August 10, 2022

Fior Markets News Blog

Complete News World

Wimbledon 2022 live stream: Emma Raducano, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic as rain delays start

Wimbledon 2022 live stream: Emma Raducano, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic as rain delays start

Wimbledon 2022: Emma Raducano wins central court debut as Andy Murray starts winning

Wimbledon entered the third day in the All England Club with Emma Radocano, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, after the dramatic defeat of Serena Williams last night.

Today’s standings see Raducanu return after his first center-court debut and look to overtake Caroline Garcia, with Murray set to be third with the potential for some late drama against big-serving John Isner. The domestic candidates are set to start after Djokovic’s opening against 26-year-old Australian Tanasi Kokinakis.

Cameron Norrie (vs Jaume Munnar), Heather Watson (vs Chiang Wang) and Harriet Dart (vs Rebecca Massarova) will be looking to maintain momentum from the impressive first two days of the British players in SW19, as well as Ryan Penniston, 26-year-old newcomer who achieved His first Grand Slam win in the opening round. Veteran American faces Steve Johnson first in Court 3.

Elsewhere, sensational Spanish teen Carlos Alcaraz (against Talon Grixpur) and world number two Anas Jabeur (v. Katarzina Kawa) moved to Court 2 and Court 3 respectively this afternoon, while Wimbledon champions Angelique Kerber and Garbine Muguruza also appeared on Court 2 .

Catch all the action from day two live, including the latest results, reaction and analysis from the All England Club


The rain delay begins in Wimbledon

Johnson loves grass and his best singles performance came at a Grand Slam at Wimbledon in 2016, reaching the fourth round. He has two ATP 250 titles on the lawn, too.

Steve Johnson, pictured, beat Grigor Dimitrov in the first round

(Getty Images)

Lawrence OstlerJune 29, 2022 12:28


The rain delay begins in Wimbledon

Play has now been postponed until at least 12:30pm.

The surfaces are on Center and Court 1, while the surface is being checked on Court 3. The nerves of Ryan Benniston, who has been forced to wait for his second-ever Grand Slam match, will be on the nerves.

Lawrence OstlerJune 29, 2022 12:20


The Great Story of Ryan Peniston

First on pitch 3, when he finally starts playing, is Ryan Peniston, who has an exceptional story.

He said that having cancer as a child was a “blessing in disguise” as it made him “tougher as a player” after winning his first singles match in Wimbledon.

The 26-year-old was cheered by his parents, Paul and Benny, from the side rows of a packed stadium as they watched his victory over Swiss Henri Laksonen.

At the age of one, Penniston was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a tumor near his stomach, which required surgery and chemotherapy years before regular checkups.

The former Essex-born player attributed his late brilliance in tennis to battling this as a young man, growing up “a foot smaller than all my peers”.

Lawrence OstlerJun 29 2022 12:16


The rain delay begins in Wimbledon

Some pictures from a rainy morning in SW19:

Novak Djokovic prepares for the training ground


People sit under umbrellas because the rain delays the beginning


The water is drained from the outer courts on the third day


A bird skips the grass


Lawrence OstlerJun 29 2022 12:04


The rain delay begins in Wimbledon

Play will now be postponed until at least 12.15pm after a series of small drizzles that flooded Wimbledon and painted the many stadiums he had hoped had their covers stripped after the downpour ended at around 11am.

My situation in Court 3 this morning, where there is no shelter from the rain, was a huge mistake.

Lawrence OstlerJun 29 2022 11:56


Today’s Wimbledon Ranking

Some of the main procedures for external courts:

  • Anhelina Kalinina vs Lesia Tsurenko (29)
  • Tommy Ball vs. Adrian Mannarino (30)
  • Bana Udvardi vs. Elise Mertens (24)
  • Tim van Reethoven vs. Riley Opelka (15)
  • David Goffin vs. Sebastian Baez (31)
  • Alexander Bublik vs Dusan Lajovic
  • Diane Barry vs Mai Hontama
  • Lucy Hradika and Sania Mirza (6) – Magdalena Fritsch and Beatriz Haddad Maya
  • Alejandro Tapelo vs Miomir Kekmanovic (25)
  • Marie Bozkova vs. Anne Lee
  • Elisabetta Cuchiarito vs Irina Camelia Peugeot
  • Jimmy Murray and Bruno Soares (9) vs. Benjamin Ponzi and Arthur Rinderknish
  • Jodi Anna Borage and Eden Silva vs. Ariane Hartono and Demi Shores
  • Oscar Otti (32) vs Christian Harrison
  • Nikoloz Basilashvili (22) vs Quentin Hales
  • Sarah Gray and Yuriko Miyazaki vs. Asia Muhammad and Ina Shibahara (5)
  • Shuai Zhang (33) vs. Marta Kostyuk
  • Jerry Veseli vs Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
  • Dalma Gilfi vs. Kaja Jovan
  • Jazz Biden & Son Woo Kwon vs Tanase Kokinakis & Nick Kyrgios (10)
  • Francis Tiafoe (23) vs Maximilian Martier
  • Tatjana Maria vs. Sorana Kirstia (26)
  • Maja Chualinska vs Alison Riske (28)
  • Rajiv Ram and Joe Salisbury (1) – Daniel Altmaier and Carlos Taberner

Lawrence OstlerJun 29 2022 11:46


Today’s Wimbledon Ranking

Here’s what’s happening at the four major stadiums today:

Central Court (from 1.30pm)

  • Novak Djokovic (1) Thanasi Kokinakis
  • Caroline Garcia vs. Emma Raducano (10)
  • Andy Murray vs John Isner (20)
  • Jules Niemeyer vs. Annette Kontaveit (2)
  • Karolina Pliskova vs. Teresa Martinkova – to end match, 7-6 (1) 5-5
  • Cameron Norrie (9) vs Jaume Munnar
  • Maria Scarry (5) vs Victoria Tomova
  • Casper Ruud (3) vs. Ugo Humbert (15)
  • Greet Minnen vs Garbine Muguruza – Until the end, 6-4
  • Angelique Kerber vs. Magda Lynette
  • Talon Grixborough vs Carlos Alcaraz Garvia (5)
  • Chiang Wang vs Heather Watson
  • Ryan Peniston vs Steve Johnson
  • Yanina Wickmayer vs. Jelena Ostapenko (12)
  • Yannick Sener (10) vs. Mikael Ymir
  • Katarzina Kawa vs. Anas Jaber (3)

Anas Jaber became world number two after winning the first round at Wimbledon (John Walton/PA)

(PA wire)

Lawrence OstlerJun 29 2022 11:37


The rain delay begins in Wimbledon

While we wait, here’s a photo of Rufus the hawk, who’s been keeping pigeons away from the All England club for 15 years now, after taking Hamish (who’s also a hawk).

Rufus the Harris hawk in action on day three of Wimbledon 2022 (Aaron Chown/PA)

(PA wire)

As PA explains, the Falcons’ coach at Wimbledon revealed he was asked to “get a proper job” in the early years of his now hugely successful career. Wayne Davis, from Corby in Northamptonshire, has been training the Hawks – Hamish and later Rufus – to remove pigeons from the All England Club in southwest London for 22 years.

Wayne Davis and Rufus Harris Hawk on day three of Wimbledon 2022 (Aaron Chawan/PA)

(PA wire)

Lawrence OstlerJun 29 2022 11:29


The rain delay begins in Wimbledon

No tennis so far this morning, but the forecast looks like a sunny, dry afternoon. It will be a relief to organizers who are already behind schedule, with several first-round matches still to be played including Britain’s Harriet Dart, who takes on Rebecca Masarova on Court 12.

The covers are peeled off from the outdoor playgrounds


Lawrence OstlerJune 29, 2022 11:23


The rain delay begins in Wimbledon

Another update on Court 3, where Peniston is due this morning: “Due to light rain in the area, there will be no play until 11.45am.”

Lawrence OstlerJune 29, 2022 11:20