Top-seeded To advance to the fourth round of the All England Championships, Novak Djokovic will compete against Miomir Kecmanovic, a Serbian compatriot. The six-time Wimbledon winner Djokovic is the favorite to win the match and will be vying for his seventh Wimbledon title to turn around his year.
The third-ranked player in the world, Novak Djokovic, has had a challenging year, to say the least. He was denied entry to Australia owing to his refusal to receive a vaccination, and he lost to Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinals of the French Open at Roland Garros.
Djokovic is expected to miss the US Open later in the year because of his continued opposition to getting vaccinated against covid. As a result, he may need to win Wimbledon to salvage a season that meets the high expectations of the Serb.
Ons Jabeur of Tunisia will enter the main court first and attempt to defeat Diane Parry, a young Frenchwoman. The Tunisian, who hasn't dropped a set in this year's competition and advanced to the quarterfinals of the grass-court slam last year, will hope to maintain her momentum as she enters the third round of matches at SW19.
a large portion of John Isner, who comes into the third round of fixtures after dumping Andy Murray out in his previous game, will hope to surpass tenth-seeded Jannick Sinner of Italy.
Maria Sakkari, the fifth-seeded female player, will take on Tatjana Maria. On Friday, former champion Angelique Kerber is also scheduled to compete. Elise Mertens of Belgium will attempt to dissuade Kerber from accepting her challenge.
Another German, Jule Niemeier, will attempt to defeat Lesia Tsurenko of Ukraine.