All the stars of tennis are out – including the newest, 15-year old American prodigy Coco Gauff – on Wimbledon’s “Manic Monday” – called “The Greatest Day in Tennis” as all eight Ladies’ and all eight Gentlemen’s Round of 16 matches are played, unique in tennis. ESPN and ESPN2 will once again present all the action with all day “Cross Court Coverage.”
Day Six at Wimbledon marks the end of the third round Saturday, July 6, and ESPN will present 10 hours of coverage starting at 7 a.m. ET with a one-hour Breakfast at Wimbledon.
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Day Five at Wimbledon marks the start of the third round Friday, July 5, and #14 Caroline Wozniacki vs. Shuai Zhang will headline the matches on ESPN+ which will offer 12 courts.
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Day Four at Wimbledon marks the end of the second round Thursday, July 4, and Americans Sloane Stephens and John Isner – both seeded #9 – will headline the matches on ESPN+ which will offer 14 courts.
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Day Three marks the start of the second round at Wimbledon on Wednesday, July 3, and American #17 Madison Keys will headline the matches on ESPN+ which will offer 14 courts.
Day Two at Wimbledon will conclude the first round Tuesday, July 2, and #3 Rafael Nadal will headline the matches on ESPN+ which will offer 14 courts.
The Wimbledon fortnight commences tomorrow, Monday, July 1, with 64 singles matches on the docket and ESPN has all the action exclusively in the U.S. with ESPN, ESPN+ and ESPN3, all starting at 6 a.m. ET.
ESPN tennis analysts Chrissie Evert and John McEnroe spoke with media today, previewing Wimbledon. ESPN’s usual first ball to last ball coverage begins Monday, July 1.
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Every serve and every shot from The Championships, Wimbledon will be live exclusively across the ESPN networks, offering coverage from all 18 courts beginning Monday, July 1. The coverage – first ball to last ball – includes 145 hours of action on TV plus more than 500 matches from the All England Lawn Tennis Club in London, all available for fans between ESPN+ and ESPN3 on the ESPN app.
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