imbledon returns on Monday for a historic year, the 100th anniversary of Centre Court in its current home, which will see a battle between the new guard and old on the grasscourt
Top men’s seed Novak Djokovic and calendar slam-chasing Rafa Nadal face stiff competition from the likes of Matteo Berrettini, Carlos Alcaraz, Caspar Ruud and Felix Auger-Aliassime.
The women’s game is headed up by world no1 Iga Swiatek, though the likes of Coco Gauff and British hope Emma Raducanu will fancy their chances – depending on injuries. Serena Williams is back after a year out of the game.
For the first time, play has been scheduled for all 14 days, with no traditional day of rest. Here’s how you can watch it all.
Wimbledon 2022 start date, UK start time and venue
This year’s Wimbledon runs from Monday, 27 June 2022 to to Sunday, 10 July. For the first time, play has been scheduled on Middle Sunday, the first Sunday, for the start of the men’s and women’s fourth round.
As ever, play will take place across 18 grasscourts in SW19 – from Centre Court to Couty 18 (there is no Court 13).
Play will begin from 11am on outside courts, 1pm on No.1 Court and 1.30pm on Centre.
How to watch Wimbledon 2022
TV channel: Live coverage of all 14 days will be broadcast across BBC One and BBC Two. Coverage starts daily at 11am BST, though day one kicks off slightly earlier at 10.30am.
Beyond the TV coverage, there is the option of multi-court coverage is via the red button.
Live stream: TV licence fee-payers can stream all the action via the BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and app.
Highlights: ‘Today at Wimbledon’ will be broadcast daily on BBC Two, and across digital platforms, at 8.30pm.