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Wimbledon 2024: Here are the women’s singles semi-finalists, head-to-head record, live stream

But for Elena Rybakina, who has won The Championship in 2022, the other three contenders have never before been in the Round of 4 in Wimbledon.

Wimbledon 2024: Here are the women’s singles semi-finalists, head-to-head record, live stream
Elena Ryabakina and Jasmine Paolini are among the semi-finalists at Wimbledon 2024

Last Updated: 10.22 PM, Jul 10, 2024


The Round of 4 in the Wimbledon women’s singles category has its contenders. On July 9, French Open runner-up Jasmine Paolini and Donna Vekic, both of who had never before played at quarter-final stage of Wimbledon, booked berths in the semis. They were followed by Elena Rybakina, the 2022 Wimbledon champ and Barbora Krejčíková on July 10.

Paolini beat Emma Navarro in straight sets, 6-2 6-1, while Vekic got the better of Lulu Sun in three, 5-7 6-4 6-1. Playing Elina Svitolina, Rybakina made quick work of her opponent for a 6-3 6-2 win to advance, while Krejčíková found a tad more resistance in Jelena Ostapenko during her 6-4 7-6 match. Both the semi-finals are scheduled to be held on Centre Court on July 11, with Paolini playing Vekic and Rybakina against Krejčíková.

Paolini has played Vekic once earlier, which the French Open runner-up won. On the other hand, Krejčíková goes into her semi match against Rybakina, knowing she’s beaten the latter in both of their previous encounters, one each in 2021 and 2022. The exact schedule of the matches on centre court will be announced later, but the matches can be streamed live on Disney+ Hotstar if you are watching in India.

Meanwhile, in the men’s singles category, defending champion Carlos Alcaraz has a repeat of his 2023 semi-final, when he plays Daniil Medvedev on July 12. Alcaraz had a straight set victory then, but now, Medvedev has just beaten Jannik Sinner and could be a different beast on court in their latest semi encounter. The other semi will feature seven-time champion Novak Djokovic and the winner of the Lorenzo Musetti and Taylor Fritz match.

Djokovic got a walkover earlier on July 10, when his opponent Alex de Minaur had to withdraw from the tournament following an injury he sustained during his Round 4 match. The 24-time Grand Slam winner is gunning for an eighth title on the grass court, which will have him level up with Roger Federer.

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