TV Guide: Wimbledon 2022 on 9Gem and Stan Sport

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• The oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament is back for a 2022 season, starting Monday, June 27

Wimbledon, the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament is back for a 2022 season, starting Monday, June 27, live and free on Nine and 9Now.

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Nine’s coverage of the 135th tournament will start at 7:30pm on 9Gem. Every match will be available to stream ad-break free, live and on-demand on Stan Sport, with the ability to catch up on all the action with replays, mini matches and highlights.

How to watch Wimbledon 2022?

Day 1 – Monday, June 27 7.30pm – Channel 9 & 9Gem 9Now
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Day 2 – Tuesday, June 28 7.30pm – Channel 9 & 9Gem
Day 3 – Wednesday, June 29 7.30pm – 9Gem
Day 4 – Thursday, June 30 7.30pm – 9Gem
Day 5 – Friday, July 1 7.30pm – 9Gem
Day 6 – Saturday, July 2 7.30pm – 9Gem
Day 7 – Sunday, June 3 7.30pm – 9Gem
Day 8 – Monday, July 4 7.30pm – 9Gem
Day 9 – Tuesday, July 5 9.30pm – 9Gem
Day 10 – Wednesday, July 6 9.30pm – 9Gem
Day 11 – Thursday, July 7 10.00pm – 9Gem
Day 12 – Friday, July 8 10.00pm – 9Gem
Day 13 – Saturday, July 9 10.30pm – 9Gem
Day 14 – Sunday, July 10 10.30pm – 9Gem

Every match can also be streamed on Stan Sport and 9Now.

Who are the Wimbledon 2022 hosts and commentators?

Todd Woodbridge, Sam Groth, Jelena Dokic and Brett Phillips will provide expert commentary hosted by Roz Kelly, with Tony Jones on the ground at Wimbledon.

Who’s playing in 2022?

The grass courts at the All England Lawn Tennis Club in London will host an all-star lineup headlined by world No.1 and defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic and Spaniard Rafael Nadal, who is unbeaten in Grand Slams this year.
Leading the Australian charge is Alex de Minaur, currently ranked 22 in the world, alongside Nick Kyrgios, as well as Thanasi Kokkinakis and young gun Alexei Popyrin.
The ever-entertaining duo of Kyrgios and Kokkinakis will get back together again to compete in the Men’s Doubles, their first since winning the Australian Open earlier this year in thrilling fashion.
Last year’s 2021 Wimbledon runner-up Matteo Berretini, Greece’s Stefano Tsitsipas and current world No.7, plus 19-year old Carlos Alcaraz, a quarter-finalist at Roland Garros, will round out the top of the men’s competition.  
In an exciting announcement for the women’s draw, tennis legend Serena Williams will be playing for her 24th individual Grand Slam title. She will be up against world No.1 Iga Świątek, in hot form to claim her first Wimbledon title after winning Roland Garros for the second time.
Australia’s Ajla Tomljanović, the nation’s highest-ranked female player, will also be one to watch after making the quarter-finals at Wimbledon last year.

Wimbledon 2022 starts Monday, June 27 at 7:30pm on 9Gem.

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