With the New Year now well under way, attention is turning to the major sporting events of the coming year, from the Six Nations and the Winter Olympics to the Commonwealth Games and the Qatar World Cup.
Novak Djokovic won his 20th major title in the men’s singles and Australia’s Ashleigh Barty won the ladies’ singles as matches were held with reduced crowd capacities.
This year’s tournament will be its 135th iteration and, despite the disruption brought by Covid to British sports over the past two years, organisers are confident that it will go ahead.
It is set to commence on 27 June with the men’s and ladies’ first round before ending with the finals of the men’s singles and the mixed doubles on 10 July.
- Monday 27 June – men’s and ladies’ singles first round
- Tuesday 28 June – men’s and ladies’ singles first round
- Wednesday 29 June – men’s and ladies’ singles second round
- Thursday 30 June – men’s and ladies’ singles second round
- Friday 1 July – men’s and ladies’ singles third round
- Saturday 2 July – men’s and ladies’ singles third round
- Sunday 3 July – men’s and ladies’ singles fourth round
- Monday 4 July – men’s and ladies’ singles fourth round
- Tuesday 5 July – men’s and ladies’ singles quarter-finals
- Wednesday 6 July – men’s and ladies’ singles quarter-finals
- Thursday 7 July – ladies’ singles semi-finals
- Friday 8 July – men’ singles semi-finals
- Saturday 9 July – ladies’ singles final, men’s doubles, final, ladies’ doubles final
- Sunday 10 July – men’s singles, mixed doubles finals
How to watch Wimbledon
As is tradition, Wimbledon will be broadcast in full in the UK by the BBC which signed a new three-year deal last summer, extending its exclusive rights until 2027.
The rights also include online streaming on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website as well as radio commentary on 5 live and 5 live sports extra.
The BBC has televised Wimbledon in the UK ever since 1937.
Daily highlights and the men’s and women’s finals are also available on Eurosport UK.
How to get tickets
Unlike previous years, there will be no public ballot for Wimbledon tickets in 2022.
Those who were successful in the 2020 ballot and took up their offer will be offered the same day and court for this year’s championships.
Any of these tickets that are not taken up will be distributed to individuals who register for this chance, though the specific details of this process have not yet been released.
All other tickets will be available for public purchase via the Queue and Ticket Resale.
Ticket prices vary significantly depending on the day and court selected, ranging from £8 for a final day ground pass to £240 for access to centre court for the finals on 9 and 10 July.