie Delgado / Jonathan Marray vs Marcos Baghdatis / Xavier Malisse
  • Tallon Griekspoor / Bart Stevens vs Rohan Bopanna / Matthew Ebden (6)
  • Johanna Konta / Sania Mirza vs Francesca Schiavone / Roberta Vinci
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Court 18 (11.30am) 

  • Mark Woodforde / Martina Navratilova vs Thomas Johansson / Barbara Schett
  • Matwe Middelkoop / Aldila Sutjiadi vs Joran Vliegen / Yifan Xu 
  • Rositsa Dencheva vs Clervie Ngounoue (2)
  • Viktor Frydrych / Phoenix Weir vs Federico Bondioli / Federico Cina

Full schedule

Wednesday, July 12

  • Ladies’ Singles Quarter-finals
  • Men’s Singles Quarter-finals 
  • Ladies’ Doubles Quarter-finals 
  • Men’s Doubles Quarter-finals
This year's men's final is set to take place on Centre Court on Sunday, July 16, while the women's singles final will take place a day before

This year’s men’s final is set to take place on Centre Court on Sunday, July 16, while the women’s singles final will take place a day before 

Thursday, July 13

  • Ladies’ Singles Semi-finals 
  • Men’s Doubles Semi-finals 
  • Mixed Doubles Final 

Friday, July 14

  • Men’s Singles Semi-finals
  • Ladies’ Doubles Semi-finals 

Saturday, July 15

  • Ladies’ Singles Final
  • Men’s Doubles Final

Sunday, July 16

  • Men’s Singles Final
  • Ladies’ Doubles Final

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How to watch

Today’s coverage will begin on BBC One and is due to get underway at 12.15pm.

Fans will be able to watch all of this year’s action live on BBC. All of the matches will also be streamed on BBC iPlayer.

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For those who miss anything, fans will be able to catch up via ‘Today at Wimbledon’ every day from 9pm during the tournament.

ESPN will also be showing live coverage of all of this year’s action for those watching in the States.

Mail Sport will be providing live coverage every day at Wimbledon so you can keep up to date with all the action here.

Novak Djokovic remains the favourite to pick up his fifth Wimbledon title in a row this year

Novak Djokovic remains the favourite to pick up his fifth Wimbledon title in a row this year 

Odds 

Men’s odds 

Novak Djokovic to win – 4/9

Carlos Alcaraz to win – 3/1 

Jannik Sinner to win – 10/1 

Daniil Medvedev to win – 10/1 

Holger Rune to win – 30/1 

Women’s Odds

Elena Rybakina to win – 21/10

Aryna Sabalenka to win – 3/1

Elina Svitolina to win – 9/2 

Ons Jabeur to win – 5/1

Marketa Vondrousova to win – 5/1 

All odds via Paddy Power and correct at the time of publication. 

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