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  • When are the Wimbledon Championships 2017? Schedule, latest odds and TV coverage – here’s what we know

    Reporter: Aditya Soni
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    WIMBLEDON is drawing ever closer following Rafael Nadal’s tenth victory at the French Open.

    With ticket ballots now closed, there are still other ways you can make the famous tournament which takes place in July, 2017.

    We have all the information ahead of Wimbledon 2017.

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    When is Wimbledon 2017?

    The tournament starts on Monday 3rd July and finishes on Sunday 16th July.

    The men’s singles final and the mixed doubles final will held on the final day.

    Whereas the ladies’ singles final and both the men’s and ladies’ doubles final are both held on the Saturday 15th.

    Andy Murray will look to retain his Wimbledon title in 2017

    When is the draw for Wimbledon?

    The draw for the first round usually takes place a few days before the start of the tournament.

    Depending on who is number one seed, they will be at the opposite end of the draw to the World No.2.

    As the tournament gets under way on July 3, the draw will be held around July 1.

    What TV channel will be showing Wimbledon live?

    The BBC is the host broadcaster and will therefore be showing live tennis throughout the tournament.

    There are still ways to watch the best in action

    How much are tickets?

    The cheapest singles tickets are for the ground courts at £25.

    Men's final tickets will set you back £190.

    Serena Williams will not be participating at Wimbledon after announcing she is pregnant

    How do I apply for Wimbledon 2017 tickets?

    The 2017 public ballot entry is now shut, but there's no need to panic as tickets can still be purchased.

    Return tickets for centre court and No.3 Court will go on sale with Ticketmaster at around 48 hours before the day of play.

    Reserved seating tickets will go on sale each morning at 9:00am for the following day's play.

    The final option is the famous queue. A number of cash only tickets are held back on Centre Court, Court 1 and Court 2 for those who camp out the night before or arrive in the early hours.
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