5:30pm Sunday 8 July on BBC TWO

Live coverage of the final major title to be decided at the third Grand Slam of the season.

Last year’s tournament produced a surprise victory for number nine seeds Jurgen Melzer and Iveta Benesova.

12:55pm Sunday 8 July on BBC ONE

Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the 126th men’s singles final at the All England Club.

Novak Djokovic broke the Wimbledon stranglehold of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal last year, beating defending champion Nadal in four sets. It was the first time since 2002 that neither six-time champion Federer nor Nadal had won the title.

6:10pm Saturday 7 July on BBC TWO

Continued coverage from Wimbledon as the ladies and men’s doubles titles are decided.

Introduced by Sue Barker.

1:30pm Saturday 7 July on BBC ONE

Live coverage of the ladies’ final at Wimbledon, introduced by Sue Barker. The coveted Venus Rosewater Dish and �1.15m in prize money are on offer to the winner, with defending champion Petra Kvitova one of the favourites to retain the title.

She beat Maria Sharapova in last year’s final, which was decided in straight sets for the fifth successive year. Russian Sharapova recently underlined her class by winning the French Open in May, eight years after clinching her first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon. Australian and US Open champions Victoria Azarenka and Sam Stosur would also have fancied their chances at the start of Wimbledon fortnight.

1:45pm Friday 6 July on BBC ONE

Sue Barker presents live coverage from the All England Club, where it’s men’s semi-finals day.

Three of the top four seeds were present at this stage last year, with Roger Federer the surprise absentee. But it was a familiar story for British fans, as Andy Murray’s semi-final defeat ensured it is now 74 years since a home player reached the men’s singles final at Wimbledon. With John Inverdale.

1:45pm Thursday 5 July on BBC ONE

Sue Barker hosts live coverage of the women’s semi-finals at Wimbledon.

Last year, Petra Kvitova held her nerve to upset fourth seed Victoria Azarenka in three sets – will there be any surprises this year? With John Inverdale.

1:45pm Wednesday 4 July on BBC ONE

Sue Barker hosts live coverage from Wimbledon, where the men’s quarter-finals are taking place.

The USA have had more Wimbledon men’s singles champions in the Open era than any other country, but it’s now 12 years since an American man won the singles titles at the All England Club.

Last year, Mardy Fish was the only USA player to reach the last eight in both the men’s and women’s singles. Will the once-dominant force in world tennis have anything to celebrate on American Independence Day? With John Inverdale.

1:45pm Tuesday 3 July on BBC ONE

Sue Barker hosts live coverage from Wimbledon, where the women’s quarter-finals are taking place.

1:45pm Monday 2 July on BBC ONE

Sue Barker presents live coverage from what is traditionally one of the busiest days of the Wimbledon fortnight.

All of the matches from the last 16 in both the men’s and women’s singles are due to take place so there could well be a few shocks in the offing. Last year, then world number one Caroline Wozniacki and four-time former champion Serena Williams were among those packing their bags. With John Inverdale.

1:00pm Saturday 30 June on BBC ONE

Further coverage from this year’s Championships at Wimbledon.

On this day last year teenage qualifier Bernard Tomic emerged as the latest in a long and distinguished line of Australians to thrive on the All England grass, beating fifth seed Robin Soderling to reach the fourth round. Presented by Sue Barker and John Inverdale.

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