Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter – Third Round – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Wimbledon Championships
When is Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter on and what time does it start? Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter will take place on Saturday 2nd July, 2022 – not before 11:00 (UK)
Where is Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter taking place? Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter will take place at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London, England
What surface is Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter being played on? Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter will take place on an outdoor grass court
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What channel is Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter on in the UK? Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter will be televised live on BBC platforms
Where can I stream Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter in the UK? Harmony Tan vs Katie Boulter can be streamed live on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website & app
This is such a huge opportunity for two players ranked outside the world’s top 100 to reach the second week at a Grand Slam for the first time. Both world number 118 Katie Boulter and number 115 Harmony Tan have already set their best Grand Slam runs by reaching the third round, Tan via a stunning upset over Serena Williams in the first round and Boulter via a second victory over former world number one Karolina Pliskova in the space of a week on Thursday. Both players have been inside the top 100, but not that far inside, and the lack of points at Wimbledon this season looks its cruellest yet in this circumstance. 24-year-old Tan beat Sara Sorribes Tormo in straight sets on Thursday for a seriously impressive result after the biggest win of her career but she will have to cope with being thrown back into the spotlight on Saturday as she takes on home hopeful Boulter, who will be backed to the hilt.
Boulter has the power to blast Tan off the court in this first meeting but the Brit’s movement is her clearest weakness and Tan has already exposed that to beat Serena Williams this week, against the crowd’s wishes. Taking the Frenchwoman to win at least a set looks the sensible course of action here in leaving the winner up to chance.