Wimbledon 2022: When the final is, how to buy tickets and watch on TV, and latest odds and predictions

Wimbledon 2022: when the final is, how to buy tickets and watch on TV, and latest odds and predictions - CAMERASPORT VIA GETTY IMAGES
Wimbledon 2022: when the final is, how to buy tickets and watch on TV, and latest odds and predictions - CAMERASPORT VIA GETTY IMAGES

Cameron Norrie meets unseeded Belgian David Goffin in his first Wimbledon quarter-final with hopes high that the British No 1 can become the first British player to reach a Wimbledon semi-final since Johanna Konta in 2017.

Should Norrie win, he would join Andy Murray, Tim Henman and Roger Taylor as the only British men to reach the semi-finals of the men's singles at the All England Club in the Open Era.

Goffin beat Frances Tiafoe in five sets in the third round, and Norrie said: "He's a very experienced player. He really likes the grass. He's played a lot of big matches. It's going to be tough."

Defending champion Novak Djokovic is also into the quarters, and his biggest rival for this year's title Rafael Nadal has joined him in the last eight after beating Botic van de Zandschulp in the fourth round on Monday.

World No 2 Ons Jabeur is a strong favourite to lift the women's trophy after Alize Cornet ended French Open champion Iga Swiatek's 37-game unbeaten winning streak.

What is it?

It is the third major of the year. The Wimbledon Championships run between Monday, June 27 and Sunday, July 10.

When are the Wimbledon finals?

The women's singles final will take place on Saturday July 9, as will the men's doubles final.

The men's singles final and the women's doubles final will take place on Sunday July 10.

The mixed doubles final takes place earlier in the week, on Thursday July 7.

Can I still buy tickets?

Of course. You’ve heard of the Wimbledon queue, right? You can turn up at Wimbledon Park and wait patiently for a small number of tickets available for Centre Court, Court One or Court Two. You’ll have to queue from around 6am on the morning, if not before in order to get lucky, though.

If you can’t get on the showcourts, you can also purchase a day pass which allows you access to all the ground courts from No 3 to 18. Prices start from £27. The All England Club will only accept cash on the day.

What TV channel are the Championships on?

You can watch coverage on BBC One and Two throughout the fortnight – and on the red button. You can also follow the Telegraph Sport's daily coverage.

What is this year's draw?

The official draw took place on June 24.

Who are the defending champions?

Novak Djokovic and Ashleigh Barty won the singles tournaments in 2021 – but Barty will not be returning to defend her crown after unexpectedly retiring from tennis earlier this year.

Novak Djokovic won his sixth Wimbledon title last year - AP
Novak Djokovic won his sixth Wimbledon title last year - AP

Men's Seeds

Women's Seeds

Who was handed a wildcard to SW19?

Serena Williams was awarded a wildcard to compete for a record 24th major title at Wimbledon, after nearly a year on the sidelines through injury.

Williams, 40, last played a competitive match on Centre Court at last year's tournament, when she was forced to retire during the first round with a hamstring problem.

Unfortunately, however, the SW19 comeback was short-lived as she lost in the first round to Harmony Tan in an epic contest. The American was beaten 7-5, 1-6, 7-6 (7).

Men's singles wildcards

Zizou Bergs (Bel), Liam Broady (GB), Jay Clarke (GB), Alastair Gray (GB), Paul Jubb (GB), Ryan Peniston (GB), Tim van Rijthoven (Hol), Stan Wawrinka (Swi).

Women's singles wildcards

Katie Boulter (GB), Jodie Burrage (GB), Sonay Kartal (GB), Yuriko Miyazaki (GB), Daria Saville (Aus), Katie Swan (GB), Serena Williams (US).

Men's doubles wildcards

Liam Broady (GB) / Jay Clarke (GB), Julian Cash (GB) / Henry Patten (GB), Alastair Gray (GB) / Ryan Peniiston (GB), Jonny O'Mara (GB) / Ken Skupski (GB).

Women's doubles wildcards

Naiktha Bains (GB) / Maia Lumsden (GB), Alicia Barnett (GB) / Olivia Nicholls (GB), Jodie Burrage (GB) / Eden Silva (GB), Harriet Dart (GB) / Heather Watson (GB), Sarah Beth Grey (GB) / Yuriko Miyazaki (GB), Sonay Kartal (GB) / Nell Miller (GB).

Mixed doubles wildcards

Ivan Dodig (Cro) / Latisha Chan (Twn), Kyle Edmund (GB) / Olivia Nicholls (GB), Jamie Murray (GB) / Venus Williams (US), Jonny O'Mara (GB) / Alicia Barnett (GB).

Men's wheelchair singles wildcard

Tokito Oda (Jpn).

Women's wheelchair singles wildcard

Momoko Ohtani (Jpn).

Quad wheelchair singles wildcard

Ymanitu Silva (Bra).

Anything new for the tournament?

Wimbledon is a 14-day tournament from this year onwards, with matches played on 'Middle Sunday'.

The first Sunday of Wimbledon is normally a rest day, on which tournament organisers work to get the courts back into top shape for the latter rounds, resulting in a so-called 'Manic Monday' featuring the entire fourth round of both the men's and women's singles.

"From 2022, to coincide with the centenary of centre court, middle Sunday will become a permanent part of the tournament schedule, turning the Championships into a 14-day event," All England Lawn Tennis Club chairman Ian Hewitt said befoe the tournament.

"Thanks to improved grass-court technology and maintenance over the past five years... we are comfortable that we are able to look after the courts, most particularly centre court, without a full day of rest."

What are the latest odds?

Men’s champion latest odds:

  • Novak Djokovic 2/5

  • Rafael Nadal 4/1

  • Nick Kyrgios 7/1

  • Jannik Sinner 18/1

  • Cameron Norrie 25/1

  • Taylor Fritz 28/1

Women’s champion latest odds:

  • Ons Jabeur 6/4

  • Simona Halep 4/1

  • Amanda Anisimova 8/1

  • Paula Badosa 9/1

  • Julie Niemeier 12/1

  • Elena Rybakina 14/1