Coco Gauff next match at Wimbledon 2024: TV schedule, scores, results for tennis grand slam

Coco Gauff enters Wimbledon with a ranking of No. 2, the highest of her career. She’s the only player, man or woman to make it to at least the semifinals of the last three grand slam events, including the U.S. Open in September where she captured her first major title. 

The last time we saw Gauff at a slam was at the French Open, where she fell to world No. 1 Iga Świątek.

Grass courts have been a bit of a challenge for Gauff, making this pursuit of her second grand slam a little more interesting. 

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Here’s everything you need to know about Gauff’s appearance at Wimbledon, including a television schedule, scores and results.

When is Coco Gauff’s next match at Wimbledon 2024?

Gauff eased through the the first three rounds at Wimbledon, dropping a total of just 10 games in the process. 

Next up for the No. 2 seed is 19th-seeded American Emma Navarro in the fourth round, who figures to provide Gauff’s first real test of the tournament. The match will be the third on Centre Court on Sunday, following Carlos Alcaraz vs. Ugo Humbert and Emma Raducanu vs. Lulu Sun. That means Gauff vs. Navarro likely will start sometime in the early afternoon ET. 

The winner will face either seventh seed Jasmine Paolini or 12th-seeded American Madison Keys in the quarterfinals. 

Match schedule, results from Wimbledon

Opponent Round Date, time (ET), result
Caroline Dolehide Round 1 Won 6-1, 6-2
Anca Todoni Round 2 Won 6-2, 6-1
Sonay Kartal Round 3 Won 6-4, 6-0
No. 19 Emma Navarro Round 4 Sun., July 7, early afternoon ET
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How to watch Coco Gauff at Wimbledon

  • TV channel:  ESPN, ESPN2, Tennis Channel
  • Live stream:  FuboESPN+, Tennis Channel+

ESPN has televised Wimbledon since 2003, with exclusivity in the U.S. since 2012.  ESPN’s “first ball to last ball” coverage – all day, every day, Monday, July 1, through Sunday, July 14 – is highlighted by the Cross Court Coverage the second Monday to Wednesday with day-long coverage on both ESPN and ESPN2.

The Tennis Channel is broadcasting daily Wimbledon coverage, as well as their streaming service TC Plus. 

Fubo carries the ESPN family of networks as well as the Tennis Channel (sign up for a FREE trial now).

Wimbledon TV schedule 2024

The first rounds of matches get underway on Monday, July 1, with the order of play on most days getting underway from 6 a.m. (ET) / 3  a.m. (PT) onward, and usually lasts around eight hours per session.

The doubles tournaments for the ATP, WTA and mixed events will run in tandem alongside the major singles competitions, concluding with the Women’s decider on Saturday, July 13, and Men’s Final on Sunday, July 14 respectively.

Date Events
Monday, July 1 ATP & WTA 1st Round
Tuesday, July 2 ATP & WTA 1st Round
Wednesday, July 3 ATP & WTA 2nd Round, Doubles 1st Round
Thursday, July 4 ATP & WTA 2nd Round, Doubles 1st Round
Friday, July 5 ATP & WTA 3rd Round, Doubles 1st and 2nd Rounds 
Saturday, July 6 ATP & WTA 3rd Round, Doubles 1st and 2nd Rounds 
Sunday, July 7 ATP & WTA 4th Round, Doubles 2nd and 3rd Rounds 
Monday, July 8 ATP & WTA 4th Round, Doubles 3rd Round and Quarterfinals 
Tuesday, July 9 ATP & WTA Quarterfinals, Doubles Quarterfinals and Semifinals
Wednesday, July 10 ATP & WTA Quarterfinals, Individual Doubles Quarterfinals
Thursday, July 11 WTA Semifinals, ATP Doubles Semifinals, Mixed Doubles Final
Friday, July 12 ATP Semifinals, WTA Doubles Semifinals
Saturday, July 13 ATP Doubles Final, WTA Singles Final
Sunday, July 14 ATP Singles Final, WTA Doubles Final
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Coco Gauff Wimbledon results

Coco Gauff made her Wimbledon Open debut as a 15-year-old in 2019 with an unforgettable upset of the legendary Venus Williams and has played every year the tournament has been held since. Her best showings have been in 2019 and 2021, when she reached the fourth round. In doubles, she’s advanced as far as the third round in 2021 and 2023. 

Here’s how far Gauff has advanced each year at the grass-court grand slam:  

Year Singles Doubles
2019 4th Round
2020 Not held Not held
2021 4th Round 3rd Round
2022 3rd Round
2023 1st Round 3rd Round

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