Wimbledon is arguably the biggest tennis tournament on the planet, and with a great atmosphere as well as some dramatic contests in the past, there should be a lot of excitement around the 2022 tournament.
There is a lot of information that players need to know about this tournament, including when it will start as well as the schedule for the event.
Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty won the men’s and women’s single competition in 2021, and it will be very interesting to see if they can retain their titles.
Here is everything you need to know about Wimbledon 2022:
Update Monday 30th May 2022: The Times of London has revealed that Wimbledon is replacing its honours boards before the tournament and are removing the titles “Miss” and “Mrs” in front of the names of female winners in order to replicate the men’s boards.
Update Monday 25th April 2022: The All England Club and the Committee of Management of The Championships released a statement in which they have announced that all players from Russia and Belarus will be banned from participating in the Tournament.
In the statement, they said: “We have very carefully considered the alternative measures that might be taken within the UK Government guidance but, given the high profile environment of The Championships, the importance of not allowing sport to be used to promote the Russian regime and our broader concerns for public and player (including family) safety, we do not believe it is viable to proceed on any other basis at The Championships.”
The Wimbledon Championships 2022 will be the 135th time the competition has been held.
For those wondering, it will start on Monday 27th June 2022 and run until Sunday 10th July 2022.
Here is the day-by-day schedule for Wimbledon 2022:
1: Monday 27th June 2022:
- 11:00 AM: Men’s & Ladies’ 1st Round
2: Tuesday 28th June 2022:
- 11:00 AM: Men’s & Ladies’ 1st Round
3: Men’s & Ladies’ 2nd Round
- 11:00 AM: Wednesday 29th June 2022
4: Men’s & Ladies’ 2nd Round
- 11:00 AM: Thursday 30th June 2022
5: Men’s & Ladies’ 3rd Round
- 11:00 AM: Friday 1st July 2022
6: Men’s & Ladies’ 3rd Round
- 11:00 AM: Saturday 2nd July 2022
7: Men’s & Ladies’ 4th Round
- 11:00 AM: Sunday 3rd July 2022
8: Men’s & Ladies’ 4th Round
- 11:00 AM: Monday 4th July 2022
9: Men’s Singles Quarterfinals/Ladies’ Singles Quarterfinals
- 11:00 AM: Tuesday 5th July 2022
10: Men’s Singles Quarterfinals/Ladies’ Singles Quarterfinals
- 11:00 AM: Wednesday 6th July 2022
11: Ladies’ Singles Semifinals
- 1:00 PM: Thursday 7th July 2022
12: Men’s Singles Semifinals
- 1:00 PM: Friday 8th July 2022
13: Ladies’ Singles Final/Men’s Doubles Final/Ladies’ Doubles Final
- 2:00 PM: Saturday 9th July 2022
14: Men’s Singles Final/Mixed Doubles Final
- 2:00 PM: Sunday 10th July 2022
Wimbledon 2022 Draw Date and Time
The main Wimbledon 2022 Draw will take place on Friday 24th June 2022 at 10 AM BST.
Where can I watch the 2022 Wimbledon Draw?
You can listen on the official tournament social media channels as well as the Wimbledon website.
How to watch/live stream Wimbledon 2022 in the UK
All of Wimbledon 2022 will be available to watch on Freeview TV on BBC. As well on being on BBC One and BBC Two, matches will be broadcast live on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button, as well as the BBC Sport website and mobile app.
Tickets and Ticket Prices
Wimbledon 2022 ticket prices have been confirmed and with various different types of tickets you can get, the prices vary massively.
The cheapest tickets are the ground passes, and these let you walk around the smaller courts at the Championships.
Meanwhile, the most expensive tickets are the Centre Court tickets for the finals. They cost £230-240. The cheapest tickets are £8 and they go all the way up to £240.
Men’s and women’s singles top seeds at Wimbledon 2022?
The men’s top seed is Novak Djokovic whilst the women’s top seed is Iga Swiatek.
We will provide all the results for Wimbledon when possible so be sure to keep an eye on this page.
Wimbledon Ticket Ballot
Normally you can enter a ticket ballot for Wimbledon; however, there was no Wimbledon ticket ballot for 2022. This was due to the Pandemic. People who were successful in the 2020 ballot have been offered the same day and court for this year’s event.
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