Wimbledon will have a different feel this year. There will be no ranking points attached due to the ban by the organizers of Russian and Belarusian players. The ATP intervened after the ban and decided that points would not be awarded for the oldest tennis tournament. This will give the event an exhibition feel.
That being said, the stakes are still very real. Serena Williams is playing for her 24th Grand Slam title, which would tie Margaret Court for the most of all time. She will face Harmony Tan, 24, in the first round.
On the men’s side, Novak Djokovic is aiming for his fourth consecutive Wimbledon title. The men’s record for Grand Slam titles is 22 for Rafael Nadal. Djokovic currently has 20.
Some stars are missing, including Roger Federer for men and Naomi Osaka for women. Both are nursing injuries and hope to return in the fall for the US Open.
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How to watch Wimbledon in the US
The ESPN family of networks will combine to deliver live television coverage of every Wimbledon 2022 tennis match in the United States. Weekday games will be broadcast on ESPN or ESPN2, while ABC is scheduled to broadcast live games on weekends starting July 2 and 3.
The women’s (Saturday, July 9) and men’s (Sunday, July 10) finals will air on ESPN during their morning live windows before ABC follows with an encore show starting at 3 p.m. ET each day.
Viewers in Canada can watch Wimbledon coverage live on TSN.
Below is a full schedule of ESPN TV coverage.
|Date||Time (ET)||Round||American television channel||Canadian television channel|
|Monday, June 27||6am-4.30pm||First round||ESPN||TSN1/2/5|
|Tue, June 28||6am-4.30pm||First round||ESPN||TSN1/2/5|
|Wed 29 June||6am-4.30pm||Second turn||ESPN||TSN1/2/5|
|Thu 30 June||6am-4.30pm||Second turn||ESPN||TSN1/2/5|
|Fri 1 Jul||6am-4.30pm||Third round||ESPN||TSN1/5|
|Sat. July 2||8am-1pm||Third round||ESPN||TSN1/2|
|1 p.m.-4 p.m.||ABC||TSN2|
|Sun July 3||8am-1pm||Round of 16||ESPN||TSN1/2|
|1 p.m.-4 p.m.||ABC||TSN2|
|monday july 4th||6am-4pm||Round of 16||ESPN2||TSN1/2/5|
|Tue 5 July||8am-3pm||Quarter-finals (women)||ESPN/ESPN2||TSN1/4/5|
|Wed 6 July||8am-3pm||Quarter-finals (men)||ESPN/ESPN2||TSN1/4/5|
|Thu 7 July||8am-1pm||Semi-finals (women)||ESPN||TSN1/5|
|1-2:30 p.m.||Mixed doubles final||ESPN||TSN1/5|
|Fri, July 8||8am-2pm||Semi-finals (men)||ESPN||TSN1/4|
|Sat. July 9||9am-11.30am||Championship (women)||ESPN||TSN1/4|
|11.30am-3pm||Doubles Championship (men)||ESPN||TSN1/4|
|Sun July 10||9am-12pm||Championship (men)||ESPN||TSN1/4|
|Noon-3 p.m.||Doubles Championship (women)||ESPN||TSN1/4|