What is Wimbledon day twelve order of play?

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Everything you need to know ahead of Day 13 of Wimbledon 2022 as Elena Rybakina prepares to take on Ons Jabeur in the women’s singles final.

The eyes of the sporting world will once again be on Wimbledon today as the calendar’s most famous lawn tennis tournament resumes.

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A glittering array of stars have settled in SW19 for the acclaimed competition, including the likes of Novak Djokovic and Ons Jabeur chasing glory.

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In yesterday’s action, Djokovic secured his place in the men’s singles final by beating Cameron Norrie.

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Australian Nick Kyrgios, who received a bye in the semifinals after Rafael Nadal’s injury-related retirement, awaits him in the final.

However, Saturday is all about the women’s singles final as the All England Club prepares for the penultimate day of action.

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Here’s our breakdown of the action ahead of Day 12 of Wimbledon:

When did Wimbledon start and when will it end?

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Wimbledon started on Monday June 27th and will end on Sunday July 10th.

What is the schedule for Wimbledon 2022?

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The remaining full schedule for this year’s tournament is as follows:

  • Sat July 9th Women’s singles final, men’s doubles final, women’s wheelchair singles final, men’s wheelchair doubles final, four-person wheelchair singles semifinals, girls singles final, girls doubles final, boys doubles final, boys and girls 14&U singles, invitation doubles (women’s doubles, men’s doubles, mixed doubles)
  • Sun July 10th Men’s Singles Finals, Women’s Doubles Finals, Boys Singles Finals, Men’s & Quadruple Wheelchair Singles Finals, Women’s & Quadruple Wheelchair Doubles Finals, Boys & Girls 14&U Singles Final, Invitational Doubles (Women’s Doubles, Men’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles)

What is the order of play on day 13?

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The Women’s Singles Final is the focus of the action, but there are many other games in the build including the Women’s Wheelchair Singles Final.

It’s first versus second as Diede de Groot takes on Yui Kamiji in third place at 11am (BST).

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The women’s singles final will not be the last action of the day, however, and will precede the men’s doubles final when Australian duo Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell take on Croatians Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic.

For the full order of play for Friday, visit the Wimbledon official website. here.

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When does the final between Rybakina and Jabeur Ladies Singles start?

The women’s singles final between Elena Rybakina and Ons Jabeur begins at 2pm (BST) on Center Court.

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What is the ticket information for Wimbledon 2022?

As is tradition with SW19, fans can queue for tickets that allow them entry to the games on the same day.

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Last year the famous queue was closed due to Covid restrictions but will return in 2022 – as will resale options.

It is also possible to buy returned tickets from the All England Club ticket office after 3pm.

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Many spectators leave early and return their tickets, but their seats remain valid for the rest of the day at a cheaper rate.

For tickets bought on the same day, there are usually around 500 tickets each for Center Court, Court One, Court Two and Court Three.

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Other options include a ground pass that allows general access from Court Four to Court 19

Ticket prices are enough from £8 for a ground pass to £240 for Center Court tickets.

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Unlike recent tournaments, there was no Wimbledon ticket choice for 2022.

However, those fans who were successful in the 2020 election and accepted the option to keep their ticket will be offered same day and seat entry at this year’s event.

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How can I watch Wimbledon 2022?

For those without a ticket, the BBC will broadcast extensive coverage of all the action throughout Wimbledon week.

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Viewers can watch the Championships daily from 11am on BBC One, BBC Two and via BBC iPlayer.

There are also up to 18 seats to choose from on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app.

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BBC Radio 5 Live, meanwhile, has live commentary and expert analysis every day, as well as a new Wimbledon Daily podcast.

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