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Wednesday’s top 10 matches: Wimbledon Russian derby and Euro 2023 semi-finals

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 12:27:11

Wednesday’s top 10 matches: Wimbledon Russian derby and Euro 2023 semi-finals

Mikhail Georgiev July 4, 2023, 21:00 Moscow time

Program for July 5: Rublev vs. Karatsev, matches between Medvedev, Andreeva, Kasatkina and Djokovic, and we will also meet the finalists of the Youth Euro Cup.

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The time in the material is in Moscow. Program in summary:

🎾 1:00 PM*: Andrey Rublev (Russia) – Aslan Karatsev (Russia), Wimbledon, second round 🎾 1:00 PM*: Veronika Kudermetova (Russia) – Marketa Vondroushova (Czech Republic), Wimbledon, second round 🎾 1:00 PM* : Daria Kasatkina (Russia) – Jody Burrage (Great Britain), Wimbledon, second round 🎾 1:00 PM*: Novak Djokovic (Serbia) – Jordan Thompson (Australia), Wimbledon, second round 🎾 1:00 PM*: Daniil Medvedev (Russia) ) – Arthur Feri (Great Britain), Wimbledon, first round 🎾 1:00 p.m.*: Mirra Andreeva (Russia) – Xiyu Wang (China), Wimbledon, first round 🎾 1:00 p.m.*: Anna Blinkova (Russia) – Janina Wickmayer ( Belgium), Wimbledon, first round ⚽️ 17:00 Torpedo – Spartak, friendly match ⚽️ 22:00: Spain – Ukraine, Euro 2023 U21, semifinals

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🎾 13:00*: Andrey Rublev (Russia) – Aslan Karatsev (Russia), Wimbledon, second round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: who will win the Russian derby?

25-year-old Andrey Rublev, who reached the final at the Halle grass court, also made his successful debut on the Wimbledon courts. In the first round, the Russian held her own against Australia’s Purcell without dropping a set. Now Andrei awaits the Russian derby with Aslan Karatsev, who this year got his first career win in the main draw of the English Slam. Which of the Russians will make it to the stage of the third round?

andrei rublev

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🎾 1:00 p.m.*: Veronika Kudermetova (Russia) – Marketa Vondrousova (Czech Republic), Wimbledon, second round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Did Veronika Kudermetova find a winning rhythm in an awkward tournament?

Previously, Veronika Kudermetova won only one Wimbledon main draw match in her career, in 2019. But this year, the Russian started the grass-court season well: in Hertogenbosch she reached the final, where she lost to compatriot Ekaterina Alexandrova, and in Berlin he starred before the quarterfinals with the same Alexandrova. Veronica also started with victory in the capital of England, beating the Estonian Kanepi in two sets. In case of victory in the second round, Veronica will set a personal record at the English Grand Slam tournament.

Veronika Kudermetova

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🎾 1:00 p.m.*: Daria Kasatkina (Russia) – Jody Burrage (Great Britain), Wimbledon, second round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: will Daria Kasatkina’s health interfere?

The first racket from Russia once made it to the Wimbledon quarterfinals, but it was quite a long time ago, in 2018. At the beginning of this tournament, the 26-year-old Russian scored a resounding victory over Caroline Doulhide. But the state of health of the Russian woman became an alarming moment. During the meeting, Daria twice called the doctor to court for back problems. If the back doesn’t let Kasatkin down, Daria should have no problem meeting with local tennis player Burrage.

Daria Kasatkina

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🎾 13:00*: Novak Djokovic (Serbia) – Jordan Thompson (Australia), Wimbledon, second round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Will Djokovic continue his charming streak at Wimbledon?

Novak Djokovic, 36, arrived in the English capital for another title at the Grand Slam tournament. With a victory in the first round match, the Serbian phenom secured his 29th straight Wimbledon victory. In the Open Era, there were only three longer unbeaten streaks. Novak’s next opponent is the tough Australian Thompson, who managed to go 0-2 at the start of the tournament in the match against Nakashima.

Novak Djokovic

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🎾 1:00 p.m.*: Daniil Medvedev (Russia) – Arthur Fery (Great Britain), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Will Russia’s best tennis player overcome prolonged bad luck at the Hulls?

The last time the 27-year-old Medvedev made it past the fourth round at Grand Slam tournaments was last year in Melbourne, where he reached the final. In the same season, Daniil did not reach the main tournaments of the year beyond the third round, and in Paris, Medvedev generally lost early in the tournament. Will Russia’s best tennis player overcome prolonged bad luck at the Hulls? First he will have to overcome the bad weather, which has already postponed Daniil’s match from Tuesday to Wednesday, and then deal with the owner of the local courts Feri.

daniel medvedev

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🎾 13:00*: Mirra Andreeva (Russia) – Xiyu Wang (China), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Will 16-year-old Mirra Andreeva be able to cope with the pressure of Wimbledon?

Andreeva, 16, was the only Russian woman (out of eight) who managed to break the qualifying barrier. Three participants left the fight in the first round, four more – in the second, that is, in the semifinals. Mirra has never competed on grass before. The next match will be her Wimbledon adult main draw debut.

myrrh andreeva

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🎾 13:00*: Anna Blinkova (Russia) – Janina Wickmeier (Belgium), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Will Anna Blinkova repeat her career best result at Wimbledon?

Anna Blinkova, 24, is participating in the main draw of the Grand Slam grass tournament for the fourth time in her career. Previously, a native of Moscow never passed in her life in the capital of England beyond the second round; She finished there in 2018 and 2021. To repeat her career best result in London, Anna needs to face the experienced Belgian Wickmayer, who made her Wimbledon debut 15 years ago.

Anna Blinkova

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⚽️ 17:00 Torpedo – Spartak, friendly match

Intrigue: has Spartak changed on the eve of the new season?

The RPL recently ended, and now teams are gearing up for a mighty new draw. True, Torpedo and Spartak now play in different tournaments. The Torpedo players were relegated to the First League, while the Spartak team finished third in the RPL. On July 5, these teams will play a friendly match: a great opportunity to see if they (and in particular Spartak with the experienced Guillermo Abascal) have changed during this time.

Torpedo – Spartak

Photo: Dmitry Golubovich, Championship

⚽️ 19:00: Israel vs England Semifinals Euro 2023 U21

Intrigue: Will England reach the final or will there be another sensation?

This summer, the main teams do not have a big tournament, so all the attention was focused on the youth Eurocup. And there really is something to look at: as expected, stellar England made it to the semi-finals and, quite unexpectedly, Israel. In the quarterfinals, the Israelis dramatically eliminated tournament hosts Georgia on penalties. The British, in turn, defeated Portugal. Who will reach the final?

Cameron Archer (England youth team)

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⚽️ 22:00: Spain – Ukraine, Euro 2023 Under-21 semifinal

Intrigue: will there be another collapse of the favorite?

The second semifinal was also full of surprises. The fact that Spain claims to reach the final can hardly surprise anyone. But Ukraine became the author of one of the main sensations of the entire tournament. In the quarterfinals, the team got the star of France, but something incredible happened: 3:1 in favor of Ruslan Rotan’s team, and the French went home with nothing. The Spanish certainly learned a lesson from that encounter and will not underestimate Ukraine in the semi-finals. Or are we waiting for another sensation?

Spain youth team

Photo: Vasile Mihai-Antonio/Getty Images

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