Great Grand Slam battle ‘Wimbledon 2022’ starts on June 27, ‘True Visions’ shoots live in one place.

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Great Grand Slam battle ‘Wimbledon 2022’ starts on June 27, ‘True Visions’ shoots live in one place.

“True Visions” organizes an important program of tennis for fans with the third Grand Slam of the year “Wimbledon 2022”, bringing fans’ favorite superstars such as former champion Novak Djokovic. Sh, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and hometown favorite Emma Radukanu, all-around live exclusive from 27 June-10 July on True Visions Channel. SPOTV (689) and SPOTV2 (690)

Old Wimbledon Tennis Grand Slam world’s greatest It is also the third Grand Slam of the year, the 135th time this year. It started 146 years ago (first in 1877) as the only Grand Slam. The competition is played on grass (Grass Court) at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, and there are regulations. male and female athletes Must be dressed in an all-white race suit. or mostly white

In 2021, the race was canceled for the first time. Since World War 2 onwards, and this year’s competition organizers Athletes from Russia and Belarus were banned, prompting the ATP and WTA Tour professional men’s and women’s tennis associations to declare Wimbledon the first no-point tournament. But this year’s competition still attracts famous athletes. from all over the world to compete

The men’s singles will be led by former world number 1 Novak Djokovic from Serbia. that this year will come to defend the position Which is referred to as the champion in 2021, Djokovic is a total of 6 Wimbledon champions from seven finals. The remaining favorites are Rafael Nadal, the latest French Open champion from Spain holds a record 22 Grand Slam titles. Confirmed to join the competition successfully

including Stefanos Titsipas of Greece, Felix Aucher Aliazim of Canada, Italian runner-up Matteo Berrettini, Cameron. Local athlete Norri, Hubert Herkasz of Poland last year reached the semi-finals, Denis Chepovalov of Canada, who reached the semi-finals last year. Lert, Alexander Zverev of Germany, who suffered an ankle injury at this year’s French Open and had to withdraw in the semi-finals, Carlos Alcaraz of Spain, 2021 French Open runner-up Kasper Ruud of Norway, Yannick Zinner of Italy, Taylor Fritz of the USA, Marin Cilic of Croatia.

single female Local fans and fans around the world Keep an eye out for wonder woman Emma Radukanu, who last year shocked the world by winning the US Open Grand Slam at the age of 18 and was a qualifying athlete. The favorites are led by world number one Ika Sweatek from Poland, the latest French Open champion.

Serena Williams, another Wimbledon legend Who has been a champion for 7 times, comeback to compete after a long break With injuries, Paola Badosa of Spain, Maria Zachary of Greece, Borbora Kerikova of the Czech Republic, Sofia Kenin of USA, Ons Jaber of Tunisia. Y, Anette Concaviat, last year’s runner-up Carolina Pliskova, USA’s Jessica Pegula, Daniel Collins

Former champion of the tournament, Gabie Muguruza from Spain, 18-year-old youngster Coco Gauff from the United States. Who recently reached the first Grand Slam final in his career from the French Open, Angelic Kerber, a former Wimbledon champion from Germany, Simona Halep, a former world No. 1 from Romania

For the total prize money of Wimbledon The highest in the history of 40.35 million pounds, or about 1.75 billion baht, and the prize for the champion in the single category will be 2 million pounds, or about 86.8 million baht, the runner-up has 1.05 million pounds, or about 45.5 million baht, and the prize for the first round or the main round Raw will receive a prize of 50,000 pounds per person, or approximately 2.17 baht.

Wimbledon 2022 live program
via True Visions SPOTV(689), SPOTV2(690)
27-28 June, first round 17.00 – 02.00
29-30 June, second round 17.00 – 02.00
1-2 July, the third round 17.00 – 02.00
3-4 July 4th round 17.00 – 02.00
July 5-6, round 8 people, 5:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
July 7, women’s singles, semi-final 17.00 – 02.00
July 8, men’s singles, semi-final 17.00 – 02.00
July 9, women’s singles final, men’s doubles final 6:45 p.m.
July 10, men’s singles final, women’s doubles final 6:45 p.m.

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