The coverage of Wimbledon AKA the Championships, headlined by ESPN, is available in every social medium possible. ESPN2 and ABC will televise the entire tournament for the first time. ESPN2 will handle the all but the men’s and women’s finals.
Their coverage on day two will commence at 7am Eastern and continue until 5pm Eastern. WatchESPN.com and Court Cast by ESPN will provide online coverage, including the outer courts. Watch ESPN will also have replies of all the days key matches.
The Tennis Channel picks up coverage at 5pm Eastern with Wimbledon Primetime. They will highlight the day’s best matches, have interviews and discussion on everything going on at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.
Gototennis.com has the complete international schedule.
The second day of Wimbledon features many intriguing first round matches:
Defending women’s champion Petra Kvitova and two time men’s champion Rafael Nadal are first on centre court, followed by Brit-favorite Andy Murray against former top-five player Nikolay Davydenko.
Court One features 2010 women’s runner-up Vera Zvonereva, followed by 2011 Wimbledon semifinalist Jo-Wilfried Tsonga against 2002 Men’s Champion Lleyton Hewitt, world number-two Victoria Azarenka and then Andy Roddick.
Others in action include Serena Williams, British hopeful Laura Robson against Francesca Schiavone, David Ferrer, Men’s number-ten seed Mardy Fish and former US Open Champ, Svetlana Kuznetsova against former US Open semifinalist Yanina Wickmayer.