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Presenting live from the iconic All England Lawn Tennis Club, BBC Sport’s TV coverage is led by Clare Balding and Isa Guha.

Isa Guha welcomes viewers each day at 11am on BBC Two (Monday 1 July – 9 July) before Clare takes over mid-afternoon with play scheduled later into the evening on BBC One.

Qasa Alom presents Today at Wimbledon on BBC Two and iPlayer each evening. He is joined by special guests each night to reflect on the day’s play. Andy Stevenson is on hand to present the wheelchair finals as the tournament draws to a close after a thrilling two weeks.

New for 2024, Australian tennis stars Nick Kyrgios and Ash Barty are joining BBC Sport to provide unique expert analysis and commentary from the oldest tennis tournament in the world, no doubt drawing from their own experiences battling for the prestigious trophy over the years.

Also joining Clare and Isa in the BBC studio to reflect on the day’s matches are grand slam winners John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Billie Jean King, Pat Cash and Tracy Austin alongside Tim Henman, Johanna Konta and Annabel Croft.

Expert commentary is provided by Chris Bradnam, James Burridge, Pat Cash, Andrew Castle, Naomi Cavaday, Matt Chilton, Andrew Cotter, Annabel Croft, Katherine Downes, Jo Durie, Colin Fleming, Peter Fleming, Paul Hand, Dom Inglot, Abigail Johnson, Anne Keothavong, Robbie Koenig.

Plus David Law, Nick Lester, John Lloyd, Ronald Mcintosh, Alison Mitchell, Nick Monroe, Nick Mullins, Pete Odgers, Arvind Parmar, Louise Pleming, Simon Reed, Candy Reid, Chanda Rubin, Sam Smith, Liz Smylie, Mel South, Todd Woodbridge plus Jayant Mistry, Louise Hunt and Katie O’Brien for the Wheelchair events.

TV news teams also report across the highly anticipated tournament with Jo Currie and Joe Wilson covering the latest news every day at One, Six and Ten on BBC One, and Radio 4 at 6pm. Chetan Pathak presents live sports news for the UK and internationally on BBC News, as well as bringing UK audiences up to date with Sportsday every day.

There is also a special documentary looking back at Andy Murray’s life and career. Andy Murray: Will to Win is an in-depth exploration of his incredible journey from the small town of Dunblane to becoming a sporting legend, and is available to watch on BBC iPlayer from Thursday 20 June.

Philip Bernie, Interim Director of BBC Sport, says: “Fans can tune into our extensive and exceptional coverage from Wimbledon this year across BBC TV, iPlayer, BBC Sounds and the BBC Sport website and app. Wimbledon is filled with wonderful heritage and always delivers incredible moments. I look forward to seeing what this year’s tournament has in store for us.”

The BBC Sport website, app and social media channels provide comprehensive coverage and behind the scenes access where tennis fans can follow the twists and turns of the tournament via player interviews, in-play video clips, daily live text commentaries and more.


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