The Championships LIVE on Seven.

The Championships LIVE on Seven.

Wimbledon ChampionshipsThe third Grand Slam of the Tennis year, is none other than the prestigious Wimbledon Tournament.

For the fifth year running, the Seven Network will broadcast all 13 days of the Championships, including exclusive coverage of all Singles Semi-Finals and Finals.

Across Seven and 7TWO, nearly 90 hours of Tennis will be broadcast LIVE from the All England Club, starting at 8:35pm AEST on Monday June 29.

Kvitova_Wimbledon_2012Lleyton Hewitt will compete at Wimbledon one last time, before his retirement, after the 2016 Australian Open.

Nick Kyrgios will return to Wimbledon, looking to repeat the heroics of 2014, and when we’re not watching Hewitt and Kyrgios, there’ll be plenty of other Aussies on court, including Bernard Tomic, Samantha Stosur and Thanasi Kokkinakis

Seven’s coverage will, once again, be hosted by Todd Woodbridge, with Geoff Masters, John Newcombe, Sam Smith and Rennae Stubbs all providing expert comments.

Seven will also take coverage from the BBC, the host broadcaster of Wimbledon, with their commentary team including the legendary, John McEnroe.

A preview show will screen at 12pm (Local Time) this Sunday on 7TWO. That will be followed by the Official Film of the 2014 Tournament.

TV Schedule
Day 1 – Monday June 29
NSW/ACT/VIC/QLD/TAS | 8.35pm–4am [SEVEN]
SA/NT | 8.05pm–8.35pm [7TWO] & 8.35pm-3.30am [SEVEN]
WA | 6.35pm–8.35pm [7TWO] & 8.35pm-2am [SEVEN]

Days 2 & 3 – Tuesday June 30 & Wednesday July 1
NSW/ACT/VIC/QLD/TAS | 8.30pm–4am [7TWO]
SA/NT | 8pm–3.30am [7TWO]
WA | 6.30pm-2am [7TWO]

Day 4 – Thursday July 2
NSW/ACT/QLD | 8.30pm–11.15pm [7TWO] & 11.15pm–4am [SEVEN]
VIC/TAS | 8.30pm–10.30pm [7TWO] & 10.30pm–4am [SEVEN]
SA/NT | 8pm–10pm [7TWO] & 10pm–3.30am [SEVEN]
WA | 6.30pm–11.15pm [7TWO] & 11.15pm–2am [SEVEN]

Day 5 – Friday July 3
NSW/ACT/QLD | 8.30pm–10:40pm [7TWO] & 10:40pm–4am [SEVEN]
VIC/TAS | 8.30pm–11pm [7TWO] & 11pm–4am [SEVEN]
SA/NT | 8pm–10:30pm [7TWO] & 10:30pm–3.30am [SEVEN]
WA | 6.30pm–10:40pm [7TWO] & 10:40pm–2am [SEVEN]

Day 6 – Saturday July 4
NSW/ACT/QLD | 8.30pm–4am [7TWO]
VIC/TAS | 8.30pm–10.30pm [7TWO] & 10.30pm–4am [SEVEN]
SA/NT | 8pm–10pm [7TWO] & 10pm–3.30am [SEVEN]
WA | 6.30pm–2am [7TWO]

Day 7 – Monday July 6
NSW/ACT/VIC/QLD/TAS | 8.30pm–4am [7TWO]
SA/NT | 8pm–3.30am [7TWO]
WA | 6.30pm-2am [7TWO]

Day 8 – Tuesday July 7 | Women’s Singles Quarter Finals
NSW/ACT/VIC/QLD/TAS | 10pm–10.40pm [7TWO] & 10.40pm–4am [SEVEN]
SA/NT | 9.30pm–10.40pm [7TWO] & 10.40pm-3.30am [SEVEN]
WA | 8pm–10.40pm [7TWO] & 10.40pm–2am [SEVEN]

Day 9 [Men’s Singles Quarter Finals] – Wednesday July 8 & Day 10 [Singles & Doubles Semi Finals] – Thursday July 9
NSW/ACT/VIC/QLD/TAS | 10pm–10.30pm [7TWO] & 10.30pm–4am [SEVEN]
SA/NT | 9.30pm–10.30pm [7TWO] & 10.30pm-3.30am [SEVEN]
WA | 8pm–10.30pm [7TWO] & 10.30pm–2am [SEVEN]

Day 11 – Friday July 10 | Men’s Singles & Doubles Semis
NSW/ACT/VIC/QLD/TAS | 10pm–11pm [7TWO] & 11pm–4am [SEVEN]
SA/NT | 9.30pm–10.30pm [7TWO] & 10.30pm-3.30am [SEVEN]
WA | 8pm–11pm [7TWO] & 11pm–2am [SEVEN]

Day 12 – Saturday July 11 | Women’s Singles Final and Men’s Doubles Final
VIC/TAS | 10:30pm-4am [SEVEN]
SA | 10pm-3:30am [SEVEN]
NSW/ACT/QLD | 10:30pm-12:20am [7TWO] & 12:20am-4am [SEVEN]
WA | 8.30pm–12.20am [7TWO] & 12.20pm–2am [SEVEN]

Day 13 – Sunday July 12 | Men’s Final
NSW/ACT/VIC/QLD/TAS | 10.30pm–4am [SEVEN]
SA/NT | 10pm–10.30pm [7TWO] & 10.30pm–3.30am [SEVEN]
WA | 8.30pm–10.30pm [7TWO] & 10.30pm–2am [SEVEN]

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