BBC confirm Wimbledon broadcast team with John McEnroe leading host of star-studded pundits

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THE BBC have confirmed their line-up of presenters, pundits and commentators for Wimbledon.

Fans are in for a treat with a host of former champions and tennis legends on screens.

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John McEnroe and Tim Henman will be on screens[/caption]
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Nick Kyrgios has been snapped up by the BBC[/caption]

Coverage will be presented by Clare Blading and Isa Guha, with Qasa Alom host of the Today at Wimbledon highlights show.

Grand Slam winners John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Billie Jean King, Pat Cash and Tracy Austin will be among those in the studio and courtside to provide their expert analysis.

They will be joined by British icons Tim Henman, Johanna Konta, Annabel Croft and Andrew Castle.

The BBC have also snapped up Ashleigh Barty and Nick Kyrgios.

Barty, 28, won Wimbledon three years ago before hanging up her racket in 2022.

Kyrgios, who was a pundit for Eurosport at the Australian Open earlier this year, also joins the Beeb.

The 29-year-old hothead was a runner-up at SW19 two years ago and is currently out injured.

On the radio, Gigi Salmon and Clare McDonnell will present during the fortnight.


They will be joined by the likes of former players Marion Bartoli, Kim Clijsters, Laura Robson, Naomi Broady, Mark Woodforde, Jeff Tarango, Leon Smith, Coco Vandeweghe, and Chanda Rubin. 

Much-loved BBC Radio 5 Live show 6-Love-6 with McEnroe and Henman will also return.

Wimbledon legend Boris Becker will not be on screens this year.

Action from the All England Club runs from July 1 to July 14.

Carlos Alcaraz will be eyeing a back-to-back title with Novak Djokovic out injured.

And on the women’s side of the draw, Marketa Vondrousova is the champion.

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