When does it start and who are the commentators?

Tennis fans are happy! Wimbledon is back in 2021 and with it our hopes for Andy Murray and the excuse to stuff yourself with strawberries and cream.


Who is commenting this year and how can we watch the games?

Here is everything you should know.

Annabel Croft will be commenting during Wimbledon 2021 (Image: BBC)

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When does Wimbledon start and how can I see it?

Wimbledon starts – or should we say it bounces off – on Monday, June 28th, 2021.

All coverage will be shown on BBC One and Two during the two-week competition.

Wimbledon 2021: who is commenting?

Sue Barker returns to showcase all of the coverage of Wimbledon 2021 – and it wouldn’t be the same without her!

By her side we will see comments from former British tennis pros Tim Henman, Andrew Castle and Annabel Croft.

The German Boris Becker also joins the line-up and he has good references …

After all, he won Wimbledon for the first time in 1985 at the age of 17!

Clare Balding also brings her expertise to bear in proceedings.

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Cheeky Boris Becker can comment on winning Wimbledon with first-hand knowledge (Image: BBC)

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Wimbledon 2021: To see

Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka will both be absent this year.

However, favorites Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Serena Williams and teenage superstar Coco Gauff are returning to the All England Club.

Andy Murray is now back in singles for the first time since 2017.

Other UK hopefuls to watch out for include Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans, Heather Watson, Katie Boulter and of course our number 1 ladies Johanna Konta.

Good luck guys!

When is the Wimbledon final in 2021?

The 2021 Women’s Wimbledon Final will air on Saturday, July 10, 2021.

The men’s singles final will take place on Sunday, July 11th, 2021.

And football fans know that the European Championship final will also take place!

Fortunately, the two don’t collide.

Tennis starts at 2 p.m., while football doesn’t start until 8 p.m.

Continue to play. Times two.

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Former tennis player Tim Henman joins the commentary team at Wimbledon (Image: BBC)

Who won in 2019?

Novak Djokovic won the 2019 tournament.

He defeated his longtime rival Roger Federer.

As the defending champion of the men, he should bring proceedings before the Center Court, as in 2019.

Romanian Simona Halep won the women’s title ahead of Serena Williams.

Was there a Wimbledon in 2020?

The tournament was canceled last year for the first time since World War II.

This was of course a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Instead, the BBC showed reruns of old games.

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The Serbian Novak Djokovic receives the trophy from the Duchess of Cambridge after winning the men’s singles final in 2019 (Image: Splash)

Can I queue up to get tickets?

Unfortunately not.

According to official Wimbledon sources, the organizers had to limit the number of viewers due to quarantine restrictions.

If you are lucky enough to get a ticket, you need a smartphone to enter the area.

The audience is limited to 50 percent – apart from the finals.

The final will be the first outdoor sporting event in the UK to be piloted at 100 percent capacity since the pandemic began.

It’s way too late to get tickets that were harder to get than usual.

Due to the high demand for tickets, the websites that sold them were in chaos.

You’d better try to get your hands on a gold ticket to Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory!

Wimbledon coverage begins Monday, June 28, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. on BBC Two. It will also be shown on BBC One at 1:45 p.m.

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