Wimbledon 2022 gets underway today, and will once again showcase tennis stars from around the world in one of the most iconic tournaments.
British tennis stars Emma Raducanu, Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans and Andy Murray are all in action this week, in what should be an exhilirating week of tennis action.
While Novak Djokovic prepares to defend his Wimbledon title, tennis fans will also look forward to the return of Rafael Nadal to the grass courts of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
The Spaniard will enter the SW19 tournament off the back of a superb run at the French Open and is currently on track for the Calendar Slam.
Nadal, 36, won the Australian Open back in January and went on to win his 14th title at Roland-Garros earlier in June.
One name that currently does not appear on any list for Wimbledon is Roger Federer. The eight-time Wimbledon winner has not played professional tennis since undergoing knee surgery.
Currently the Swiss 20-time Grand Slam winner is lined up to play at the Laver Cup in September and may hope for a 2023 return to the grass courts of London.
23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams has made a shock announcement that she will play at Wimbledon. She will enter the singles tournament with a wildcard and is still bidding to win another Major in order to level with Margaret Court’s all-time record of 24 Grand Slam wins.
With all these stars to watch out for, here is all you need to know about how to keep up with the action at Wimbledon...
When is Wimbledon?
- Monday 27 June 2022
- Tuesday 28 June 2022
- Wednesday 29 June 2022
- Thursday 30 June 2022
- Friday 1 July 2022
- Saturday 2 July 2022
- Sunday 3 July 2022
- Monday 4 July 2022
- Tuesday 5 July 2022
- Wednesday 6 July 2022
Ladies semi-finals/Mixed Doubles finals
- Thurdsay 7 July 2022
- Friday 8 July 2022
Ladies’ Final/Gentlemen’s Doubles finals
- Saturday 9 July 2022
Gentlemen’s Final/Ladies’ Doubles finals
- Sunday 10 July 2022
How to watch Wimbledon on TV
BBC have the exclusive rights for Wimbledon and will cover The Championships untill at least 2027.
Coverage will be available on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC iPlayer. Fans will also be able to keep up to date with the latest from SW19 on the BBC Sport app and BBC Sport website.
The programmes will begin at 11am BST every day from 27 June to 4 July 2022.
How to watch Wimbledon highlights
For those who are unable to watch all the action live, BBC Sport will offer short highlight clips on their website and on iPlayer.
BBC Two will also have a daily highlights show, presented by Clare Balding, at 8.30pm every day.
Who will present Wimbledon 2022?
Former tennis player Sue Barker will take lead on presenting Wimbledon for the last time. Barker recently made the decision to end her BBC career after 30 years.
She will be joined by the likes for former champions John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova and Billie Jean King as well as welcoming Tracy Austin, Johanna Konta, Caroline Wozniacki, Tim Henman and Annabel Croft.
Former England cricketer Isa Guha will welcome the fans at 11am on the BBC, with Barker taking over later in the day.