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Wimbledon 2024: Results and updates

The men’s and women’s British No. 1 and No. 2 will face off in the second round of Wimbledon.

Katie Boulter and Harriet Dart started their second encounter of the summer so far with wins, while Jack Draper’s epic five-set clash and Cam Norrie’s late evening victory set the stage for their third encounter.

Meanwhile, Jacob Fearnley Dan Evans, who is coming off his first Grand Slam victory, will have to come back tomorrow to finish his match against 24th seed Alejandro Tabilo, who he trailed 6-2, 3-3.

However, the wild cards are Billy Harris, Henry Searle and Francesca Jones lost in their opening matches, while Paul Jubb and Jan Choinski were also eliminated in five sets.

32And seed Bull She had to fight hard to beat Wimbledon semi-finalist and Lexus Surbiton Cup runner-up Tatjana Maria 7-6(8), 7-5.

Maria’s hard slices and relentless fighting provided a tough fight for the Briton, who came from behind in serve in both sets to secure a hard-fought victory.

Next up is British number 2 Darts gameHaving knocked out Chinese qualifier Zhuoxuan Bai 6-4, 6-0 in 1 hour and 18 minutes earlier in the day.

A comfortable victory for Dart saw the 27-year-old win eight straight games to tie the opener at 4-4 and save the only two break points he faced throughout the match. This is the third time in his career that he has reached the second round of Wimbledon.

Boulter beat Dart in three sets in their last meeting in Nottingham this summer.

Both players’ victories today mean five British women will be in the second round of the women’s singles for the first time since 1987.


Curtain man He achieved his first five-set win at Wimbledon, beating Swedish No. 1 Elias Ymer 3-6, 6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 in three and a half hours in front of a centre court crowd.

The 28-year-old Swede scored a brave goal to twice get past her Briton and break serve for the second time in the fourth set to tie the game.

As the roof closed in and the pair settled into the final set, Draper’s growing experience in the deciding moments of big matches showed. The Stuttgart champion kept his composure in the fifth set and lost just three points on serve the rest of the way. Ymer, meanwhile, had one poor service game – a double fault to close behind 0-40 – that gave Draper the only break he needed to break through.

The young Briton heaped praise on Murray in his post-match interview after the latter withdrew from their singles match earlier in the day.

“I wouldn’t be here without Andy,” he said. “Off the field he’s an incredible guy, so funny, so genuine, so kind and so competitive and such a champion. Thank you so much.”

Draper will take charge Norrie The 2022 semi-finalist found his form again by beating Facundo Diaz Acosta 7-5, 7-5, 6-3.

Norrie knocked down his Argentinian opponent eight times in two hours and 17 minutes to reach his fifth second round at Wimbledon.

Norrie currently has a 2-0 record against Draper with wins at the Championship and the Miami Open.


Rothesay Open Nottingham champion Fearless He achieved his childhood dream by achieving his first Wimbledon win by defeating Alejandro Moro Canas 7-5, 6-4, 7-6(12) on Court 8.

The win will open up the opportunity to face seven-time champion Novak Djokovic, who will likely make his debut on one of the big show courts.

The 22-year-old Briton’s fearless display on his first appearance at the tournament saw him rack up an impressive 47 winners across three sets, never breaking once. Despite the Spaniard’s struggles in the third-set tie-break, Fearnley kept his foot on the gas and closed out the win with his sixth match point.

But, Harris’s His first main draw appearance at Wimbledon ended with a 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 defeat to world number 63 Jaume Munar.

Harris leaves SW19 with a career-high ranking of 116th in the world after finishing in the semi-finals at the Rothesay International Eastbourne, the semi-finals at the Rothesay Open Nottingham and Lexus Surbiton Trophy and the quarter-finals at the Cinch Championships.

Men’s singles champion Sailor The world number 46 made an impressive debut against Marcos Giron but was defeated 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 in two hours and 29 minutes.

Searle, who only made the switch to the men’s game this year, showed once again that she can compete at the highest level – especially on grass. Her big serve provided an advantage – she hit 17 aces in the match – but her 43 unforced errors compared to Giron’s 26 ultimately made the difference.


23 years old Jones She lost to former world number 14 Petra Martic in the first round match, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.

The Briton made a strong start to his bid for a first Grand Slam victory but an injury in the final set made it difficult for Jones to come to the fore in the deciding moments of the match.

Jubb’s Brazilian Thiago Seyboth Wild’s hopes of a first Wimbledon victory were dashed after an epic fight that ended 1-6, 3-6, 7-6(6), 6-4, 7-5.

The 24-year-old from Hull was two sets ahead and appeared to be relaxed before the first rain delay. Jubb missed his only match point opportunity in the third-set tie-break before losing a crucial set with a forehand that went less than a millimetre from the tramline.

Boosting confidence, Seyboth Wild pulled away from the Briton and despite missing his first four match points before falling behind in the fifth round, closed out the win inside four hours.

Choinski He lost 7-5, 4-6, 2-6, 7-5, 6-2 to world number 37 Luciano Darderi in a thrilling five-set match that lasted just over three and a half hours.

The 28-year-old Briton, who won his first Grand Slam title at The Championships last year, had three break points at 1-1 in the fourth set but failed to convert. In the deciding fifth set, the Italian won all but two points on serve to secure victory.