When is the Wimbledon men’s final 2022? Time and TV channel

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Rafael Nadal has pulled out of his Wimbledon 2022 semi-final against Nick Kyrgios through injury and Cameron Norrie meets Novak Djokovic for a spot in Sunday’s final

We are approaching the business phase of Wimbledon 2022.

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Considered by many to be one of the sport’s most prestigious awards, it is also the oldest of the four major Grand Slam competitions, having been established in 1877.

Nick Kyrgios will be aiming for his first-ever Grand Slam title. (Getty Images)

When is the 2022 Wimbledon men’s final?

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The men’s singles final will take place on Sunday 10th July.

When does the 2022 Wimbledon men’s final start?

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The final is scheduled to start at 2pm (UK time).

How to watch the 2022 men’s Wimbledon final

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Both men’s and women’s finals will be broadcast live on BBC One. Coverage of the finals begins at 11 a.m.

Wimbledon was broadcast on multiple BBC platforms throughout the duration of the tournament.

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Viewers can also watch the final on smart TVs, the BBC Sport website, BBC iPlayer and via the app.

Here’s how to listen to the 2022 Wimbledon men’s final

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BBC Radio 5 Live will have live commentary for the final from 12pm.

Here’s how to watch the highlights of the 2022 men’s Wimbledon final

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Today at Wimbledon will provide match analysis and highlights on BBC Two from 10.30pm to 11.30pm. Sue Barker will cover the event and has also revealed that this will be her last Wimbledon tournament in 30 years.

Novak Djokovic of Serbia is currently the defending champion. (Getty Images)

Players left in men’s draw at Wimbledon 2022

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In the men’s semi-finals, we were down to just three players because veteran Rafael Nadal had to pull out of the game against Nick Kyrgios due to injury.

Nadal, the record 22-time Grand Slam singles champion, confirmed he was struggling with abdominal problems. It is the first time since 1931 that a man has withdrawn from the oldest Grand Slam tournament before a semifinal or final. This gives Australian Nick Kyrgios a great chance to win his first Grand Slam.

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Elsewhere in today’s semifinals, British hopes rest on Cameron Norrie aiming to cause a major upset against reigning champion Novak Djokovic. The game is scheduled to start at 1.30pm (UK time).

Cameron Norrie hopes for an upset against reigning champion Novak Djokovic. (Getty Images)

Who is the favorite to win the 2022 men’s Wimbledon final?

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When it comes to Wimbledon, there are very few players better than reigning champion Novak Djokovic.

The Serb was a six-time Wimbledon champion and is looking to reach his fourth final in four years.

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Only Roger Federer with 8 titles and Pete Sampras with seven titles have won the Wimbledon title more times.

He is the clear favorite to win back-to-back Wimbledon titles and his odds at Bet365 are currently 2/9.

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The second favorite for the competition is Nick Kyrgios at 3/1.

Britain’s Cameron Norrie is a huge underdog at 25/1 as he prepares for the first-ever Grand Slam semi-final at the All England Club.

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