Wimbledon 2022 will be one of the biggest tennis events of the calendar year and there is plenty to look forward to ahead of the Grand Slam tournament.
The event is held every year in the UK and fans travel from across the world to see some of the best stars in action.
As the excitement starts to build ahead of Wimbledon, many will start to ask questions about the tournament – and we have the answers.
Who has the most Wimbledon titles?
Federer has the most Wimbledon titles in history, winning the illustrious competition a staggering eight times throughout his career thus far.
William Renshaw and Pete Sampras are in joint-second with seven titles each, with Djokovic just behind on six.
Who won Wimbledon 2021?
Djokovic won the men’s Wimbledon 2021, defeating Matteo Berrettini in four sets; a 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 victory for the Serbian.
Ashleigh Barty defeated Karolina Pliskova to win the women’s Wimbledon 2021, winning 6–3, 6–7, 6-3 in the final.
Who won the first Wimbledon tournament?
Spencer Gore was the first men’ singles winner, while Maud Watson was the first women’s singles champion.
Here is everything you need to know about Wimbledon 2022:
Wimbledon 2022 will start on Monday 27th June 2022 and conclude on Sunday 10th July 2022.
Here is a schedule for Wimbledon 2022 and what you can expect each day:
Men and Women Round 1: June 27th – June 28th
Men and Women Round 2: June 29th – June 30th
Men and Women Round 3: July 1st – July 2nd
Men and Women Round 4: July 3rd – July 4th
Men and Women Quarter-Finals: July 5th – July 6th
Women’s Semi-Final: July 7th
Men’s Semi-Final: July 8th
Women’s Final: July 9th
Men’s Final: July 10th
To get tickets for the Wimbledon 2022 championships, you will need to enter the ballot online.
It ultimately comes down to luck to see what tickets you get, but make sure to apply if you want a chance of attending the tournament.
How to watch the Australian Open 2022 in the UK
In the UK, you can live-stream the Wimbledon 2022 tournament via the free-to-view channel BBC.
There are several packages available if you would like to attend Wimbledon in 2022.
Packages include accommodation such as hotels and you can also find deals which includes travel.
Make sure to browse around for the best deals and we will keep you updated with the ones you should pick.
Here is a list of the favourites in the betting markets to win the Wimbledon 2022 tournament:
Please note that these odds have come from Paddy Power and are subject to change.
Men’s Betting Odds
Djokovic – 11/10
Berrettini – 17/2
Daniil Medvedev – 10/1
Rafael Nadal – 10/1
Stefanos Tsitsipas – 10/1
Denis Shapovalov – 14/1
Women’s Betting Odds
Naomi Osaka – 6/1
Barty – 6/1
Simona Halep – 7/1
Aryna Sabalenka – 15/1
Emma Raducanu – 8/1
Iga Swiatek – 8/1
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