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- Men’s top seeds: Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal
- Women’s top seeds: Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep, Karolina Pliskova, Elina Svitolina
- Defending champion: Andy Murray
- 2016 Champions: Serena Williams
LONDON, UK – Everything you need to know about Wimbledon 2017, in one handy place.
When is Wimbledon taking place?
The Championships take place between 3-16 July
Wimbledon Order of Play, Draws & Results
|Order of Play|
|Men’s Singles||Women’s Singles|
|Mens Doubles||Women’s Doubles|
|Men’s Qualifying||Women’s Qualifying|
Wimbledon Seedings – How it Works
POLL – Who will win the Men’s Singles Title?
POLL – Who will win the Ladies’ Singles Title?
How to Watch Wimbledon
In the UK, the BBC will be broadcasting Wimbledon live, and for those with cable/satellite, Eurosport and Eurosport Player will also be showing matches live. Check Tennis on UK TV for details
What is the Wimbledon Schedule
|First Round||3-4 July|
|Second Round||5-6 July|
|Third Round||7-8 July|
|Fouth Round (Manic Monday)||10 July|
|Ladies quarter-finals||11 July|
|Gentlemen’s quarter-finals||12 July|
|Ladies’ semi-finals||13 July|
|Gentlemen’s semi-finals||14 July|
|Ladies final||15 July 2pm BST|
|Gentlemen’s final||16 July 2pm BST|
Britwatch Prediction Challenge Cup
Our by now legendary competition between the Britwatch and our special guests from around the tennis-writing world.
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