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Wimbledon 2022: Tournament news, match times, schedule and analysis

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Wimbledon, tennis' third Grand Slam in 2022, has plenty of storylines entering the tournament. Serena Williams, winner of 23 major singles titles, will play in the tourney, her first major since leaving Wimbledon last year with a hamstring injury. She enters as a wild card and will face Harmony Tan in the first round. Naomi Osaka won't be playing, withdrawing because of a lingering Achilles injury. This is her second straight season missing the grass-court Slam. On the men's side, Novak Djokovic hopes to secure his 21st major at Wimbledon, while Rafael Nadal looks to stay on track for the calendar Grand Slam.

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There will be a lot happening at the All England Club. Here's all the important information:

Key information

When: June 27- July 10

Where: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (London, England)

Defending men's champion: Novak Djokovic

Defending women's champion: Ashleigh Barty (retired)

How to watch Wimbledon

Wimbledon is available to watch on ESPN and ESPN+. Watch all of the action here.

Men's and women's brackets

Here's a look at the men's and women's brackets for Wimbledon.

Men's | Women's

The draw at Wimbledon

Get caught up with all the big matchups after Friday's draw. Read more

Serena Williams returns to the court

Serena made her return to the court at Eastbourne International in June. It was her first match since withdrawing from Wimbledon in 2021.

Williams pulled out of Eastbourne after her doubles partner got injured. Read more

Despite her withdrawal, Williams showed her trademark intensity in doubles matches in Eastbourne. Read more

Names to know heading into Wimbledon

Williams, Nadal and Iga Swiatek are a few players entering Wimbledon with storylines worth knowing. Here's a rundown of whom you should keep tabs on during the tourney. Read more

How player bans impacted Wimbledon

In April, the All England Club banned players from Russia or Belarus from competing in the Wimbledon tourney due to Russia's "unjustified" invasion of Ukraine. Here's how the ban has impacted players entering the grass-court major tournament. Read more