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Andy Murray set for another late evening at Wimbledon as he takes on John Isner

Andy Murray is set for another late finish at Wimbledon as he takes on John Isner in match three at Center Court on Wednesday – with the British star critical of the decision to delay the start on the main stage by 30 minutes

  • Andy Murray takes on John Isner in match three at Center Court
  • Murray is critical of the decision to postpone the start time on the main field to 1:30 p.m.
  • Even a great returnee like Murray can struggle to beat Isner in straight sets

Andy Murray is set to face Wimbledon late Wednesday night, two days after pointing out the problems associated with it.

The two-time champion will face the large portion of John Isner in the third game on Center Court after Novak Djokovic and Emma Raducanu, just like Monday.

After beating Australian James Duckworth, Murray talked about the difficulties of finishing last in the deliberately delayed Center Court programme. Unless the games go fast, he will again be forced to start outside and finish under the roof.

Andy Murray is ready for another late night at Wimbledon as he takes on John Isner

Andy Murray is ready for another late night at Wimbledon as he takes on John Isner

“Of course they moved the start time to 1:30 pm half an hour later,” he said.

“They also added the court interviews. It’s not easy, so changing circumstances, I much prefer to play outside. I wish there was a way to finish the games outside.”

Even a great player like Murray, 35, can struggle to beat Isner in straight sets, even though he has won all eight encounters against the giant American.

Murray, who faces Isner, is critical of the decision to postpone the start time at Center Court

Murray, who faces Isner, is critical of the decision to postpone the start time at Center Court

Emma Raducanu will once again lead Murray as she takes on the world's number 4 Caroline Garcia

Emma Raducanu will once again lead Murray as she takes on the world’s number 4 Caroline Garcia

Raducanu will again lead Murray, this time facing former number 4 Caroline Garcia.

The US Open champion felt well enough on Tuesday to have a two-on-one practice and her game is well-equipped to take on the clean hitting of the 29-year-old French player, now in 55th place. be able to.

Raducanu will return to Center Court on Wednesday and will benefit from the experience of her debut there on Monday.

‘Center is more special. When you’re there alone, you feel the world is on the other side of this tennis court,” she said. “I’m happy with how I came up with it.”

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