The two-time champion returns to the All England Club with a tough game to open their 2022 tournament.
Murray, 35, finds himself in the top half of the table alongside world no.
Here’s everything you need to know about when, where and against who he will start his 2022 Wimbledon men’s singles quest:
When does Andy Murray play?
Andy Murray starts his men’s singles tournament at Wimbledon 2022 in the last game of opening day action.
Center Court will be the stage on Monday June 26 and Murray will begin at approximately 4:45pm (BST).
Who is Andy Murray playing?
Australia’s Jamie Duckworth will be Andy Murray’s first-round opponent at Wimbledon 2022.
The two have previously played each other twice, with Murray winning both.
Their last meeting was at Brisbane International in 2019.
Duckworth is currently ranked 221 in the world, with a career-high 185 as of February 2020, while Murray entered the tournament at No. 52.
Andy Murray odds for the first round
Murray is the big favorite to win his men’s singles first round match at Wimbledon 2022.
The two-time champion starts at 1/7 while Duckworth is the 7/2 underdog.
Who will Andy Murray face in the second round if he wins?
Any potential path to the men’s singles final at Wimbledon for Murray will likely go through Djokovic.
The old rivals are in the same half of the bracket with world number two Rafael Nadal in the other half.
If Murray wins his first-round match against Duckworth, he will face either French qualifier Enzo Couacaud or 20th-seeded John Isner in the second round.
World No. 10 Jannik Sinner would be the likely opponent if Murray reaches the third round, but it could also be Stan Wawrinka, Daniel Altmaier or Mikael Ymer.
Potential fourth-round opponents include world number three Casper Ruud and world number five Carlos Alcaraz, with Djokovic likely to wait in the later rounds.
Wimbledon 2022 Men’s Singles Total Odds
Novak Djokovic is the pre-tournament favorite to win the men’s singles event at Wimbledon this year.
The Serb starts the competition at 4/5 with Matteo Berrettini the next closest challenger in the market at 11/2 followed by Rafael Nadal at 7/1.
As for Andy Murray, the more optimistic players can back the Scot at 50/1 to win a third Wimbledon men’s singles title.
While these are very long odds, the 35-year-old still sits comfortably in the top half of the betting market as the 10th-lowest competitor.