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Wimbledon 2018 Order of Play, Day 10: Serena Williams, Ostapenko, Goerges, Kerber in semi-finals

Order of Play, Day 10: Serena targets another final as cream of the crop rises to the top

12/07/2018 at 05:37Updated 14/07/2018 at 00:18

Here is the order of play for the tenth day of play at Wimbledon. You can watch a daily highlights show live on Eurosport.

THURSDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS

  • 12-Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia) v 11-Angelique Kerber (Germany)
  • 13-Julia Goerges (Germany) v 25-Serena Williams (U.S.)

MATCH OF THE DAY

  • 12-Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia) v 11-Angelique Kerber (Germany)

Kerber might be the top-seeded player left in the draw, but ranking counts for little if all-or-nothng Ostapenko hits her straps. This has all the ingredients to be a classic, with two players who have already tasted success but are still extremely hungry for more and with the talent to do it.

POTENTIAL UPSET OF THE DAY

  • 13-Julia Goerges (Germany) v 25-Serena Williams (U.S.)

The 29-year-old Goerges has never been in such good form in her career, but the German will need to be if she is to upset Serena Williams. Ignore the seeding, that counts for little; Serena is looking in fine fettle and is still very much the player to beat in the tournament. Goerges will have to get everything right against a player who brushed her aside just a month ago at the French Open.

ORDER OF PLAY

Centre Court (play starts at 1pm)

12-Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia) v 11-Angelique Kerber (Germany)

13-Julia Goerges (Germany) v 25-Serena Williams (U.S.)

Court One

Men's doubles - semi-finals

13-Raven Klaasen (South Africa)/ Michael Venus (New Zealand) v Frederik Nielsen (Denmark)/ Joe Salisbury (Britain)

Court Two

Men's doubles - semi-finals

15-Dominic Inglot (Britain)/ Franko Skugor (Croatia) v 7-Mike Bryan (U.S.)/ Jack Sock (U.S.)

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