This year's Wimbledon has already seen some huge shocks and shake-ups, with world number one Jannik Sinner being knocked out in the quarter-finals.


This sets the stage for a potential rematch between last year's two finalists, Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic, who staged a masterpiece together in the 2023 edition of the men's final.

The Wimbledon final remains one of the few event television moments in a calendar year, and right now it is still all to play for as to who will take part in it, of the remaining contenders.

Things can change rapidly in the world of tennis, after all, as we have seen this year. Some thought Alcaraz would continue his unstoppable, exponential rise to the top after last year's final, while others expected Djokovic to strike back like a wounded animal and reaffirm his place at the summit.

Instead, Sinner burst onto the scene, ending the Australian Open triumphant and determined to secure a second Grand Slam title in 2024. It wasn't to be this Wimbledon, but who knows what the future holds.

More like this brings you all the details about the Wimbledon 2024 men's final, including dates and times for the showpiece event.

When is the Wimbledon 2024 men's final?

Wimbledon will draw to a close with the men's final on Sunday 14th July 2024.

It will mark the end of the 137th edition of The Championships.

What time is the Wimbledon 2024 men's final?

The Wimbledon men's final will start at 2pm.

There should be no further rain delays due to the Centre Court roof being able to shield the final from the elements.

How to watch the Wimbledon 2024 men's final

The men's final will be shown live on BBC One, with players walking on at 2pm with plenty of build-up beforehand.

Viewers can also tune in via BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website or the app.

For those unable to watch the match, BBC Radio 5 Live offers ball-by-ball commentary, while BBC’s highlights show Today at Wimbledon will provide highlights later in the evening.

Who won Wimbledon last year?

Carlos Alcaraz won Wimbledon in 2023 following a blockbuster encounter with Novak Djokovic.

The Spanish prodigy lost the first set, won two in a row – including a 6-1 demolition – then lost the fourth set to take the match all the way.

Alcaraz triumphed in the final set to mark his first Wimbledon title. Expect him to add more to his name over the course of his career.


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