Already on Saturday, the competition in the tennis tournament of the Olympic Games will begin in Tokyo. Four white and vein will perform on the first day. Iga Šwijk will play in the central court

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Rafai Smolensky

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Over the next nine days, tennis fans will be excited to compete in the courts of Ariake Tennis Park. The first singles and doubles matches will be played next Saturday. It will display a total of six whites and reds in the Japanese capital. Four of them will play on the first day.

Iga Świątek will be the first to compete. Our tennis player will have the honor of opening the competition on the center court. Her opponent will be at 4:00 of our German era Mona Barthel. Polish women are currently ranked 8th in the WTA rankings. Her discount on Saturday is 210.

Kamil Majcherczak must join the competition as the second Polish actor. And Piotrkoyanin will play against Serbian Miomir Kekmanovic in the second match of the match. 5:30 in Courtroom 7. Egyptian Mayar Sherif and Sweden’s Rebecca Peterson will perform at the premiere.

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On Saturday, Hubert Hurkacz and Łukasz Kubot will play the first match of the doubles tournament. German couple Jan-Lennard Struve and Alexander Zverev will stand in their way. This meeting will take place as the fourth in a row from 4:00 of our time in Court 6. So expect the guys to start at 10:00.

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The world’s leading tennis players will play on the center court. After Świątek’s match with Barthel, Aleksander Bublik and Danił Medvedev will join the competition here. Then she meets Zarina Degas and Barbora Krejsikova, the current champion of Roland Garros. In the end, a duel between Novak Djokovic and Hugo Delin was planned. The Serbian player is seeking to win the gold title this year, having already won the Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon.

On the first day of tennis, 47 men’s and women’s doubles and singles were scheduled to be played (Naomi Osaka’s meeting with Saisai Cheng was postponed to Sunday, because the Japanese took part in the opening ceremony on Friday). Broadcasts from the Olympic Games in Tokyo can be watched on TVP, TVP Sport, Eurosport and WP Pilot. Live coverage of the Poles’ matches on the WP SportoweFakty portal.

Schedule of matches for the first day (Saturday) of the Tokyo Olympics Tennis Championships:

Central Court:
From 4:00 Poland time
Iga Schwietick (Poland, 6 years old) – Mona Barthel (Germany)
Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan) – Danio Medvedev (Russian Olympic Committee, 2).
Zarina Degas (Kazakhstan) – Barbora Krijkova (Czech 8)
Novak Djokovic (Serbia, 1) – Hugo Delin (Bolivia)

Card 1:
From 4:00 Poland time
Anna-Lena Friedsam (Germany) – Heather Watson (Great Britain)
Taro Daniel (Japan) – Lorenzo Sonego (Italy, 13)
Belinda Benesi (Switzerland, 9) – Jessica Pegula (USA)
Pablo Carreno (Spain, 6th) – Tennys Sandgren (USA)

Card 2:
From 4:00 Poland time
Pedro Sousa (Portugal) – Alejandro Davidovic (Spain, 16)
Samantha Stosur (Australia) – Jelena Rybakina (Kazakhstan 15)
Aslan Karasev (Russian Olympic Committee, 11) – Tommy Paul (USA)
Kiki Bertens (Netherlands, 16) – Marketa Vondrosova (Czech Republic)

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Card 3 البطاقة:
From 4:00 Poland time
Sarah Irani (Italy) – Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Russian Olympic Committee, 13)
Maria Sakkari (Greece, 14) – Annette Kontaveit (Estonia)
Fabio Fognini (Italy, 15) – Yuichi Sugita (Japan)
Marin Cilic (Croatia) – Joao Menezes (Brazil)

Card 4:
From 4:00 Poland time
Nina Stojanovic (Serbia) – Now Hibino (Japan)
Nikoloz Basilashvili (Georgia) – Roberto Karbales (Spain)
Ugo Humbert (France, 14) – Pablo Andujar (Spain)
Misaki Doi (Japan) vs Renata Zarazu (Mexico)

Card 5:
From 4:00 Poland time
Kevin Krawetz (Germany) / Tim Botz (Germany) – Facundo Bagnes (Argentina) / Diego Schwartzman (Argentina)
Andy Murray (UK) / Joe Salisbury (UK) – Pierre-Hugh Herbert (France, 2) / Nicolas Mahut (France, 2)
Nao Hibino (Japan) / Makoto Ninomiya (Japan) vs Ashley Barty (Australia, 6) / Storm Sanders (Australia, 6)
Ben MacLachlan (Japan) / Kei Nishikori (Japan) – Joao Sousa (Portugal) / Pedro Sousa (Portugal)

Card 6:
From 4:00 Poland time
Leila Annie Fernandez (Canada) – Diana Gastremska (Ukraine)
Jan-Lennard Struve (Germany) – Thiago Monteiro (Brazil)
Alize Cornet (France) / Fiona Ferro (France) – Elena Swetolina (Ukraine) / Dagana Gastremska (Ukraine)
Jan-Lennard Struve (Germany) / Alexander Zverev (Germany) – Hubert Hurkacz (Poland, 5) / Okasz Kubot (Poland, 5)

card 7:
From 5:30 Poland time
Mayar Sherif (Egypt) – Rebecca Peterson (Sweden)
Kamil Majsherczak (Poland) – Miomir Kekmanovic (Serbia)
Yifan Zhou (Chinese) / Zhaoxuan Yang (Chinese) v Aleksandra Krunic (Serbia) / Nina Stojanovic (Serbia)

Map 8:
From 4:00 Poland time
Gabriela Dabrowski (Canada, 7) / Sharon Fishman (Canada, 7) – Laura Begosi (Brazil) / Luisa Stefani (Brazil)
Jeremy Chardy (France) – Marcelo Barrios (Chile)
Yegor Gerasimo (Belarus) – Gilles Simon (France)
Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan) / Andre Golobio (Kazakhstan) – Jeremy Chardy (France) / Gael Monfils (France)

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Map 9:
From 4:00 Poland time
Lorenzo Mossetti (Italy) – John Millman (Australia)
Paula Padusa (Spain) vs Kristina Mladenovic (France)
Garbine Muguruza (Spain) / Carla Suarez (Spain) – Elise Mertens (Belgium) / Alison van Uytvanck (Belgium)
Mihaela Buzarnescu (Romania) – Alison Riske (USA)

card 10:
From 4:00 Poland time
Maria Camila Osorio Serrano (Colombia) – Victoria Golubic (Switzerland)
Sumit Nagal (India) vs Denis Istomin (Uzbekistan)
Karen Khachanov (Russian Olympic Committee, 6) / Andrey Rublev (Russian Olympic Committee, 6) – Rajiv Ram (USA) / Francis Tiafoe (USA)
Nikola Micic (Croatia, 1) / Mate Pavic (Croatia) v Marcelo Demolliner (Brazil) / Marcelo Mello (Brazil)

Map 11:
From 4:00 Poland time
Wesley Koelhoff (Netherlands, 8 years old) / Jan Julien Roger (Netherlands, 8) – Sander Gilles (Belgium) / Joran Flegen (Belgium)
Hau Qing Chan (Taiwan, 5) / Latisha Chan (Taiwan, 5) – Monica Niculescu (Romania) / Raluca Olaru (Romania)
Andres Molteni (Argentina) / Horacio Zeballos (Argentina) – Jamie Murray (UK, 7) / Neil Skopsky (UK, 7)
Veronika Kudermova (Russian Olympic Committee) / Jelena Wesenina (Russian Olympic Committee) – Anna-Lena Friedsam (Germany) / Laura Siegmund (Germany)

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