What time is Kyle Edmund vs Novak Djokovic? TV channel information and more ahead of Wimbledon 2018 third round clash; The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) announced on Friday that Edmund will play third on Centre Court.
Byline: Press Association
Britain's Kyle Edmund will be hoping for double success when he takes on Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon, on the same day England face Sweden in the World Cup quarter-finals.
The 23-year-old,, hopes both he and the national side will triumph in their knockout matches.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) announced on Friday that Edmund will play third on Centre Court, with the scheduling likely to avoid a clash between the two sporting events.
Edmund, who previously said he hoped to watch some of the England game, may be able to catch a glimpse if it does not interfere with his pre-match routine.
Edmund seems raring for another appearance on Wimbledon's premier court.
He tweeted on Friday: "Can't wait to get my teeth into Centre court again tomorrow."
The match takes place on Saturday, July 7.
The game is expected to begin around 5pm.
The first match on Centre Court will begin at 1pm, while England's game will kick off at 3pm.
Since 2005, the average median time for the first point of the third Centre Court match on middle Saturday has been 6.21pm, IBM analysis shows.
The earliest start time for the third match was 3.56pm, but on just two out of 11 occasions did it start before 4.30pm.
Kyle Edmund 3/1
Novak Djokovic 1/4
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Kyle Edmund shows his colours
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|Publication:||Daily Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jul 7, 2018|
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