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As Wimbledon enters Day 4, the Australian contingent is gearing up for what promises to be a pivotal day at the All England Club.

With a mix of seasoned campaigners and rising stars, the Aussies are poised to make significant strides in their respective draws.

Alex de Minaur To Continue His Run

Alex de Minaur headlines Day 4 as the highest-ranked Australian in the men's draw. Playing against Spain's Jaume Munar, the "Demon" will be looking to continue his fine form. With a 3-0 ATP record against Munar, the world number 9 will aim to go up another knotch from his first round win over fellow Aussie James Duckworth and progress further into the tournament.


Thanasi Kokkinakis Returns After Epic Comeback


Thanasi Kokkinakis returns to the court after an extraordinary comeback victory over 17th-seeded Felix Auger-Aliassime. Kokkinakis, who saved four match points and rallied from two sets down, delivered one of the most thrilling matches of the tournament so far. His resilience and powerful baseline play will be key as he looks to build on this momentum in his next encounter against former World Number 10 Lucas Pouille who has come through qualifying to be in the second round.


Popyrin and Walton Face Argentinian Challenges


Alexei Popyrin and Adam Walton both face Argentinian opponents in their upcoming matches. Popyrin, who has been in fine form, will go head-to-head with 30th seed Tomas Martin Etcheverry. This marks their first duel on the ATP circuit, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the matchup. Popyrin's powerful serve and aggressive playstyle will be crucial in overcoming a player who has had his best result on clay.


Adam Walton, fresh off a straight-sets victory in his Wimbledon debut, will take on Grand Slam debutant Francisco Comesana. Walton, a new entrant to the top 100, and will be looking to maintain his momentum. Comesana's upset win over sixth seed Andrey Rublev in his first ever tour win, has set the stage for what promises to be a gripping encounter.


Saville Aims to Match Best Wimbledon Result

On the women's side, Daria Saville stands as the sole remaining Australian in the draw. Saville is set to face 18th seed Marta Kostyuk in a bid to even their head-to-head record and match her best Wimbledon result of reaching the third round in 2018. Saville's consistent baseline play and strategic net approaches will be vital as she seeks to overcome the talented Ukrainian.


Doubles Campaigns Begin

In doubles action, Rinky Hijikata and John Peers will kick off their campaign against the British duo of Andy Murray and Jamie Murray. This match holds special significance as it could potentially be a part of Andy Murray's final Wimbledon appearance. The Australian pair will need to bring their A-game against the highly motivated Murrays and England crowd who will pack centre court.


Max Purcell and Jordan Thompson are also set to commence their doubles campaign. Seeded 15th, they are looking to make a strong start and capitalise on their growing experience as a duo. John Patrick (JP) Smith and his German partner Andreas Mies will also play their first round match.


With thrilling matchups and high stakes, the stage is set for another day of captivating tennis action. We hope our Aussies continue their charge and keep the Australian flag flying high at the All England Club.


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