You can find a full tennis schedule for day three, along with relevant streams, here.
As the brackets slim down and lesser competitors are eliminated, many draws feature big-name match-ups. Tuesday is no exception, with the women’s World No. 1, Serena Williams, playing her third singles match in as many days. On the men’s side, World No. 2 Andy Murray – the highest seed in the tournament following Novak Djokovic’s stunning ejection – will also compete.
Practically every match on Centre Court this Tuesday is a must-see. At 9:45 AM ET, 7th-seeded American Madison Keys faces her toughest challenger yet in Spain’s 9th-seeded Carla Saurez Navarro. Then, the men's 2nd and 3rd seeds play back-to-back matches: Great Britain's Andy Murray, the reigning singles gold medalist who recently won Wimbledon 2016, will take on Argentina's Juan Monaco around noon ET. Afterward - at approximately 2 PM ET - Spain's Rafael Nadal will play Italy's Andreas Seppi.
In the first Centre Court evening session, Serena Williams competes with her third-round opponent Elina Svitolina of Ukraine. Though the World No. 1 women's singles player has a perfect 4-0 record against her 15th-seeded opponent, this crazy tournament has seen stranger upsets.
Other matches to keep an eye on: