It's almost time to say goodbye to the All England Club for another year – but not before what promises to be a tremendously exciting men's final this afternoon.

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In a repeat of last year's closer, Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz will take to Centre Court in a battle between an all time great and the new challenger to the throne, with the former hoping for revenge after his narrow loss in an epic encounter last time out.

Djokovic was nursing an injury going into the tournament but has shown little signs of that holding him back on an impressive run to the final, culminating in a dominant display against Lorenzo Musetti in the last round, while Alcaraz has also looked in fine form throughout against some tough opponents such as Tommy Paul and Daniil Medvedev.

Whoever wins will join Barbora Krejčíková as a 2024 Wimbledon champion, with the latter beating her Italian opponent Jasmine Paolini in a rollercoaster women's final yesterday.

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Krejčíková won by two sets to one to claim her second singles Grand Slam title following her win at the French Open three years ago – while the Czech star has also won seven Slams in doubles throughout her decorated career.

RadioTimes.com brings you all the details on how to watch Wimbledon 2024 TV coverage live from SW19.

When is Wimbledon 2024?

The tournament kicked off on Monday 1st July 2024.

It will draw to a close with the final today, Sunday 14th July 2024.

Qualifying for the event took place from Monday 24th June until Thursday 27th June.

How to watch and live stream Wimbledon 2024 in the UK

Wimbledon is once again broadcast across BBC platforms throughout the duration of the tournament.

Live matches will air on BBC One, BBC Two and the BBC Red Button.

Viewers can also choose up to 18 courts to watch through smart TVs, BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and app.

BBC Radio 5 Live is offering live commentary every day of the competition, while Today at Wimbledon will provide highlights and match analysis nightly on BBC Two.

Wimbledon TV schedule

All coverage live on BBC iPlayer throughout the tournament. Individual courts available from 11am most days on iPlayer and Red Button until the close of play.

Monday 1st July

  • 10:30am-12:15pm (BBC Two)
  • 12:15pm-1pm (BBC One)
  • 1pm-9pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Tuesday 2nd July

  • 11am-12:15pm (BBC Two)
  • 12:15pm-1pm (BBC One)
  • 1pm-9pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Wednesday 3rd July

  • 11am-12:15pm (BBC Two)
  • 12:15pm-1pm (BBC One)
  • 1pm-9pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Thursday 4th July

  • 11am-7pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)
  • 7pm-9pm (BBC One)

Friday 5th July

  • 11am-9pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Saturday 6th July

  • 11am-9pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Sunday 7th July

  • 11am-9pm (BBC Two)
  • 12:15pm-5pm (BBC One)
  • 6:30pm-9pm (BBC One)

Monday 8th July

  • 11am-9pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)
  • 7pm-9pm (BBC One)

Tuesday 9th July

  • 11am-8pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Wednesday 10th July

  • 11am-8pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Thursday 11th July

  • 11am-8pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Friday 12th July

  • 11am-8pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)

Saturday 13th July

  • 11am-12:30pm (BBC Two)
  • 2pm-6pm (BBC One)
  • 6pm-8pm (BBC Two)

Sunday 14th July

  • 11am-12:30pm (BBC Two)
  • 1pm-6pm (BBC One)
  • 6pm-9pm (BBC Two)

Wimbledon 2024 schedule

ATP Men's Singles (Grand Slam)

  • First round: Monday 1st – Tuesday 2nd July
  • Second round: Wednesday 3rd – Thursday 4th July
  • Third round: Friday 5th – Saturday 6th July
  • Fourth round: Sunday 7th – Monday 8th July
  • Quarter-finals: Tuesday 9th – Wednesday 10th July
  • Semi-finals: Friday 12th July
  • Final: Sunday 14th July

WTA Women's Singles (Grand Slam)

  • First round: Monday 1st – Tuesday 2nd July
  • Second round: Wednesday 3rd – Thursday 4th July
  • Third round: Friday 5th – Saturday 6th July
  • Fourth round: Sunday 7th – Monday 8th July
  • Quarter-finals: Tuesday 9th – Wednesday 10th July
  • Semi-finals: Thursday 11th July
  • Final: Saturday 13th July
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