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Wimbledon 2015 Schedule

Wimbledon 2015 Schedule

Tennis takes center stage from June 29 to July 12, as the finest tennis players gather in All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London for the 129th edition of the Wimbledon Championship. But before we dive into the event itself, it’s best to know the important dates and times of the games and how and where can you watch the tournament.

For more about the 2015, you can click here for the experts’ picks for the men’s side and here for the women’s.

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2015 Wimbledon Schedule

Draw: When, where, and how it’s done

[sc:Other240banner ]Last Friday, the organizers of the 2015 Wimbledon held the draw at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London.

The computerized draw is an important part of Wimbledon because it assigns all of the matches in the first round. It’s important to note that the draw is done randomly. That being said, it still follows a simple system to prevent top seeded players from meeting early in the single-elimination tournament. Nobody wants to see Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic duke it out from the get go. You want to see them meet in the later rounds.

To ensure a balanced field, the top 32 players—seeded before the draw—are removed from the draw. But don’t worry, they will be randomly placed later when the when the rest of the participants have taken their spots in the bracket.

Key Dates

Don’t miss any action at The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Keep in mind the following dates and plan your schedule accordingly.

*All times are EST

Date Time (EST) Round/Event
June 29 7 AM – 4:30 PM Early Rounds Day 1
June 30 7 AM – 4:30 PM Early Rounds Day 2
July 1 7 AM – 4:30 PM Early Rounds Day 3
July 2 7 AM – 4:30 PM Early Rounds Day 4
July 3 7 AM – 4:30 PM Early Rounds Day 5
July 4 8 AM – 4 PM Early Rounds Day 6
July 5 3 PM – 6 PM Encore Coverage
July 6 7 AM- 5 PM Round of 16 (Court 1 & outer courts)
July 6 8 AM – 3 PM Round of 16 (Centre Court)
July 7 8 AM – 1 PM Women’s Quarterfinals (Centre Court)
July 7 8 AM- 4 PM Women’s Quarterfinals (Court 1)
July 8 8 AM – 3 PM Men’s Quarterfinals (Centre Court)
July 8 8 AM- 4 PM Men’s Quarterfinals (Court 1)
July 9 8 AM – 1 PM Women’s Semifinals
July 10 8 AM- 2 PM Men’s Semifinals
July 11 9 AM- 3 PM Women’s Championship
July 11 3 PM – 6 PM Women’s Championship Encore Coverage
July 12 9 AM – 3 PM Men’s Championship
July 12 3 PM – 6 PM Men’s Championship Encore Coverage

Bear in mind that when looking at the time of matches in the official Wimbledon website, the times are set in respect to London time or BST (British Summer Time). So if you’re following the event from the US, you’ll have to convert the times accordingly. Click here for a convenient tool that will help you convert times from BST to EST.

How to watch

Not all of us can just fly off our couches to London of course. But that doesn’t mean we can’t soak in the action that happens in grass courts of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. If you’re looking to watch the happenings in the 2015 Wimbledon on TV, then ESPN has your back, as the giant broadcast corporation will televise matches through its array of networks.

If you’re going to watch it online, ESPN has also got you covered. You can livestream Wimbledon matches on Watch ESPN. DirecTV’s subscribers, meanwhile can catch games on its six-screens-in-one mix channel. It can be accessed through TV, computers, tablets, and phones.

But for those that don’t have the time to watch entire games, you can find Tennis Channel’s compilation of short highlights throughout the duration of the tournament.

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