Wimbledon 2012 Schedule: Online and TV Info for This Weekend's Action

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Wimbledon 2012 Schedule: Online and TV Info for This Weekend's Action
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It's down to the finals for both the men's and women's draws at the 2012 Wimbledon Championships.

The women's final between No. 6 Serena Williams and No. 3 Agnieszka Radwanska will be the first of two promising weekend matches.

Williams and Radwanska will face off at 9 a.m. EST Saturday, July 7, 2012 on ESPN. Coverage for the match will begin at 8 a.m. with ESPN's Breakfast at Wimbledon, where the channel's tennis crew will break down the final. 

The men's final between No. 3 Roger Federer and No. 4 Andy Murray will take place Sunday, July 8, 2012 on ESPN at 9 a.m. EST. There will also be prior analysis given by the experts with ESPN's Breakfast at Wimbledon taking place at 8 a.m. EST.

For those that can't catch the matches on television, they can be seen online at WatchESPN.com. The Breakfast at Wimbledon program can also be watched on WatchESPN.com as well.

Williams is a four-time Wimbledon winner, a six-time finalist and has a chance to win her third Wimbledon title in the last four seasons. Her serve has been quite effective this tournament, boasting a whopping 85 aces in six matches. The 85 aces are 51 more than any other woman in the draw.

Radwanska comes into this match fresh off of an impressive semifinals victory over Angelique Kerber. The 6-3, 6-4 win proved she is more than capable of eventually taking over the No. 1-rank in the World. Williams will have to deal with a player who seldom makes mistakes. Radwanska committed just six unforced errors in her semifinals win.

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Men's star Federer leads the names of star-studded talent left in these 2012 Wimbledon Championships. He is arguably one of the greatest players on the grass surface and will be taking on No. 4 Murray in the men's final. With six Wimbledon titles to his name, expect FedEx to give Murray an impressive performance.

Murray has gotten to the final for the first time in his career and has to be especially confident with his game as of late. In the semifinals victory over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Murray was able to both dictate points and hit especially accurate cross-court shots with utmost consistency. If Murray can bring that to the table Sunday, there is no question he will have the upper-hand against Federer.

Two of the greatest players in Wimbledon history in Williams and Federer will look to dominate once again. Meanwhile, two players in Radwanska and Murray will be out there to prove that they belong in their first Wimbledon finals. Make no mistake about it, fans can expect two finals of epic proportions this weekend at the Championships.

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