Wimbledon 2022: Draws, Dates, History & All You Need To Know
The third Grand Slam event of the season will see the world’s best players compete at Wimbledon, with defending champion Novak Djokovic, two-time titlist Rafael Nadal and 2021 finalist Matteo Berrettini in action.
Here’s what you need to know ahead of the tournament in the UK capital:
When is Wimbledon?
Wimbledon 2022 will be held from 27 June – 10 July. The grass-court Grand Slam tournament, established in 1877, will take place at The All England Lawn Tennis Club in London, UK. The tournament director is Jamie Baker.
Who is playing at Wimbledon 2022?
Wimbledon will feature two-time champion Nadal, six-time winner Djokovic, Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Carlos Alcaraz and Felix Auger-Aliassime.
When is the draw for Wimbledon?
The Wimbledon singles draw will be made on Friday 24 June at 10 a.m.
The Wimbledon doubles draw will be made on Friday 24 June at 12 p.m.
What is the schedule for Wimbledon?
* Qualifying: Monday, 20 June – Thursday, 23 June at 11 a.m.
* Main Draw: Monday, 27 June – Sunday, 5 June, start times TBC.
* Doubles Final: Saturday, 9 July, start time TBC.
* Singles Final: Sunday 10 July, start time TBC.
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What is the prize money for Wimbledon?
The prize money for Wimbledon is £40,350,000.
Round of 16: £190,000
Round of 32: £120,000
Round of 64: £78,000
Round of 128: £50,000
DOUBLES (£ per team)
Round of 16: £33,000
Round of 32: £20,000
Round of 64: £12,500
How can I watch Wimbledon?
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Who won the last edition of Wimbledon in 2021?
Novak Djokovic won the 2021 Wimbledon singles title with a 6-7(4), 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 victory against Matteo Berrettini in the championship match (Read More). Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic lifted the doubles trophy in London with a 6-4, 7-6(5), 2-6, 7-5 triumph against Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos in the final (Read More).
Who holds the Wimbledon record for most titles, oldest champion, youngest champion and more?
Most Titles, Singles: Roger Federer (8)
Most Titles, Doubles: Todd Woodbridge (9)
Oldest Champion: Roger Federer, 35, in 2017
Youngest Champion: Boris Becker, 17, in 1985
Highest-Ranked Champion: No. 1 Bjorn Borg in 1980, John McEnroe in 1984, Pete Sampras in 1993-94, 1997-99, Lleyton Hewitt in 2002, Roger Federer in 2004-07, Rafael Nadal in 2010, Novak Djokovic in 2015, 2019, 2021
Lowest-Ranked Champion: No. 125 Goran Ivanisevic in 2001
Last Home Champion: Andy Murray in 2016
Most Match Wins: Roger Federer (105)
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