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2022 Wimbledon Championships: How to Look, Who Plays, Who Wants to Win Originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Bring strawberries and cream as it is time for the 2022 Wimbledon Championships.

The prestigious Grasscourt Grand Slam, known for its strict white dress code and royal patronage of competitors, will be held in London, England for the 135th time.

In 2021, Wimbledon crowned 20-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic as men’s champion and Ashleigh Barty retired in March.

While players and fans are eager to take on the All England club, preparation for Wimbledon this year has taken many turns.

Earlier this year, the All England Club made the decision to ban Russian and Belarusian competitors from the event due to the Russia-Ukraine crisis. In response, the ATP and WTA announced that they would not give Wimbledon a ranking this year.

Despite the elimination of the ranking points, the contestants will still be rewarded with a record amount of 40.3 million pounds ($ 50.5 million) in player compensation for this year’s championship.

Another change to this year’s tournament is that there is usually a day off, along with playing on Sundays. All England Lawn Tennis Club chief executive Sally Bolton said the change in tradition gives players and fans a greater chance to enjoy their Wimbledon experience.

As the plot of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships unfolds, here’s everything you need to know about the tournament:

When is the Wimbledon Championship 2022?

The 2022 Wimbledon Championships begin on Monday, June 27 and end on Sunday, July 10.

Where is the Wimbledon Championship 2022?

The 2022 Wimbledon Championships will be held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London, England.

How can I watch the 2022 Wimbledon Championships?

The Wimbledon Championships of 2022 can be watched on ESPN.

The full TV schedule is as follows:

Date

Round

Time (ET)

TV Channel

Monday, June 27th

The first round

6 am – 4:30 pm

6 am – 12 noon

ESPN

ESPN DEPORTS

Tuesday, June 28th

The first round

6 am – 4:30 pm

6 am – 12 noon

ESPN

ESPN DEPORTS

Wednesday, June 29th

Second round

6 am – 4:30 pm

6 am – 12 noon

ESPN

ESPN DEPORTS

Thursday, June 30th

Second round

6:00 am – 4:30 pm

6 am – 12 noon

ESPN

ESPN DEPORTS

Friday, July 1st

Third round

6 am – 4:30 pm

ESPN

Saturday, July 2

Breakfast at Wimbledon

Third round

7 am – 8 pm

8 am – 1 pm

1 pm – 4 pm

ESPN

ESPN

ABC

Sunday, July 3rd

Round 16

Breakfast at Wimbledon

6 am – 9 pm

7 am – 8 pm

8 am – 1 pm

1 pm – 4 pm

From 6 am to 4 pm

ESPN DEPORTS

ESPN

ESPN

ABC

ESPN2

Monday, July 4th

Round 16

From 6 am to 4 pm

6 am – 12 noon

8 am – 4 pm

ESPN2

ESPN DEPORTS

ESPN

Tuesday, July 5th

Women’s quarterfinals

8 am – 3:00 pm

8:30 am – 12 pm

ESPN2

ESPN DEPORTS

Wednesday, July 6th

Men’s quarterfinals

8 am – 3:00 pm

8 am – 3 pm

8:30 am – 12 pm

ESPN

ESPN2

ESPN DEPORTS

Thursday, July 7th

Breakfast at Wimbledon

Women’s Semifinal

Mixed doubles final

7 am – 8 pm

8 am – 1 pm

1 pm – 2:30 pm

1 pm – 2:30 pm

ESPN

ESPN

ESPN DEPORTS

ESPN

Friday, July 8th

Breakfast at Wimbledon

Men’s Semifinals

7 am – 8 pm

8 am – 2 pm

8:30 am – 1:30 pm

ESPN

ESPN

ESPN DEPORTS

Saturday, July 9th

Breakfast at Wimbledon

Women’s Final

Men’s Doubles Final

8 am – 9 pm

9am to 11:30 am

11:30 am – 3 pm

ESPN

ESPN / ESPN Deportes

ESPN

Sunday, July 10th

Breakfast at Wimbledon

Men’s Final

Women’s doubles final

8 am – 9 pm

9 am – 12 noon

9 am – 1 pm

12 pm – 3 pm

ESPN

ESPN

ESPN DEPORTS

ESPN

Who will play in Wimbledon Championships 2022?

Here’s a look at the men’s singles Wimbledon draw:

See What’s Wimbledon Draw for Women’s Singles:

Who is going to win the Men’s 2022 Wimbledon Championship?

Wimbledon grass is known to be low bounce on the court as it can benefit players hitting a flat or slice. A successful game plan on the surface is to serve and volley or approach the net to cover as many points as possible. Grass sometimes cannot predict so point is low, players will be able to win points and eventually win the game.

In the men’s category, the world’s No. 2 Novak Djokovic tends to win because the Serb is too comfortable on the lawn. The defending champion has won six Wimbledon titles.

Along with Djokovic, Matteo Beretini has a great chance to win the event. The 26-year-old Italian was runner-up last year and won the Stuttgart Open on June 12, beating Andy Murray.

While Rafael Nadal is entering Wimbledon with tremendous momentum, the 22-time Grand Slam champion has never had a good playing style. Nadal plays with a heavy topspin, bringing down his opponents with extreme physicality – a perfect combination of clay.

Here’s the latest odds for the men’s Wimbledon title, according to our partner, PointsBet:

Novak Djokovic, -130

Matteo Berettini, +500

Rafael Nadal, +750

Hubert Harkaz, +1200

Carlos Alcaraz, +1200

Felix Auger Aliasim, +1600

Marin Cilic, +2000

Stefanos Citsipas, +2800

Nick Kyrgios, +2800

Andy Murray, 6600

Denise Shapovalov, +8000

Taylor Fritz, +8000

Casper Rudd, +10000

Janic Sinner, +10000

Gregor Dimitrov, +10000

Who is going to win the Women’s 2022 Wimbledon Championship?

On the women’s side, this is the 2022 Ega Switech Show.

The 21-year-old, who is on his way to a 35-game winning streak, has not won the Wimbledon title but is likely to make it this year.

Other contenders to win the event are Petra Kvitova and Karolina Pliskova, a runner-up last year, who is an outstanding power player and adapts serve and volleying to their game.

According to our partners, here are the latest odds for the Women’s Wimbledon title, PointsBet:

Iga Swiotek, +160

Owens Jaber, +750

Coco Gough, +1100

Simona Halep, 1600

Petra Kvitova, +1800

Angelique Kerber, +2000

Jelena Ostapenko, +2000

Serena Williams, +2200

Belinda Bencic, +2500

Maria Sugar, +2500

Beatriz Haddad Maya, +2500

Bianca Andriescu, +2800

Garbine Muguruza, +2800

Emma Raducanu, +3300

Karolina Pliskova, +3300

Editor’s note: All odds are provided by us Partner, PointsBet. PointsBet is our official sports betting partner and we can get relief if you bet on PointsBet for the first time after clicking on our links.

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