Instead of taking on Belgium's Alison Van Uytvanck on the showpiece Centre or No.1 Court in the afternoon, the French Open champion will continue her campaign in the morning round of matches.
Wimbledon officials have opted instead to showcase British battler Cameron Norrie's match against Japanese eighth seed Kei Nishikori for the Centre Court curtain-raiser.
That match is followed by another Brit, Sydney-born Johanna Konta, the world No.18, who takes on unheralded Czech Katerina Siniakova before Kyrgios closes out the day against Rafael Nadal in a genuine Centre Court blockbuster.
Court One's first match will see two-time champion Petra Kvitova meet France's Kristina Mladenovic - the last player to beat Barty before she embarked on her 13-match unbeaten run.
Another Brit, Jay Clarke, then plays eight-times men's champion Roger Federer before seven-times women's winner Serena Williams takes on Kaja Juvan.
Barty said pre-tournament she wasn't bothered where she played.
"There isn't a bad court at Wimbledon so wherever I'm scheduled to play on, we'll go out there and do our best," she said. "The size of the court, they're all the same. The lines are the same."
An All England Club spokesperson said in a statement to AAP: "As always, the scheduling of the order of play each day at The Championships is a complex operation".
"We take great care when scheduling matches and allocating courts. All decisions are made with fairness and the best interests of the tournament, players, spectators and our worldwide broadcast audience at heart."
This article originally appeared on 7news.com.au