Saturday, June 27, 2015

Wimbledon 2016 Draw First Round Schedule and Fixtures

The Draw for Wimbledon 2016 First Round has been out after the Wimbledon 2016. Full Wimbledon 2016 Schedule and Wimbledon Fixtures are listed as day by day and match wise schedule is being asked by the audience. You can also download the Wimbledon 2016 Schedule in PDF.  

We will update the first round, second round, 3rd round matches draw whenever it is announced. 

This draw contain the seeds of Men's Singles, Ladies Singles, Men's & Women's Doubles and Mixed Doubles. 

Andy Murray, the second seed and the third favorite, might have to beat a struggling Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals after Roger Federer, champion seven times, shot in his second Wimbledon title - against the world No1, Novak Djokovic.


The two days fixtures are announced and the Wimbledon 2015 matches schedule for 29th and 30th June are provided here. Andy Murray, who at 28 is in the best shape prior to the tournament of his career, he has to start on Tuesday against Mikhail Kukushkin, 55 places below him in the rankings and won a set in six matches against. 

They at least share an affinity with women coaches, Murray led by Amelie Mauresmo and Kazakh by his wife, Anastasia Kukushkina.

Wimbledon 2016 Draw Highlights

  • Andy Murray [Current position No. 3] cannot play Novak Djokovic[No. 1] until the finals as seen in the schedule.
  • British No. 2 Player Johanna Konta will starts against World Number 1 Maria Sharapova

29 June, Monday

  1. Djokovic 1 (SER) vs Kohlschreiber (GER)
  2. Nieminen (FIN) vs Hewitt (AUS)
  3. Herbert (FRA) vs Chung (KOR)
  4. Struff (GER) vs Tomic 27 (AUS)
  5. Mayer 24 (ARG) vs Kokkinakis (AUS)
  6. Tipsarevic (SER) vs Granollers (SPA)
  7. Ilhan (TUR) vs Janowicz (POL)
  8. Pouille (FRA) vs Anderson 14 (SA)
  9. Cilic 9 (CRO) vs Moriya (JPN)
  10. Haider-Maurer (AUT) vs Berankis (LTU)
  11. Ebden (AUS) vs Rola (SLO)
  12. Soeda (JPN) vs Isner 17 (US) 
  13. Cuevas 28 (URU) vs Kudla (US)
  14. Gabashvili (RUS) vs Zverev (GER)
  15. Souza (BRZ) vs Giraldo (COL)
  16. Bolelli (ITA) vs Nishikori 5 (JPN)
  17. Wawrinka 4 (SUI) vs Sousa (POR)
  18. Estrella Burgos (DOM) vs Becker (GER)
  19. Klizan (SVK) vs Verdasco (SPA)
  20. Sela (ISR) vs Thiem 32 (AUT)
  21. Robredo 19 (SPA) vs Millman (AUS)
  22. Young (US) vs Baghdatis (CYP)
  23. Broady (GB) vs Matosevic (AUS)
  24. Zeballos (ARG) vs Goffin 16 (BEL)
  25. Dimitrov 11 (BUL) vs Delbonis (ARG)
  26. Lacko (SVK) vs Johnson (US)
  27. De Schepper (FRA) vs Smith (AUS)
  28. Saville (AUS) vs Gasquet 21 (FRA)
  29. Kyrgios 26 (AUS) vs Schwartzman (ARG)
  30. Monaco (ARG) vs Mayer (GER)
  31. Lajovic (SER) vs Haas (GER)
  32. Gimeno-Traver (SPA) vs Raonic 7 (CAN)

30 June , Tuesday

  1. Ferrer 8 (SPA) v Ward (GB)
  2. Vesely (CZE) v Lorenzi (ITA)
  3. Pospisil (CAN) v Millot (FRA)
  4. Smyczek (US) v Fognini 30 (ITA)
  5. Troicki 22 (SER) v Nedovyesov (KAZ)
  6. Stepanek (CZE) v Bedene (GB)
  7. Brown (GER) v Lu (TPE)
  8. Bellucci (BRZ) v Nadal 10 (SPA)
  9. Tsonga (FRA) v Muller (LUX)
  10. Istomin (UZB) v Ramos-Vinolas (SPA)
  11. Dolgopolov (UKR) v Edmund (GB)
  12. Ymer (SWE) v Karlovic 23 (CRO)
  13. Seppi 25 (ITA) v Klein (GB)
  14. Stakhovsky (UKR) v Coric (CRO)
  15. Haase (NED) v Falla (COL)
  16. Kukushkin (KAZ) v Murray 3 (GB)
  17. Berdych 6 (CZE) v Chardy (FRA)
  18. Krajinovic (SER) v Mahut (FRA)
  19. Gulbis (LAT) v Rosol (CZE)
  20. Andujar (SPA) v Garcia-Lopez 29 (SPA)
  21. Monfils 18 (FRA) v Carreno Busta (SPA)
  22. Mannarino (FRA) v Berrer (GER)
  23. Sugita (JPN) v Kavcic (SLO)
  24. Almagro (SPA) v Simon 12 (FRA)
  25. Lopez 15 (SPA) v Darcis (BEL)
  26. Basilashvili (GEO) v Bagnis (ARG)
  27. Paire (FRA) v Youzhny (RUS)
  28. Bemelmans (BEL) v Bautista Agut 20 (SPA)
  29. Sock 31 (US) v Groth (AUS)
  30. Jaziri (TUN) v Duckworth (AUS)
  31. Querrey (US) v Sijsling (NED)
  32. Dzumhur (BIH) v Federer 2 (SUI)
Serena Williams is fighting for her sixth title at Wimbledon Championship 2016 and her 21st grand slam. She will fighting against Russia’s Margarita Gasparyan in the first round.

The British No1, Heather Watson, could meet Williams in the third round but she will first have to come through a first-round match against France’s Caroline Garcia.