Wimbledon 2011 TV Schedule: Full Day-by-Day Schedule of Where and When to Watch

Adam Hirshfield@ahirshfieldFeatured ColumnistJune 17, 2011

The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is the home of Wimbledon, the oldest—and most prestigious—tennis tournament in the world.

The 2011 version of The Championships gets underway on Monday, June 20.

And sure, there are gentlemen’s and ladies’ draws, boys’ and girls’ draws, men’s, women’s and mixed doubles. But there are so many questions to ask before the year’s third tennis Grand Slam kicks off.

Can Rafael Nadal bounce back from a tough French Open victory over super-Swiss Roger Federer to claim his second consecutive Wimbledon title? Or will surging world Novak Djokovic play a role before all is said and done?

On the women’s side, can reigning champion Serena Williams—not to mention her sister Venus—bounce back from a recent injury to compete and advance far? Can Maria Sharapova recapture the glory from 2004 when she won her first Grand Slam at the All England Club?

And what about French Open champ Li Na on a surface that better suits her game?

Perhaps most importantly, how can you watch all of the action on television here in the United States?

Here’s where to find as much tennis as you can watch over the fortnight at Wimbledon. Enjoy.

(All Times Eastern)

Monday, June 20
7 a.m. - 5 p.m.: Wimbledon Early Rounds Day 1 – ESPN2 – LIVE
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
11 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Tuesday, June 21
7 a.m. - 5 p.m.: Wimbledon Early Rounds Day 2 – ESPN2 – LIVE
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
11 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Wednesday, June 22
7 a.m. - 5 p.m.: Wimbledon Early Rounds Day 3 – ESPN2 – LIVE
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
11 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Thursday, June 23
7 a.m. - 5 p.m.: Wimbledon Early Rounds Day 4 – ESPN2 – LIVE
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
11 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Friday, June 24
7 a.m. - 5 p.m.: Wimbledon Early Rounds Day 5 – ESPN2 – LIVE
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
11 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Saturday, June 25
7 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Early Rounds Day 6 – ESPN2 - LIVE
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
11 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Sunday, June 26
*NBC Wimbledon Broadcast TBD
5 - 8 p.m.: Week One Highlights – ESPN2 – Taped
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
11 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Monday, June 27
7 - 10 a.m.: Round of 16 – ESPN2 – LIVE
1 - 6 p.m.: Round of 16 – ESPN2 – LIVE
12 a.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Tuesday, June 28
7 - 10 a.m.: Ladies’ Quarterfinals – ESPN2 – LIVE
1 - 5 p.m.: Ladies’ Quarterfinals – ESPN2 – LIVE
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
12 a.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Wednesday, June 29
7 - 10 a.m.: Gentlemen’s Quarterfinals – ESPN2 – LIVE
1 - 5 p.m.: Gentlemen’s Quarterfinals – ESPN2 – LIVE
7 p.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel
12 a.m.: Wimbledon Primetime – The Tennis Channel

Thursday, June 30
7 a.m. - Noon: Ladies’ Semifinal #1 + #2- ESPN2 – LIVE
8 - 10 p.m.: Ladies’ Semifinals Highlights – EPSN2

Friday, July 1
7 a.m. - Noon: Gentlemen’s Semifinal #1 + #2 – ESPN2 – LIVE
8 - 11 p.m.: Gentlemen’s Semifinals Highlights

Saturday, July 2
*Women’s Final NBC Broadcast TBD
2 - 3 p.m.: SportsCenter at Wimbledon – ESPN2

Sunday, July 3
*Men’s Final NBC Broadcast TBD
2 - 3 p.m.: SportsCenter at Wimbledon – ESPN2

Monday, July 4
7 - 9 a.m.: Ladies’ Final – ESPN3D – ReAir
9 a.m. - Noon: Gentlemen’s Final – ESPN3D – ReAir
Noon - 3 p.m.: Gentlemen’s Semifinal #1 – ESPN3D – ReAir
3 - 6 p.m.: Gentlemen’s Semifinal #2 – ESPN3D – ReAir
6 - 8 p.m.: Ladies’ Final – ESPN3D – ReAir
8 - 11 p.m.: Gentlemen’s Final – ESPN3D – ReAir

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