Three Australians eyeing coveted main-draw spots at Wimbledon | 29 June, 2023 | All Information | Information and Options | Information and Occasions

Storm Hunter, Olivia Gadecki and Marc Polmans have superior to the ultimate qualifying spherical at Wimbledon 2023.

London, Nice Britain, 29 June 2023 | Leigh Rogers

The Wimbledon 2023 qualifying competitors concludes at Roehampton in the present day, with three Australian contenders hoping to earn a serious prize.

A coveted place within the Wimbledon predominant draw is the reward on provide for Storm Hunter, Olivia Gadecki and Marc Polmans in the event that they handle to win their final-round matches.

Aussies in motion on last day of qualifying:

Marc Polmans (AUS) v Oscar Otte (GER)
Gents’s qualifying singles, last spherical, Courtroom 1, first match (from 8pm AEST)
World No.175 Polmans is making an attempt to qualify at Wimbledon for the second time in his profession. The 26-year-old from Melbourne, who was sidelined for six months final 12 months following ankle surgical procedure, described qualifying on the match in 2021 as “undoubtedly a spotlight of my profession up to now”. Standing in his approach of replicating that feat is world No.230 Otte, who’s seeking to win three consecutive matches for the primary time in over a 12 months. The 29-year-old German, who achieved a career-high rating of No.36 in 2022, is a harmful grass-court participant and recorded 4 top-30 grass-court wins final season. Each of their earlier encounters have been three-set battles.
Head-to-head report: Tied at one-all
Final assembly: Otte received 6-7(6) 6-4 6-4 (Cologne, October 2020)

[27] Olivia Gadecki (AUS) v Jessica Bouzas Maneiro (ESP)
Women’ qualifying singles, last spherical, Courtroom 8, second match (not earlier than 9.30pm)
It is a showdown between two promising younger gamers, who’re each hoping to qualify at a Grand Slam match for the primary time. World No.136 Gadecki, a 21-year-old from the Gold Coast, is feeling assured after blitzing via her opening two rounds with out shedding a set. “I’m actually excited to get on the market,” she mentioned about going through world No.167 Bouzas Maneiro. The 20-year-old Spanish participant has received two three-set battles to achieve the ultimate spherical in her Wimbledon qualifying debut. Bouzas Maneiro recorded a milestone first tour-level victory towards Gadecki on the United Cup in Sydney earlier this season.
Head-to-head report: Tied one-all
Final assembly: Bouzas Maneiro received 6-2 6-2 (United Cup, January 2023)

Storm Hunter (AUS) v [22] Nao Hibino (JPN)
Women’ qualifying singles, last spherical, Courtroom 7, second match (not earlier than 10.30pm)
After recording her career-first top-100 grass-court victory yesterday, world No.162 Hunter is set to proceed her successful run and qualify at Wimbledon for the primary time. The 28-year-old Australian, who’s a top-10 doubles star, has received 19 of her 26 singles matches up to now in 2023. Her final-round opponent is world No.125 Hibino, a 28-year-old Japanese participant seeking to make her fifth main-draw look on the All England Membership. The skilled Hibino is a two-time WTA singles champion and has been ranked as excessive as world No.56.
Head-to-head report: First assembly

> VIEW: Wimbledon 2023 qualifying day 4 schedule

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