Wimbledon 2021: dates, times, TV and where to watch the tournament live

The London Grand Slam returns to the calendar after a year of absence due to the pandemic. It will be held from June 28 to July 11.

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Wimbledon returns to the scene. After a year's absence due to the pandemic, the All England Tennis Club will once again host the London Grand Slam, from June 28 to July 11, in what promises to be an exciting edition. In the men's box, Novak Djokovic will be the protagonist in his particular challenge to reach the 20 majors of Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal. In the women's box, Ashleigh Barty will try to impose her status as number 1.

Wimbledon 2021 Schedule: What time do the matches start? Spanish. The men's final will be on Sunday, July 11; the female, on Saturday 10.

Television: Where to see Wimbledon 2021?

Movistar Plus has the exclusive rights to the tournament in Spain and will take advantage of its status with a great display. The entire tournament can be followed on Movistar Deportes and the new Movistar Wimbledon channel between June 28 and July 11.

# Vamos, an exclusive multisport channel of Movistar + (dial 8), will focus all its programming on the tournament, starting at noon with a special Wimbledon News #V that will reel off the day and will connect with the decisive moments in London throughout the afternoon . On the occasion of the tournament, dial 54 is transformed into Movistar Wimbledon, a 24-hour channel where the best matches can be seen live and numerous rebroadcasts throughout the competition.

After the last game of each day that is broadcast on #Vamos, it will be the turn for a new edition of the newscast that will combine what happened in London with the rest of the sports news. Next, the 'Wimbledon Diary' will offer details of everything that happened at the All England Club from 10:00 p.m. with a team of specialists deployed during the 14 days of competition.Internet: Where to follow Wimbledon 2021 online?

At AS.com you can also follow extensive coverage of the tournament, with direct from the main matches. With us you will have the best minute by minute, the most shocking images of the meeting and the statements of the protagonists, as well as the chronicle as soon as the matches finish by our special envoy, Nacho Albarrán.

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