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Published Time: 01.07.2024 - 10:13:05 Modified Time: 01.07.2024 - 10:13:05

Qasa Alom presents Today at Wimbledon on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer each evening. He is joined by special guests each night to reflect on the day’s play. Wimbledon, Wimbledon 2024



Wimbledon 2024 is underway in SW19 and audiences can enjoy comprehensive live match coverage of Wimbledon 2024 exclusively on BBC TV and BBC iPlayer and listen to the very latest from the pristine courts across BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra and BBC Sounds.

You can find a day by day schedule and live Wimbledon scores on the BBC Sport website here.

L-R: Tim Henman, Gigi Salmon, Qasa Alom, Clare Balding, Isa Guha, Andy Stevenson and Andrew Castle

You can watch live coverage from the All England Lawn Tennis Club every day from 11am on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer from Monday 1 July to Tuesday 9 July. Isa Guha welcomes audiences each day at 11am on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer before Clare Balding takes over mid-afternoon with play scheduled later into the evening on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

Qasa Alom presents Today at Wimbledon on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer each evening. He is joined by special guests each night to reflect on the day’s play.

Andy Stevenson is on hand to present the wheelchair finals as the tournament draws to a close after a thrilling two weeks.


Gigi Salmon and Clare McDonnell present live coverage on BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC 5 Sports Extra and BBC Sounds, kicking off from Monday 1 July at 1pm.

They are joined by former Wimbledon champions Pat Cash and Marion Bartoli, who are providing expert analysis throughout the tournament, alongside Kim Clijsters, Annabel Croft, Laura Robson, Naomi Broady, Mark Woodforde, Jeff Tarango, Leon Smith, Coco Vandeweghe, and Chanda Rubin.

Radio commentary comes from the BBC’s Tennis correspondent Russell Fuller, as well as Gigi Salmon, David Law, Naomi Cavaday, Jonathan Overend, Iain Carter, Alison Mitchell, Abigail Johnson, Sara Orchard, Katie Smith Maz Farookhi, Aaron Paul and James Gregg.

BBC Radio 5 Live’s iconic 6-Love-6 is also set to returnd, with John McEnroe and Tim Henman taking listeners’ calls.

On World Service English there’ll be coverage and commentary throughout the entire fortnight, in programmes including Sport Today and Sportsworld,led on-air by Delyth Lloyd.

The BBC Sport website and app serves fans as the go-to destination for Wimbledon content with live in-play clips, highlights of the best matches and a selection of the funniest and quirkiest moments in a brand new vertical video player.


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