Wimbledon 2023 is set to witness some top Tennis stars on the fourth day, as Casper Ruud, Daniil Medvedev, and Andy Murray headline are just some of the names in action at Wimbledon 2023 Day 4.
Carlos Alcaraz, who has come to the tournament as the top-seeded player, will be taking on Jeremy Chardy at Court no. 1.
Rafael Nadal, who has been out of action since January due to a hip injury, slipped out of the top 100 to be ranked 136th.
This time defending champion Rafael Nadal is not participating in the tournament due to a hip injury. After making his debut in this tournament in the year 2005, this is the first time that Nadal is not participating.
This is Medvedev's fifth title this year and he has reached second place in the world rankings as well. Medvedev, who beat big-hitting Rune, as well as two-time major runner-up Stefanos Tsitsipas and Olympic champ Alexander Zverev on his way to a fifth title of 2023 and 20th of his career.
Alcaraz improved to 9-1 against fellow Spaniards, with the only loss coming to Rafael Nadal in the Indian Wells semifinal last year.
In this article, we will discuss about the winners of the ATP 1000 and Grand slams in 2022.
Carlos Alcaraz made his debut in the Top 10 of ATP World Tennis Rankings with 3,827 points.
The 2022 Rolex Monte Carlo Masters draw will take place from April 10 to April 17.
The 23-year-old's doctor was taken aback by how fast he recovered from surgery late last year. Also, the Greek highlighted his semi-final participation in the Australian Open in January as one of his finest achievements.
Andy Murray has continued to express his anger at Stefanos Tsitsipas after accusing the Greek international of cheating at the US Open.
The start of the year 2020 was unpleasant in many ways, but Tennis players worked hard to maintain their position at the top. Therefore, we look at players who have been dominating the Tour since the start of 2020.