Wimbledon 2019 – Live TV Coverage on the BBC

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Wimbledon 2019 – Live TV Coverage on the BBC
Updated on Monday 1 July 2019
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Wimbledon 2019 gets underway on Monday 1st July and will run for two weeks with the Men’s and Women’s finals taking place on the weekend of 13th and 14th July.

The BBC, for the first time ever, will provide coverage of all 18 courts in HD live.

Sue Barker will lead the presenting duties across BBC One and BBC Two throughout The Championships.

She will be joined by a host of former Wimbledon champions including John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Boris Becker, Billie Jean King and Pat Cash, who head up a top-class line-up that also includes Tracy Austin, Kim Clijsters and Tim Henman.

Today At Wimbledon sees Clare Balding in the presenter seat for the highlights show, which comes live from the open air studio by Henman Hill daily on BBC Two.

Clare will guide viewers through the best of the day’s action and discuss the major talking points, as the tournament unfolds, with a host of special guests.

Commentary comes from Vijay Amritraj, Chris Bradnam, James Burridge, Andrew Castle, Matt Chilton, Andrew Cotter, Annabel Croft, Nick Lester, Todd Woodbridge, Jo Durie, Peter Fleming, Paul Hand, John Inverdale, John Lloyd, Dan Lobb, Ronald McIntosh, David Mercer, Nick Mullins, Peter Odgers, Mark Petchey, Louise Pleming, Simon Reed, Chanda Rubin, Gigi Salmon, Sam Smith, Liz Smylie and Mel South.

Lee McKenzie, Rishi Persad, Reshmin Chowdhury, Patrick Gearey and Simon Mundie bring the reports and special features.

BBC TV Schedule

Monday, 1 July

Live TV coverage

13:45-18:00, BBC One

10:30-20:30, BBC Two

10:55-21:00, BBC Red Button

10:55-21:00, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:30-21:30, BBC Two (repeated 22:00-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Tuesday, 2 July

Live TV coverage

13:45-18:00, BBC One

11:00-20:30, BBC Two

11:00-19:30, BBC Red Button

11:00-21:00, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:30-21:30, BBC Two (repeated 22:00-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Wednesday, 3 July

Live TV coverage

11:00-13:00 & 13:45-18:00, BBC One

13:00-20:30, BBC Two

11:00-21:00, BBC Red Button

11:00-21:00, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:30-21:30, BBC Two (repeated 21:00-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Thursday, 4 July

Live TV coverage

13:45-18:00, BBC One

11:00-20:30, BBC Two

11:00-21:00, BBC Red Button

11:00-21:00, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:30-21:30, BBC Two (repeated 21:00-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Friday, 5 July

Live TV coverage

13:45-18:00, BBC One

11:00-20:30, BBC Two

11:00-21:00, BBC Red Button

11:00-21:00, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:30-21:30, BBC Two (repeated 21:00-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Saturday, 6 July

Live TV coverage

12:20-17:00 & 17:15-19:35, BBC One

11:00-20:30, BBC Two

11:00-21:00, BBC Red Button

11:00-21:00, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:30-21:30, BBC Two (repeated 01:40-04:35, BBC Red Button)

Monday, 8 July – fourth round

Live TV coverage

13:45-18:00, BBC One

10:30-20:30, BBC Two

11:00-21:00, BBC Red Button

11:00-21:00, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:30-21:30, BBC Two (repeated 22:25-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Tuesday, 9 July – women’s quarter-finals

Live TV coverage

13:45-18:00, BBC One

12:30-20:00, BBC Two

11:00-20:30, BBC Red Button

11:00-20:30. Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:00-21:00, BBC Two (repeated 21:15-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Wednesday, 10 July – men’s quarter-finals

Live TV coverage

12:15-13:00 & 13:45-18:00, BBC One

13:00-20:00, BBC Two

11:00-20:30, BBC Red Button

11:00-20:30. Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:00-21:00, BBC Two (repeated 20:30-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Thursday, 11 July – women’s semi-finals

Live TV coverage

13:45-18:00, BBC One

12:30-20:00, BBC Two

11:00-20:30, BBC Red Button

11:00-20:30, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:00-21:00, BBC Two (repeated 20:30-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Friday, 12 July – men’s semi-finals

Live TV coverage

13:45-18:00, BBC One

12:30-20:00, BBC Two

11:00-20:30, BBC Red Button

11:00-20:30, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:00-21:00, BBC Two (repeated 20:30-11:00, BBC Red Button)

Saturday, 13 July – women’s final

Live TV coverage

13:00-18:30, BBC One

11:00-12:30, Wheelchair finals, BBC Two

18:30-20:00, Ladies and men’s doubles finals, BBC Two

11:00-20:30, BBC Red Button

11:00-20:30, Connected TV, BBC Sport website & app

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

20:00-21:00, BBC Two (repeated 22:30-05:25, BBC Red Button)

Sunday, 14 July – men’s final

Live TV coverage

13:50-18:30, BBC One (build-up from 13:00)

11:00-12:30, Wheelchair finals, BBC Two

18:30-20:00, Mixed doubles finals, BBC Two

13:50-17:30, BBC Red Button

11:00-20:30, Connected TV and online

Highlights, Today at Wimbledon

22:30-23:30, BBC Two (repeated 00:15-17:00, BBC Red Button)

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