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Watch Simona Halep v Amanda Anisimova online: Live stream today’s Wimbledon quarter-final

By Jonathan Davies

Watch Simona Halep v Amanda Anisimova online: Live stream today's Wimbledon quarter-final

Published: 7:30, 6 July 2022

Simona Halep locks horns with Amanda Anisimova for a place in the Wimbledon semi-finals on Wednesday at 1:30pm (UK time).

How to live stream Simona Halep v Amanda Anisimova online:

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Where to watch Simona Halep v Amanda Anisimova on TV:

  • UK: BBC
  • US: ESPN & Tennis Channel

Champion here in 2019, Halep has undoubtedly looked the most dominant of all eight quarter-finalists this year.

Absent last year due to injury, the Romanian has now won each of her last 11 matches at the All England Club. She is subsequently set for her fifth quarter-final at SW19; a tally only bettered by Serena Williams (14) and Venus Williams (13) among current WTA players.

Halep is also yet to drop a set, having easily seen off Karolina Muchova, Kirsten Flipkens, Magdalena Frech and fourth seed Paula Badosa.

But the latter was the most impressive. Halep had not previously beaten a top-five opponent on grass, but ended that drought in style by dropping just two points on her first serve and saving the sole break point she faced as she ran out a commanding 6-1 6-2 victor.

Quarter-final opponent Anisimova arrived at Wimbledon having won just one match in her previous two appearances. But the 20th seed has enjoyed a timely upturn in fortune to reach this stage at a Slam for only the second time after her run to the 2019 French Open semi-finals.

The American was forced to come from behind to defeat compatriots Lauren Davis and Coco Gauff, but dropped just five games as she comfortably swept Harmony Tan aside in the fourth round.