Wimbledon 2019: Scores, schedule, brackets, news, how to watch, analysis

Halep's upset over Serena tops Day 12 of Wimbledon (1:29)

Simona Halep's dominant performance over Serena Williams tops Day 12's highlights from Wimbledon. (1:29)

Wimbledon 2019 is down to the final matches, and we've got you covered with everything you need to know, from the latest news on Serena Williams, Coco Gauff, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and more to daily results and analysis from the All England Club in London. Get scores, schedules and brackets, as well info on how to watch all the action and the latest analysis from our team of tennis experts. Live daily coverage is available on ESPN, ESPN3 and ESPN+.

Coverage and schedule

How to watch

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Want to binge-watch great Wimbledon matches from years past? Watch Classic Wimbledon on ESPN+.

Listings in global territories:

  • Australia: Fox Sports, Seven

  • Canada: CTV/TSN

  • Caribbean: ESPN

  • China: Tencent, CCTV, Fox Asia

  • Europe: EuroSport

  • India: Star Sports

  • Latin America: ESPN

  • North Africa/Middle East: BeIN Sports

  • United Kingdom: BBC

  • United States: ESPN, ESPN+, ESPN3 and Tennis Channel

  • Southeast Asia: Fox Asia

  • South Korea: Fox Asia

  • Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport, Canal+

The championship matches


Coco was raised to be limitless

Tom Rinaldi sits down with Coco Gauff and her parents to talk about raising her to be limitless and the difference in her maturity on and off the court.

Here are the top stories for the women's and men's finals at Wimbledon:

  • D'Arcy Maine: With all eyes on Serena Williams, Simona Halep keeps her composure to win Wimbledon. Read

  • Peter Bodo: How Simona Halep dominated Serena Williams to win Wimbledon. Read

  • Maine: Serena fell short in final, but her Wimbledon was full of memorable moments. Read

  • Jerry Bembry: How many chances does Serena Williams have left to break the record? Read

  • Bodo: One rival down, one to go for ageless Roger Federer to win Wimbledon title. Read

  • Tom Hamilton: Underappreciated Novak Djokovic shows why Wimbledon title path runs through him. Read

  • Bodo: How did Novak Djokovic become so dominant at Wimbledon? Read

The best of Week 2

Here are the top stories from the second week at Wimbledon:

  • D'Arcy Maine: Rafael Nadal laments another missed opportunity to win Wimbledon. Read

  • ESPN: Federer vs. Nadal: How the sports world reacted to another Wimbledon thriller. Read

  • Simon Cambers: Generations of Australian players connect at Wimbledon barbecue. Read

  • John and Patrick McEnroe: Roger Federer vs. Rafael Nadal, through the eyes of the McEnroe brothers. Read

  • Cambers: What youth movement? The Big Three still dominate at Wimbledon. Read

  • Peter Bodo: Roger Federer continues to take care of business at Wimbledon. Read

  • Maine: Where will we see Coco Gauff next? It's complicated. Read

  • Maine: Coco Gauff's Wimbledon run is over, but her future remains bright. Read

  • Cambers: How Wimbledon turned a dress rehearsal into a Centre Court tradition. Read

What you missed in Week 1

Here were the top stories from the first week at Wimbledon:

  • D'Arcy Maine: Serena Williams, Andy Murray turn mixed doubles debut into a Wimbledon event Read

  • Maine: Coco Gauff soaking in her Cinderella run at Wimbledon. Read

  • ESPN: The key stretch that brought Coco Gauff back from the brink at Wimbledon. Read

  • Peter Bodo: Rafael Nadal gets just what he needed from Nick Kyrgios in Wimbledon win. Read

  • Simon Cambers: Breaking down the drama of the Nadal-Kyrgios second-round match. Read

  • Maine: Tearful Naomi Osaka struggling to find answers, on and off court. Read

  • Cambers: As Next Gen stars Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev falter, Big Three supremacy continues at Wimbledon. Read

Wimbledon preview

Here are the stories you need to know headed into this year's Wimbledon:

  • ESPN: Wimbledon expert picks: Predicting men's and women's winners. Read

  • Madison Keys: Madison Keys, in her own words: 'There is nothing like Wimbledon'. Read

  • D'Arcy Maine: Can Serena's brush with Women's World Cup kick her 2019 into life? Read

  • Cambers: 'Enjoy the good moments': Why a different Andy Murray returns to Wimbledon. Read

  • Bodo: Goodbye, Wimbledon marathon matches. Hello ... something better? Read