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    Reporter: Aditya Soni
    Published: Tuesday, 20 June 2017
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    Wimbledon 2017 is arrived and as you can imagine the trilled is gathered in all tennis fans. The tournament will be starting from July 3 and will end it on July 16. The Men's final will be on last day of the Wimbledon 2017. While women's final will be on 15th July which is one day earlier of finals of men.

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    When does Wimbledon 2017 start? .:

    • Wimbledon 2017 kicks off on Monday 3rd July, and runs until Sunday 16th July. But this year, for the first time, the BBC will also be providing live coverage of the qualifying matches at the Bank of England Sports Club in Roehampton. This takes place 26th and 29th June ahead of the main event, and can be watched on the BBC Sport website and app.

    How to watch Wimbledon 2017 on TV ? .:

    The coverage of Wimbledon 2017 Live Streaming on BBC1 and BBC2 will be driven as common by moderator and previous professional tennis player Sue Barker. She will have every day from the All England Tennis Club for two weeks, where she will likewise be joined by any semblance of previous Wimbledon champions Boris Becker, Martina Navratilova, John McEnroe and Billie Jean King.

    Additionally joining the line-up will be Vijay Amritraj, Tracy Austin, Jamie Baker, Chris Bradnam, Charlie Brougham, James Burridge, Pat Cash, Andrew Castle, Matt Chilton, Andrew Cotter, Annabel Croft, Barry Davies, Jo Durie, Peter Fleming, Paul Hand, Tim Henman, John Inverdale, John Lloyd, Dan Lobb, John McEnroe, Ronald McIntosh, David Mercer, Nick Mullins, Peter Odgers, Mark Petchey, Louise Pleming, Simon Reed, Gigi Salmon, Sam Smith and Liz Smylie.

    Reports and elements will originate from Lee McKenzie, Ore Oduba, Rishi Persad and Phil Jones.

    BBC1 documentary with Sue Barker .:

    There will also be a BBC1 documentary fronted by Sue Barker looking back at the history of Wimbledon, and putting the focus on some of the greatest players in Wimbledon history – from Bjorn Borg and Billie Jean King to Pete Sampras to Andy Murray. Barker herself has seen The Championships from the inside for 50 years, and now she'll be travelling far and wide to catch up with the biggest names in tennis.



    How to listen to Wimbledon on the radio ? .:

    BBC Radio 5 live promises "100 hours of action" for eager tennis fans. Tony Livesey and Eleanor Oldroyd will be reporting live from the All England Tennis Club throughout The Championships. 

    Over on 5 live sports extra, Karthi Gnanasegaram will present coverage of the day’s early matches. 

    Former tennis champions and experts will be on hand to provide analysis, including Pat Cash, Jana Novotna, Mary Pierce, Leon Smith, Annabel Croft, Mats Wilander, Mark Woodforde, Miles Maclagan, Jeff Tarango, Tracy Austin, Fabrice Santoro, Jeremy Bates, Naomi Broady and Naomi Cavaday.

    Leading the commentary team will be BBC Sport's tennis correspondent Russell Fuller. Others on board include David Law, Gigi Salmon, Jonathan Overend, Vassos Alexander, Iain Carter, Alastair Eykyn, Philip Studd, Delyth Lloyd, Alastair Bruce-Ball and Sara Orchard.


    See matches from every court online

    The BBC Sport website and app will feature 15 live HD video streams to capture the action from every court of Wimbledon 2017 Live Stream , broadcasting at bbc.co.uk/sport. The site will also provide text commentary, audience interaction, rolling highlights, in-depth pundit analysis and infographics.

    Andy Murray, the current men's singles champion, will give Wimbledon fans an insight into his journey on his BBC Sport blog.


    Special coverage on BBC Scotland

    BBC Scotland will have daily reports on the progress of Andy Murray – and any other Scots in the competition, of course.


    BBC Regions and Local Radio

    BBC Regions and Local Radio will follow the progress of all the British players in the Championship, including those in the wheelchair and junior events.


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