Wimbledon Quarter Finals Schedule of Play

Wimbledon Quarter Finals Schedule of Play. The schedule is out for today’s quarter-final day at Wimbledon, and will feature the top two seeds – world number one Novak Djokovic and world number three Roger Federer – in action on Centre Court. Djokovic will kick off proceedings Wednesday afternoon against No. 21 seed and recent NOVENTI OPEN finalist David Goffin. Federer will follow the defending champion on Centre with his 11th FedEx Head2Head meeting against eighth seed Japanese star Kei Nishikori. BET With UK Betting Company WILLIAM HILL on the matches.

World number two Rafael Nadal, the third seed, headlines the action on No. 1 Court, and will play American Sam Querrey in the second match. Fellow Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut will face Argentina’s Guido Pella starting 13.00 GMT on court 1.

Wimbledon Quarter Finals Schedule of Play


[1] Novak Djokovic (SRB) v [21] David Goffin (BEL)
[2] Roger Federer (SUI) v [8] Kei Nishikori (JPN)

NO. 1 COURT START 1:00pm (GMT)
[23] Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) v [26] Guido Pella (ARG)
[3] Rafael Nadal (ESP) v Sam Querrey (USA)


Player  Age   Time On Court  Best Wimbledon Run
[1] Djokovic  32   8:18  Won 2011, 14-15, 18
[2] Federer  37   6:47  Won 2003-07, 09, 12, 17
[3] Nadal  33   8:38  Won 2008, 10
[8] Nishikori  29   8:31  QF 2018-19
[21] Goffin  28   10:01  QF 2019
[23] Bautista Agut  31   6:48  QF 2019
[26] Pella  29   12:47  QF 2019
Querrey  31   8:54  SF 2017


[1] Novak Djokovic (SRB) v [21] David Goffin (BEL)
FedEx ATP Head2Head: Djokovic leads 5-1

Djokovic: “We’ve never faced each other on grass. I definitely have to prepare myself for that, do some analysis. I think grass is quite suitable to his style of the game. He’s one of the quickest players on the Tour. I think his footwork is probably his biggest asset. He manages to get himself in the right positions, he is balanced on some shots that most of the other guys aren’t really balanced. Finals of Halle against Roger before Wimbledon, now he’s in quarters, playing really well… David is someone who knows how to play on a big stage. He doesn’t get overwhelmed with the experience.”

Goffin: “Novak is playing so well in Grand Slams. He is so tough to beat him in best of five and especially here on grass. I think when he’s playing his best tennis, is the World No. 1, is probably the best… But he’s so consistent. This is what he’s playing for now, win Grand Slams. It’s tough. He’s so solid… [The Big Three] are so tough to beat in Grand Slams. But they are humans, so I will try to do my best.”

[2] Roger Federer (SUI) v [8] Kei Nishikori (JPN)
FedEx ATP Head2Head: Federer leads 7-3

Federer: “I think it’s going to be tough. Plus he’s getting into quarters with a lot of energy. I remember some of the Slams recently he arrived into the later stages of Slams with maybe some tough matches going into it. So far it’s been really easy for him. I think he’s ready. I’m a big fan of his game. I think he’s got one of the best backhands in the game that we have right now. He’s a great return player. Solid mentally. I always thought he was a great talent. I know him since he’s probably 16, 17 years old. So it’s been nice to see him grow there. I’ve played him on grass before, maybe never here. I know what to expect. I think there’s going to be no surprises from either one of us.”

Nishikori: “I’m sure that I have to play good tennis to beat Roger, because he’s the best player on the grass. I think he seems to be playing good this week, last two weeks… I’m sure it’s going to be tough, but I feel like I am very confident this week, playing good tennis… I’m happy to playing Roger now because I think I’m in good shape now. I know it’s not going to be easy, but I will enjoy for sure.”

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[23] Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) v [26] Guido Pella (ARG)
FedEx ATP Head2Head: Bautista Agut leads 2-0

Pella: “It’s a very nice feeling, because seriously, I never thought that I was going to make a quarter-finals in a Grand Slam, so it is a great feeling for me. It’s a great feeling that I feel support from the crowd and that feeling is massive. So I will try to keep doing my best. I have a very tough match in the next round, but I will keep fighting, keep playing, and if I can have some chances, maybe I will take it.”

[3] Rafael Nadal (ESP) v Sam Querrey (USA)
FedEx ATP Head2Head: Nadal leads 4-1

Nadal: “I think he played the semi-finals in 2017, close match to be in the final. 2017 was an amazing year for him. When he plays well, he can be very, very dangerous in all surfaces. But, of course, in fast surfaces, when he serves with his aggressive game, maybe more.”

Querrey: “I have never played him here…It’s his least favourite place of the Slams and he’s final-ed it five times. And he’s been rolling through guys. It’s going to be tough. I’m going to have to serve incredibly well, take my chances when I get them, and hopefully I can have a good day out there.”

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