How to watch Wimbledon 2015

Today sees Sue Barker kick off 13 days of tennis from SW19 – that's 153 HOURS of TV coverage for you to get excited about

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The Wimbledon fortnight has finally begun! Two weeks packed full of tennis treats as the world’s top players launch their campaigns to claim the sport’s most coveted trophy. And while they’re hard at work, we at home need do nothing more than put our feet up, switch on the telly and enjoy all the action from the glorious green courts of SW19. 

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But just how can you make the most of what’s on offer? Here’s your one-stop guide to watching Wimbledon 2015: 

BBC1

When? Sue Barker presents the latest from the All England Club every day from 1:45pm – 6pm

BBC2

When? Every day from 11:30am – 8:30pm, followed by highlights package 2Day at Wimbledon fronted by Clare Balding.

Red button

When? Five options (three for Freeview) of coverage from different courts from 11:30am until the end of play each day.

Radio 5 Live

When? Every day from 12pm – 5pm, 5:30pm – 8pm, fronted by Eleanor Oldroyd, Mark Pougatch and Dan Walker

Online

There are up to 15 courts to watch at bbc.co.uk/sport/tennis

Look out for commentary from…

TV: 

Tracy Austin, Pat Cash, Andrew Castle, Barry Davies, Lindsay Davenport, Jo Durie, Peter Fleming, Tim Henman, John Inverdale, Anne Keothavong, John Lloyd, Dan Lobb, John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Jonathan Overend, Mark Petchey, Andy Roddick, Sam Smith and Virginia Wade.

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Radio:

Tracy Austin, Jeremy Bates, Nick Bollettieri, Pat Cash, Annabel Croft, Russell Fuller, Justine Henin, Richard Krajicek, Miles Maclagan, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Judy Murray, Martina Navratilova, Jana Novotna, Andy Roddick, Leon Smith and Mark Woodforde.