0/5

Airdate: Wimbledon 2021

Live coverage of Wimbledon 2021 begins next Monday on 9GEM and 9Now.

Live coverage of Wimbledon 2021 begins next Monday on 9GEM and 9Now.

9GEM commentators are Roz Kelly, Todd Woodbridge, Sam Groth, Jelena Dokic and Brett Phillips.

After coming off the clay courts of the French Open, the Wimbledon grass awaits the world’s best players, with Roger Federer going for his ninth victory here and Grand Slam title number 21.

Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece, after going down in his first Grand Slam final to Novak Djokovic in five sets at the French Open, will be out to go one better.

But the man to beat again is Djokovic, the defending Wimbledon champion who has already won two Grand Slams this year, adding Roland Garros to his Australian Open title.

Serena Williams is set to compete and will be playing for her eighth Wimbledon crown with her last win being in 2016.

Australia’s own world No. 1, Ash Barty will be leading the charge and will be joined by Ajla Tomljanovic and Sam Stosur for the women’s side.

Our Aussie men’s side will see Alex de Minaur, John Millman, Alex Bolt, Alexei Popyrin, Nick Kyrgios, James Duckworth and Jordan Thompson compete for a grand slam title.

Andy Murray and Venus Williams have been awarded the tournament’s wildcard entries.

Coverage across 9GEM and 9Now begins at 7.30pm on Monday, June 28, running through to Saturday, July 3.

With no play on Sunday, July 4, the action resumes on Monday, July 5, at 7.30pm, right up to the women’s final which will be broadcast live on Saturday, July 10, from 10.30pm, and the men’s final on Sunday, July 11, from 10.30pm.

Every match will also stream ad-free, live and on demand, on Stan Sport.

4 Responses

  1. I have to correct the wording here ,no doubt this is from Nines publicity department , Djokovic has not won 2 grand slams this year ,he has won 2 majors ,if he wins all 4 majors this year that’s the correct use of the term Grand Slam ,it has been this way forever and a day.

    1. That may be technically true but it’s pedantic. The four are referred to as the Grand Slams individually too and players records refer to how many grand slams they’ve won – that being individual tournaments. Nobody refers to them as Majors in tennis.

Leave a Reply

Cast your vote in the 15th TVT Awards