Alcaraz vs Djokovic: What time is the Wimbledon final? TV Channel and where to watch it online
In what will be one of the most anticipated Wimbledon finals in recent years, Novak Djokovic will take on the Spaniard, Carlos Alcaraz on center-court.
Djokovic is looking for another title at the All-England Club, one that would see him break Roger Federer‘s record of eight Wimbledon championships.
The Serbian is currently on eight himself after his 2022 triumph, but he faces a stern test against the recognized world number one.
What time is the Wimbledon Final?
The Wimbledon showpiece will begin on center-court at around 2:00pm local time in Britain, which equates to 3:00pm in Spain.
Formalities such as the pre-match entrances and introductions will take place at around 1:50pm local time and 2:50pm in Spain.
Viewers in the United States, buoyed by the performance of Christopher Eubanks at Wimbledon 2023, can tune into the men’s final live, albeit much earlier in the day.
For areas using the Eastern Standard time, the match will start at around 9:00am, whilst the Central Standard time for the match start will be at 8:00am.
In the pacific time zone, the Wimbledon final will begin at 7:00am.
Where to watch the Wimbledon final?
For viewers in the United Kingdom, the Wimbledon final will be broadcast live from center-court on BBC1.
Movistar holds the television rights to Wimbledon in Spain and the match will be broadcast live on the Movistar+ streaming service.
United States viewers will be able to watch the matchup on ESPN and ABC, whilst the match will also be streamed live on the ESPN app.
For those in America who miss the match live, there will be repeat showings of Djokovic-Alcaraz throughout the day on both ESPN and ABC.