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When does Taylor Fritz play next at Wimbledon 2024? Who is his opponent in quarter-finals?

The No. 13 seed is into the Wimbledon quarterfinals, with a quietly dangerous opponent ahead of him.

US player Taylor Fritz celebrates winning against Germany's Alexander Zverev during their men's singles tennis match on the eighth day of the 2024 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on July 8, 2024. (Photo by HENRY NICHOLLS / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE

Taylor Fritz is has equalled his best ever performance at Wimbledon after climbing off the matt to defeat fourth-seeded Sascha Zverev on Monday. However, the American will have to face an opponent who has flown largely under the radar in the quarterfinals.

Fritz came back from a two-set deficit to defeat Zverev 4-6, 6-7 (4), 6-4, 7-6 (3), 6-3 after an argument over the inappropriate behavior of some members of Fritz’s private guest box.

Now, Fritz will have to face Italy’s Lorenzo Musetti in the quarterfinals. The number 25 seed has flown largely under the radar so far, but can be a dangerous opponent for the American.

When does Taylor Fritz play Lorenzo Musetti at Wimbledon?

Fritz and Musetti are scheduled to play on Centre Court on Wednesday, July 10. The exact time has yet to be determined but they are expected to be second on for the day.

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Fritz v Musetti head to head

Fritz and Musetti have met on three previous occasions, with the American winning two of them.

Earlier this year, the Italian won in straight sets at Monte Carlo, but prior to that, Fritz beat Musetti twice in 2022, at the Davis Cup (quarterfinals) and at Wimbledon (round of 128).

While Fritz has had to fight his way through a packed crowd to get here, Musetti has yet to face a seeded opponent in the tournament, which leads most fans to think that this is where the Italian will come unstuck.

The play on grass has been outstanding by Musetti so far and he has shown already that he can be a tough nut to crack on clay at Monte Carlo. Whether or not that will translate to south London’s conditions is anybody’s guess.