From classic matches to epic documentaries and more, get set for two weeks of action from the greatest tennis tournament in the world
By Virgin TV Edit
New balls, please? More like no balls this summer, as Wimbledon takes a break due to you know what.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the delights of this most iconic of sporting showcases on the BBC. With a fortnight of smashing nostalgia across BBC One and BBC Two, it’s going to be ace.
Can’t wait until then? You can take a look back at last year’s unforgettable tournament right now with Wimbledon 2019 Review on BBC iPlayer.
Here’s what else is being served up on the box over the next fortnight…
Weeknights, 8pm, BBC Two HD (CH 102). Also available for 30 days in Apps & Games > BBC iPlayer
Join Sue Barker and some of the tournament’s greatest names – including Boris Becker, Martina Navratilova, John McEnroe and Tim Henman – as they revisit a collection of Wimbledon’s best moments from down the years.
Weekdays, 1.45pm, BBC Two HD (CH 102). Also available for 30 days in Apps & Games > BBC iPlayer
From classic finals to major upsets, Clare Balding looks back at some of the most memorable matches ever played on the grass of Wimbledon.
Andy Murray’s Greatest Hits
Saturday 4 July, 1.15pm, BBC One HD (CH 101/108). Also available for 30 days in Apps & Games > BBC iPlayer
Take a step back in time to relive the remarkable career of Britain’s very own Andy Murray in this one-off special. Whether it’s his historic 2013 Wimbledon triumph or his Olympic victories in London and Rio, Muzza’s most iconic highlights are all here.
Wimbledon: The Greatest Final
Saturday 11 July, 1.15pm, BBC One HD (CH 101/108). Also available for 30 days in Apps & Games > BBC iPlayer
What is the greatest final Wimbledon has ever seen? This countdown aims to answer that question, taking in the most nail-biting, action-packed men’s and women’s matches along the way. Continues Sunday at 2pm.
Sunday 12 July, 7pm, BBC One HD (CH 101/108). Also available for 30 days in Apps & Games > BBC iPlayer
Sunday 14 July 2019 will go down as one of the most incredible days in sporting history, as Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer in the longest-ever Wimbledon men’s singles final and England pulled off the most dramatic of wins over New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup final. This documentary tells the story of that astonishing afternoon.
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