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Wimbledon 2022: Dates, TV channel, live stream FREE and schedule for ICONIC Grand Slam tournament

GRAB your racquets tennis fans as Wimbledon 2022 is creeping upon us – and there is expected to be some jaw swinging action on display.

Novak Djokovic will be desperate to successfully defend his crown having fell short at the quarter-final stage during the French Open.

Djokovic secured his 20th Grand Slam win at Wimbledon in 2021

Ash Barty gracefully bowed out of her final Wimbledon by winning the tournament

But there will most certainly be a new women’s singles title holder this year as 2021 winner Ash Barty retired from the sport three months ago.

British duo Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu are hoping for a triumph in front of their home crowds.

However, the stage is set up for iconic Grand Slam record holder Serena Williams to make a sensational return back to the top having been off the court competitively for over 12 months.

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When is Wimbledon 2022?

Wimbledon will get underway on Monday, June 27 and conclude on Sunday, July 10.

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However, the draw will take place TOMORROW – Friday, June 24 at 11am UK time.

The 135th legendary tournament will take up its usual location of the famous All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London.

Novak Djokovic eventually cruised to a four-setter final win against Matteo Berrettini last summer whilst Ash Barty got the better of Karolina Pliskova in the women’s singles final.

What TV channel is Wimbledon 2022 on and can I live stream it?

The ENTIRE Wimbledon action will be available to watch via the BBC channel on UK television.

All matches will be broadcasted across both channels BBC One and BBC Two as well as the BBC Red Button.

Viewers also have the option to stream the tennis live on either the BBC Sport website or app.

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Can I watch Wimbledon 2022 for FREE?

BBC is FREE for UK citizens who own a valid TV license which means that ALL the action will be available to you from start to finish.

What is the Wimbledon 2022 schedule?

Monday June 27 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles 1st round

Tuesday June 28 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles 1st round

Wednesday June 29 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles 2nd round

Thursday June 30 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles 2nd round

Friday July 1 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles 3rd round

Saturday July 2 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles 4th round

Sunday July 3 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles 4th round

Monday July 4 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles 4th round

Tuesday July 5 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles quarter-finals

Wednesday July 6 – 11am

  • Men’s & Ladies’ Singles quarter-finals

Thursday July 7 – 1pm

  • Ladies’ Singles semi-finals

Friday July 8 – 1pm

  • Men’s Singles semi-finals

Saturday July 9 – 2pm

  • Ladies Singles final

Sunday July 10 – 2pm

  • Men’s Singles final

*Matches above are scheduled on GMT

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