Wimbledon 2022 Singles Semifinals Live: In the semifinals, Ons Jabeur will face another newcomer to this stage at a major tournament — Tatjana Maria. Jabeur has already created history after becoming the first Arab woman to reach the semifinals at a Grand Slam tournament.
The third-seeded Tunisian improved on last year’s quarterfinal run at Wimbledon by doing one better on Tuesday at the grass-court Grand Slam tournament.
She beat Marie Bouzkova 3-6, 6-1, 6-1 on Centre Court. On the other hand, Maria, the 34-year-old German, became the oldest first-time Grand Slam semifinalist in the Open era in her 35th appearance at such a tournament. She defeated 22-year-old Jule Niemeier 4-6, 6-2, 7-5 on No. 1 Court.
In the second match of the day, 16th-seeded Halep will take on Elena Rybakina. Follow all the live updates of the Wimbledon women’s singles semi-finals below-
Wimbledon 2022 Singles Semifinals Live: Ons Jabeur vs Tatjana Maria in the first match of the day, followed by Simon Halep vs Elena Rybakina
Wimbledon 2022 Singles Semifinals Live: In the semifinals on Thursday, again on Centre Court, Third-seeded Ons Jabeur will play Tatjana Maria in the first semifinal match. They advanced by winning their quarterfinal matches on Tuesday. Halep will face Elena Rybakina in the second match of the day.
Following some exciting quarter-final matches, Wimbledon 2022 will have the women's semi-finals on Thursday. After an enthralling three-set match, third seed Ons Jabeur will take on Tatjana Maria in the first semi-final on Centre Court on Thursday. The match will start no earlier than 6:00 PM IST.
As for the second semi, former world number one and 2019 champion Simona Halep will take on Elena Rybakina after a straight-set win over Amanda Anisimova. The game will commence no earlier than 7:15 PM IST. Ahead of what promises to be two exciting and nail-biting clashes between four of the top Tennis stars in the women's singles game, here is a look at how to watch Wimbledon 2022 live in India, the US and the UK.
Where to watch Wimbledon 2022 matches on TV in India?
Fans wondering how to watch the Simona Halep vs Elena Rybakina and Ons Jabeur vs Tatjana Maria Wimbledon 2022 matches live in India can tune in to the Star Sports Network, which has the official telecasting rights in the country.
Day 10 saw Rafael Nadal battle past Taylor Fritz in five epic sets after overcoming an early abdominal injury that threatened to end the contest prematurely. The Spaniard - who remains in the hunt for a historic calendar slam - now awaits the result of a scan to determine the extent of the injury.
Set to meet Nadal in the semi-final is a certain Nick Kyrgios, who continued his sublime form as he breezed past Cristian Garín in three sets. Meanwhile, Halep was also out on court yesterday, as she defeated Amanda Anisimova in straight sets.
Jabeur, who has dropped just a single set en route to the semi-final, is up first today on Centre Court, as the third seed takes on unseeded Tatjana Maria, who has claimed impressive wins over Jelena Ostapenko and Maria Sakkari thus far.
Up next will be Halep, the last-remaining Slam champion in the women's draw. Unlike Jabeur, Halep is still to drop a set at SW19 this year and comes into today's semi-final against Elena Rybakina as the overwhelming favourite.
Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury are also in action in the doubles semi-final as they take on Aussie duo Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell.
Sportsmail takes you through the day's order of play - and how to follow the action - below.
How to watch the action
As usual, it's the BBC who will broadcast the Wimbledon action, with viewers able to watch on BBC One, BBC Two and the BBC Red Button.
The action on every court will be available to watch, with viewers able to stream the coverage via BBC iPlayer and both the BBC Sport website and app.
Additionally, BBC Two will provide daily highlights on their 'Today at Wimbledon' show.
Sportsmail will be covering Day 11 in full, so you can follow along with us.
Order of play for Thursday, July 7
Centre Court (1.30pm start)
Ons Jabeur (3) v Tatjana Maria
Elena Rybakina (17) v Simona Halep (16)
Mixed Doubles final - Matthew Ebden and Samantha Stosur vs Neal Skupski and Desirae Krawczyk (2)
Court 1 (1pm start)
Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury (1) v Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell (14)
Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah (6) v Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic (6)
In just over an hour's time, British hope Joe Salisbury will take to Court 1 in the Men's Doubles semi-finals with partner Rajeev Ram.
The pair stirred up drama in the quarter-final clash as they threatened to go on strike on Wednesday unless the Hawk-Eye system was switched off on Court 2.
Salisbury and Ram, the world No 1s, won their five-set slog against French pair Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin, but were outraged when a controversial review went against them en route to their 6-3, 6-7, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 victory.
The duo thought they had broken their opponents and would serve for the second set. Roger-Vasselin’s volley looked long but after a challenge Hawk-Eye said the ball had nicked the baseline.
The pair were furious with the call and refused to resume play until Hawkeye was switched off.