Wimbledon 2017 on the BBC
- BBC celebrates 90 years of Wimbledon coverage, 1927-2017
- New for 2017: Wimbledon qualifying matches broadcast live from Roehampton for the first time
- Sue Barker leads the TV coverage across BBC One and BBC Two which also welcome Boris Becker back to the BBC team
- Tony Livesey and Eleanor Oldroyd take the helm for Radio 5 live, bringing 100 hours of action
- The BBC Sport website and app will be home to 15 live HD video streams capturing all the action from the courts
- Sue Barker fronts BBC One documentary speaking to some of the greatest players in Wimbledon history, from Bjorn Borg and Billie Jean King to Pete Sampras and Andy Murray, about what makes the event so special to them
Wimbledon 2017 kicks off on July 3 and BBC Sport are ready to serve up another thrilling Championships.
This year sees the BBC celebrate 90 glorious years of broadcasting Wimbledon. Coverage of The Championships started on radio back in 1927 and a decade later TV viewers were also able to switch on and catch the action. Fast forward to 2017 and the BBC now provides an extensive multi-platform offering for fans which ensures they never miss a minute of the much cherished summer tournament. This year, the BBC is extending its coverage even further by broadcasting the main show court from the Wimbledon qualifying tournament, thus building the excitement ahead of the main event and offering tennis fans even more live action.