2014 Wimbledon TV Schedule

by Staff | June 20th, 2014, 10:46 pm

For the third straight year ESPN owns exclusive rights to broadcast the Wimbledon championships. Through its family of networks, ESPN will air 140 hours of live coverage with once against simultaneous coverage on two networks of both Center and Court 1 the second week.

ESPN will complement their broadcast with live streaming on ESPN3.com and the WATCH ESPN app.

The commentator team will include familiar faces John McEnroe, Darren Cahill, Cliff Drysdale, Tom Rinaldi, Mary Joe Fernandez, Brad Gilbert, Patrick McEnroe, Pam Shriver, Chris Fowler, Hannah Storm, LZ Granderson, Chrissie Evert and Chris McKendry.

ESPN’s exclusive coverage of The Championships, Wimbledon – from first ball to the trophies – begins Monday, June 23, from the storied grass courts of the All England Lawn Tennis Club and includes an expanded schedule of 1,000 hours on ESPN3 and the return of complete television coverage including “Cross Court Coverage” on three days to start the second week.

ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNEWS – supplementing Wimbledon programming during FIFA World Cup matches from Brazil – will combine for 140 hours. The fortnight will climax with the Ladies’ and Doubles Championships on ESPN on Saturday, July 5, and the Gentlemen’s Championship on Sunday, July 6.

2014 Wimbledon TV Schedule – ESPN2/ESPN/ESPNNEWS (ALL Times Eastern)

Monday, June 23, 7am – 11:30am, First Round, ESPN
Monday, June 23, 11:30am – 4pm, First Round, ESPNNEWS
Monday, June 23, 2pm – 3:30pm, First Round, ESPN2
Tuesday, June 24, 7am – 11:30am, First Round, ESPN
Tuesday, June 24, 11:30am – 4pm, First Round, ESPNNEWS
Tuesday, June 24, 2pm – 3:30am, First Round, ESPN2
Wednesday, June 25, 7am – 11:30pm, First Round, ESPN
Wednesday, June 25, 11:30am – 4pm, First Round, ESPNNEWS
Wednesday, June 25, 2pm – 3:30pm, First Round, ESPN2
Thursday, June 26, 7am – 11:30am, First Round, ESPN
Thursday, June 26, 11:30am – 4pm, First Round, ESPNNEWS
Thursday, June 26, 2pm – 3:30pm, First Round, ESPN2
Friday, June 27, 7 am – 5pm, Third Round, ESPN
Saturday, June 28, 7 am – 3 pm, Third Round, ESPN
Sunday, June 29, 3 pm – 6pm, Highlights, ABC (Tape)
Monday, June 30, 7am – 11:30am, R16, ESPN
Monday, June 30, 8am – 4pm, Center Court, ESPNNEWS
Monday, June 30, 11:30pm – 3pm, R16, ESPN2
Tuesday, July 1, 8am – 1pm, Women’s Quarterfinals Center Court, ESPN2
Tuesday, July 1, 8am – 11:30am, Women’s Quarterfinals CT1, ESPN
Tuesday, July 1, 11:30pm – 3pm, Women’s Quarterfinals CT1, ESPNNEWS
Wednesday, July 2, 8am – 3pm, Men’s Quarterfinals Center, ESPN
Wednesday, July 2, 8am – 4pm, Men’s Quarterfinals CT1, ESPN2
Thursday, July 3, 7am – 1pm Women’s Semifinals, ESPN
Friday, July 4, 7am – 2pm, Men’s Semifinals, ESPN
Saturday, July 5, 8am – 3pm, Women’s Final, ESPN
Sunday, July 6, 8am – 3pm, Men’s Final, ESPN

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3 Comments for 2014 Wimbledon TV Schedule

Okiegal Says:

Thank goodness for ESPN and ESPN3.com……If my fav isn’t on TV I can watch it lived streamed on my PC. This coverage will be great for a change!!

Patson Says:

The next 3 weeks are going to be super awesome. We’ve got the world cup going, and then we’ve got Wimbledon. Just fantastic.

edith Says:

Pam Shriver should be more careful about the comments she makes regarding the players. Her very insensitive remark concerning Serena. “She acts like she’s on drugs”, she commented. Her personal feeling toward a player should never be a part of her commentary. She always shows dislike (jealousy) for Serena. Shriver needs to get over herself. Accept what is, because she can never change her tennis history!

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