The Wimbledon 2019 Tennis Championships will take place at the All England Club in London during the first 2 weeks of July.
Once again BBC Sport will comprehensive live coverage on BBC TV; Smart TV as well as the BBC Sport website and mobile app. Blocked from watching Wimbledon 2019 Tennis Championships on BBC where you are? Then Liberty Shield has the solution!
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📅 1 – 14 July
Without doubt this will be the most open tournament for years in both the Men’s and Women’s Singles events.
In the men’s, the dominant players of the last decade, Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic, will be the favourites to lift yet another men’s singles trophy and many people will say it’s unlikely that a player not in this trio will win the tournament. The ‘Big 3’ have shared the last 10 Grand Slam singles tournaments equally between them and in fact, since 2004, only 10 of the 62 Grand Slam Mens Singles events played have been won by someone outside this incredible group.
In the women’s tournament it’s wide open with not a single two time winner on the WTA Tour so far this year. Naomi Osaka, current World No.1, has never won more than two matches at Wimbledon so her stunning results to win both the US Open and Australian Open consecutively will need to be repeated if she’s to win a third Grand Slam.
Australian favourite and recent French Open winner Ashleigh Barty has possibly some of the best credentials for victory at Wimbledon but her best result on the grass of the All England Lawn Tennis Club has been the third round, so will she have the experience to go deep and possibly lift the trophy?
No preview of the Ladies Singles at Wimbledon would be complete without a mention for Serena Williams, last years beaten finalist. The greatest female tennis player of all time has excelled in the past on the grass with 7 titles to her name. She’s hardly playing these days but anyone who writes her off is taking a big risk as her serve alone is enough of a weapon to see the great American go deep at Wimbledon in 2019.
Rain is like kryptonite for tennis tournaments, but Wimbledon now has a roof over Court One. That means play can continue on there as well as on Centre Court until 23:00 BST whatever the weather.
Many thought Andy Murray had played his last competitive tennis match when he outlined retirement plans in a tearful news conference at the Australian Open in January.
But one hip surgery later and the two-time Wimbledon champion was back to winning ways in the Queen’s doubles. After missing last year’s Wimbledon, Murray is back but the big difference is he will be playing doubles rather than singles. The Brit is partnering France’s Pierre-Hugues Herbert, who has won the doubles title at every Grand Slam.
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