ESPN Wimbledon Announcers include Chris Bowers, James Blake, and Chris Fowler. Caroline Wozniacki and Brad Gilbert will provide their crucial analytics.

The analysts are an important part of Wimbledon every year as they provide play-by-play commentary and analysis for the viewers to enjoy from the comfort of their homes.

The dedicated members of the ESPN team are celebrities themselves with their years of consistent broadcast. Many of the team members have impressive former tennis careers themselves and have played in Wimbledon, so they not only have the expertise but experience as well.

Female Tennis team including Chris Evert, Alexandra Stevenson, and Pam Shriver, among numerous others, also join in with the team to bring the tournament to the screens of fans eager to watch at their homes.

The 2023 Wimbledon Championship is starting on July 3, 2023. Carlos Alcaraz will play against Jeremy Chardy in the first match on men's single discipline to swing the tournament into action.

ESPN Wimbledon Commentators List

ESPN Wimbledon Commentary panel is;

  • Cliff Drysdale
  • Chris Bowers
  • Chris Evert
  • Brad Gilbert
  • Patrick McEnroe
  • Pam Shriver
  • Rennae Stubbs
  • Darren Cahill
  • Sam Gore
  • Chris McKendry (host)
  • Jeremy Schaap (reporter)

Cliff Drysdale has worked with ESPN since the beginning, he was with the broadcaster when it first telecasted tennis in 1979. Cliff is a two-time Wimbledon semi-finalist and two-time French Open semi-finalist.

Drysdale is also a Tennis Hall of Fame inductee, he was inducted in 2013. Apart from his exceptional talent and skills on the court, he also has a successful career off the court. In addition to being a sportscaster, Cliff is also the first president of ATP.

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Chris Evert is joining the team as a commentator this year. She has been with the broadcaster since 2011 and has plenty of experience playing at the tournament, she has bagged three titles in 1974, 1976, and 1981.

Evert was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1995 after being unanimously elected by over 175 sports journalists from around the world. In her professional career spanning nearly two decades, Christine won 18 major titles.

Patrick McEnroe has been with ESPN since 1995. Patrick is a former professional tennis player from the United States of America. He was ranked number 28 in singles and number 3 in doubles at the peak of his career in the world ranking.

McEnroe will be joining the ESPN Wimbledon broadcast as a play-by-play commentator and will also provide his insights from his experience. He is also the president of the International Tennis Hall of Fame since May 1, 2023.

Chris McKendry's official picture for ESPN profile.
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Chris McKendry will return to the screens as host of the Wimbledon Championship for the second season. She has been with ESPN since 1996 and slowly climbed her way from SportsCenter anchor to one of the major hosts for the network.

Although McKendry never turned a professional tennis player, she played college-level tennis for Drexel University. She attended the institution on a tennis scholarship and has worked with multiple broadcasters before settling down with ESPN, at least for now.

ESPN Wimbledon Analysts 2023

ESPN Wimbledon studio includes;

  • Luke Jensen
  • Jason Goodall
  • Mary Joe Fernandez
  • Alexandra Stevenson
  • James Blake
  • John McEnroe
  • Caroline Wozniacki

Luke Jensen will provide the analytics for the matches at Wimbledon Championship 2023 on ESPN. He will employ his years of experience and knowledge to provide viewers with an understanding of the games and everything related to them.

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Jensen is a former American tennis player who won the 1993 French Open Doubles with his brother Murphy Jensen. He won 10 titles in her career which included one Grand Slam, one ATP Masters Series, one ATP Championship Series, and seven ATP Tours.

Mary Joe Fernandez has been an analyst for ESPN since the year 2000, she has covered numerous tennis tournaments and matches in her career as an analyst. However, her playing career is equally impressive with 7 WTA single titles and 17 WTA and 2 ITF doubles titles under her belt.

Fernandez turned professional in the year 1986 and retired in the year 2000. In between, she was two times Australian Open finalist, a one-time French Open finalist, and a one-time semifinalist in Wimbledon Championship. She was also a semi-finalist at US Open once.

James Blake will be an analyst for ESPN covering Wimbledon Championship 2023 like in previous years. Blake is among the youngest members of the ESPN team in terms of joining date, but he is among the most impressive players and hosts in the squad.

Blake has ten APT tour titles under his belt. He also has plenty of experience playing at the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon Championships, and US Open, but James never made it to the semi-finals in any of the tournaments during his career.

Caroline Wozniacki wears a beautiful brown sweater as a dress.
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Caroline Wozniacki is the latest addition to the ESPN analyst squad after joining in 2022. Caroline has 30 WTA tour titles and one Australian Open win in 2018. Similarly, she was also a finalist at US Open, twice, and played in the 4th round at Wimbledon Championship 6 times during her career.

Wimbledon 2023 TV Schedule Time ESPN

ESPN Wimbledon TV schedule will start at 6 am Eastern Time on Monday, July 3, 2023. ESPN+ and ESPN 3 will cover all 18 courts thought-out the day.

You can also watch ESPN on streaming websites and ABC in the United States of America. Tennis on TV today at ESPN will begin at 6 am eastern time and will continue all the way through 5 pm eastern time.

Monday, July 3, 2023

ESPN coverage from 6 am to 5 pm of Round One

Tuesday, July 4, 2023

6 am to 5 pm of Round One

Wednesday, July 5, 2023

6 am to 5 pm of Round Two

Thursday, July 6, 2023

6 am to 5 pm of Round Two

Friday, July 7, 2023

6 am to 5 pm Round Three

Wimbledon 2023 logo with the logos of broadcasters.
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Saturday, July 8, 2023

8 am to 1 pm Round Three

Sunday, July 9, 2023

8 am to 1 pm Round of 16

Monday, July 10, 2023

6 am to 4 pm Round of 16 on ESPN2

8 am to 4 pm Round of 16 on ESPN

Tuesday, July 11, 2023

8 am to 3 pm Quarterfinals on ESPN

8 am to 3 pm Quarterfinals on ESPN2

Wednesday, July 12, 2023

8 am to 3 pm Quarterfinals on ESPN

8 am to 3 pm Quarterfinals on ESPN2

Thursday, July 13, 2023

8 am to 1 pm Women's Semifinal on ESPN

1 pm to 2:30 pm Mixed Doubles Championship on ESPN

Friday, July 14, 2023

8 am to 2 pm Men's Semifinals on ESPN

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Saturday, July 15, 2023

9 am to 11:30 am Women's Championship on ESPN

11: 30 am to 3 pm Men's Doubles Championship

3 pm to 6 pm Men's final re-air

Sunday, July 16, 2023

9 am to 12 noon Men's Championship

12 noon to 3 pm Women's Doubles Championship

Wimbledon on ABC Schedule

Wimbledon on ABC Schedule starts on Saturday, July 8, 2023, at 1 pm covering the third round. ABC will cover the re-air of the men's final on July 16.

ABC will only cover a few games of Wimbledon Championship 2023 for American tennis fans, the coverage will include the second day of the third round and re-air of finals on July 16. Here is the ABC Schedule for Wimbledon Championship 2023.

Saturday, July 8, 2023

1 pm to 4 pm Third Round on ABC

Sunday, July 9, 2023

1 pm to 4 pm Round of 16

Sunday, July 16, 2023

3 pm to 6 pm Men's Final re-air on ABC.

First Round Men

Here is a full list of men's singles matches for round one. The number inside brackets is the seed number of the players.

  • Match 1: Carlos Alcaraz (1) vs. Jeremy Chardy
  • Match 2: Alexandre Muller vs. Arthur Rinderknech
  • Match 3: Jason Kubler vs. Ugo Humbert
  • Match 4: Marco Cecchinato vs. Nicolas Jarry (25)
  • Match 5: Alexander Zverev (19) vs. Gijs Brouwer
  • Match 6: Marc Andrea Huesler vs. Yosuke Watanuki
  • Match 7: Matteo Berrettini vs. Lorenzo Sonego
  • Match 8: Kimmer Coppejans vs. Alex de Minaur (15)
  • Match 9: Frances Tiafoe (10) vs. Yibing Wu

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  • Match 10: Dominic Stricker vs. Alexei Popyrin
  • Match 11: Ilya Ivashka vs. Federico Coria
  • Match 12: Sho Shimabukuro vs. Grigor Dimitrov (21)
  • Match 13: Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (31) vs. Arthur Fils
  • Match 14: Zhang Zhizhen vs. Botic van de Zandschulp
  • Match 15: Matteo Arnaldi vs. Roberto Carballés Baena
  • Match 16: George Loffhagen vs. Holger Rune (6)
  • Match 17: Daniil Medvedev (3) vs. Arthur Fery
  • Match 18: Adrian Mannarino vs. Alexander Shevchenko
  • Match 19: Marcos Giron vs. Hugo Dellien
  • Match 20: Marton Fucsovics vs. Tallon Griekspoor (28)
  • Match 21: Francisco Cerundolo (18) vs. Nuno Borges
  • Match 22: Jiri Lehecka vs. Sebastian Ofner
  • Match 23: Milos Raonic vs. Dennis Novak
  • Match 24: Shintaro Mochizuki vs. Tommy Paul (16)
  • Match 25: Cameron Norrie (12) vs. Tomas Machac
  • Match 26: Christopher Eubanks vs. Thiago Monteiro
  • Match 27: Christopher O'Connell vs. Hamad Medjedovic
  • Match 28: Jiri Vesely vs. Sebastian Korda (22)
  • Match 29: Ben Shelton (32) vs. Taro Daniel
  • Match 30: Maxime Cressy vs. Laso Djere
  • Match 31: Ryan Peniston vs. Andy Murray
  • Match 32: Dominic Thiem vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas (5)

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  • Match 33: Jannik Sinner (8) vs. Juan Manuel Cerundolo
  • Match 34: Miomir Kecmanovic vs. Diego Schwartzman
  • Match 35: Aleksandar Vukic vs. Daniel Altmaier
  • Match 36: Quentin Halys vs. Dan Evans (27)
  • Match 37: Yoshihito Nishioka vs. Daniel Elahi Galan
  • Match 38: Dominik Koepfer vs. Oscar Otte
  • Match 39: Mikael Ymer vs. Alex Molcan
  • Match 40: Yannick Hanfmann vs. Taylor Fritz (9)
  • Match 41: Borna Coric (13) vs. Guido Pella
  • Match 42: Benjamin Bonzi vs. Harold Mayot
  • Match 43: Corentin Moutet vs. Richard Gasquet
  • Match 44: Roman Safiullin vs. Roberto Bautista Agut (20)
  • Match 45: Denis Shapovalov (26) vs. Radu Albot
  • Match 46: Lloyd Harris vs. Gregoire Barrere
  • Match 47: Liam Broady vs. Constant Lestienne
  • Match 48: Laurent Lokoli vs. Casper Ruud (4)

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  • Match 49: Andrey Rublev (7) vs. Max Purcell    
  • Match 50: Luca Van Assche vs. Aslan Karatsev    
  • Match 51: Sebastian Baez vs. Tomas Barrios Vera    
  • Match 52: David Goffin vs. Qualifer*    
  • Match 53: Alexander Bublik vs. Mackenzie McDonald    
  • Match 54: JJ Wolf vs. Enzo Couacaud    
  • Match 55: Maximilian Marterer vs. Borna Gojo    
  • Match 56: Filip Krajinovic vs. Felix Auger-Aliassime (11)    
  • Match 57: Lorenzo Musetti (14) vs. Juan Pablo Varillas
  • Match 58: John Isner vs. Jaume Munar
  • Match 59: Jan Choinski vs. Dusan Lajovic
  • Match 60: Albert Ramos Vinolas vs. Hubert Hurkacz (17)
  • Match 61: Tomas Martin Etcheverry (29) vs. Bernabe Zapata Miralles
  • Match 62: Emil Ruusuvuori vs. Stanislas Wawrinka
  • Match 63: Jordan Thomas vs. Brandon Nakashima
  • Match 64: Pedro Cachin vs. Novak Djokovic (2)