Tonight, world no. 7 Johanna Konta continues her push to become the first local Ladies champion in 40 years when she meets Croatia’s Donna Vekic exclusively live on 7TWO, Channel 7 and the 7Tennis app from 8.30pm AEST.
Following that match, also exclusively live to the channels of Seven, the reigning Wimbledon champion Andy Murray takes on Germany’s Dustin Brown. Murray will be aiming to maintain his record of always reaching the third round at Wimbledon, however, Brown has a history of upsetting former Wimbledon champions, having defeated Lleyton Hewitt in 2013 and Rafael Nadal in 2015.
Seven’s broadcast will be hosted by Todd Woodbridge with expert commentary from three-time Wimbledon champion John Newcombe, along with Rennae Stubbs, Sam Smith and Geoff Masters.
In addition, there will be commentary from a string of the biggest names in tennis via the host broadcaster BBC. Among them are John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Martina Navratilova, Tracy Austin and Tim Henman.
Tennis fans will see the best two matches exclusively live and free each day on Channel 7, 7TWO and the 7Tennis app, along with plenty of other top matches. And of course, we’ll keep viewers up to date with all the results and happenings around the courts.
TV Broadcast times:
Wimbledon Day 3 - Wednesday July 5
Syd 8.30pm on 7TWO, 10.30pm on Channel 7
Melb8.30pm on 7TWO, 10.30pm on Channel 7
Bris 8.30pm on 7TWO, 10.30pm on Channel 7
Adel8.00pm on 7TWO, 10.30pm on Channel 7
Perth 6.30pm on 7TWO, 10.30pm on Channel 7
Wimbledon Day 4 - Thursday July 6
Syd 8.30pm on 7TWO
Melb8.30pm on 7TWO
Bris 8.30pm on 7TWO
Adel8.00pm on 7TWO
Perth 6.30pm on 7TWO