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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeWimbledon defended their failure to move Novak Djokovic s match to Centre Court on Monday.The No.2 seed was scheduled to play the third match on Court One.But two marathons involving Jo Konta and Rafa Nadal saw time run out and the All England Club decided not to switch the match to the empty Centre Court with the roof.Djokovic, 30, will now face Frenchman Adrian Mannarino at midday on Tuesday on the main court.BBC pundit John McEnroe said: “Why didn they put it on Centre? It was clear it [the Nadal match] was going late.Read More”They had this golden opportunity to put Novak Djokovic on Centre Court. They kept changing their mind.”A Wimbledon statement said: “The safety and security of all visitors to The Championships is of paramount importance. The preference was to play the Djokovic v Mannarino match as scheduled on No.1 Court.”When that was no longer an option, it was determined the match could not be moved to Centre Court due to the number of spectators remaining in the grounds.”As late as 8.30pm, 30,000 people still remained in the grounds, and therefore moving the match would have created a significant safety issue.”Both players were explained the rationale of postponing the match until tomorrow, which is now scheduled for a 12 noon start on Centre Court.”allMost ReadMost RecentAlissonAlisson’s Liverpool dressing room confession is the bad news Jurgen Klopp didn’t wantAlisson is usually a safe pair of hands, but he endured a crazy three minute spell in which he gave the ball away with two poor clearances culminating in two Man City goalsJurgen Klopp’s message to Alisson after Liverpool keeper’s two clangers against Man CityAlissonAlisson made two calamitous errors during Liverpool’s 4 1 home defeat at the hands of Manchester City, gifting the ball to the visitors on two occasions in the second halfTrent Alexander Arnold “mix up” at Liverpool spells more bad news after “tough” confessionTrent Alexander ArnoldLiverpool, who lost 4 1 to Man City on Sunday, have been operating with a makeshift defence in recent months as they have been hit very hard with injuries this seasonJamie Carragher claims Man Utd “don’t fancy” title challenge amid poor recent formJamie CarragherManchester United have won just one of their last four Premier League games a run which includes a disappointing home defeat by Sheffield United and a frustrating draw with EvertonJurgen Klopp’s “frustration” with Liverpool board that could eventually see him quitJurgen KloppLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has a close relationship with the Reds board, but Jamie Redknapp believes the German was left frustrated with the club’s transfer policy in JanuaryPremier LeagueWho will make Premier League top four? Predictions as Liverpool battle to rescue seasonBIG DEBATE: Man City look clear favourites to runaway with the Premier League title after their 4 1 victory over Liverpool but who will make up the other Champions League places?Virgil van Dijk reacts after Man City defeat all but ends Liverpool title hopesVirgil van DijkThe injured Liverpool defender has been out of action for the majority of this season, but he has been keeping a close eye on the progression of his Reds team mates.