Things are heating up in SW19 as we head towards the finals weekend and the crowning of the 2019 Men’s and Women’s champions.
All of the action from Centre Court is available to BT TV customers in 4K on the BBC iPlayer, meaning you can get a better view than ever before, from the comfort of your own sofa.
Wimbledon 2019 has been a spectacular and unforgettable tournament with the breath-taking run of 15-year-old Coco Gauff, fan-favourite doubles team of Andy Murray and Venus Williams and the evergreen magnificence of former champions Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic & Rafael Nadal.
The finals weekend promises to be two days of the highest quality tennis with legends, new stars and hopefully some British sunshine.
Make sure you don't miss a single serve with our quick guide to watching the finals in 4K on BT TV.
Getting 4K set up with BT TV
Step 1. The right TV
First things first, you’ll need a 4K TV. 4K TVs have displays with a higher pixel density for richer colours and clearer, crisper, more detailed images.
Step 2. The right box
You’ll also need a 4K-ready box. Our powerful 4K TV box comes included with the Max 4K TV package, and has 300 hours of storage space too.
Step 3. The right connection
With our Max 4K package, there are plenty of options for 4K viewing. You’ll need a fast enough broadband connection to watch it all, so we’ll let you know what you can get at your address when you order.
How to watch Wimbledon in 4K on BT TV
Once you’ve got your TV and box set up, it couldn’t be easier to start watching every smash, lob and rally.
Just press the blue button on your BT TV remote, head to the Players and Apps area and then choose BBC iPlayer.
If it’s not working, you can do a manual software update on your box. Head to ‘Settings’ and then ‘Software Information’. That should get you fixed.
When are the Finals? What time do they start?
The Women’s Final takes place on Saturday, July 13th.
BBC Red Button coverage runs from 11am to 8.30pm on Saturday. BBC One will show the best Wimbledon action from 1pm to 6.30pm.
Other events to enjoy on Saturday include:
• Gentlemen’s Doubles Final
• Ladies’ Doubles Final
• Girls’ Singles Final
• Boys’ and Girls’ Doubles
• Ladies’ Wheelchair Singles Final
• Gentlemen’s Wheelchair Doubles Final
• Invitation Doubles
The Men’s Final takes place on Sunday, July 14th.
BBC Red Button coverage runs from 1.50pm to 5.30pm. BBC One coverage runs from 1pm to 6.30pm.
Aside from the Men’s Final, highlights include:
• Mixed Doubles Final
• Boys’ Singles Final
• Boys’ and Girls’ Doubles Finals
• Gentlemen’s Wheelchair Singles Final
• Ladies’ Wheelchair Doubles Finals
• Invitation Doubles Finals
Who are the BBC presenters?
Sue Barker leads duties across BBC One and BBC Two throughout The Championships.
Sue will be joined by a host of former Wimbledon champions including John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Boris Becker, Billie Jean King and Pat Cash, who head up a top-class line-up that also includes Tracy Austin, Kim Clijsters and Tim Henman.
Today At Wimbledon sees Clare Balding in the presenter seat for the highlights show, which comes live from the open air studio by Henman Hill daily on BBC Two. Clare will guide viewers through the best of the day’s action and discuss the major talking points with a host of special guests.
Commentary comes from Vijay Amritraj, Chris Bradnam, James Burridge, Andrew Castle, Matt Chilton, Andrew Cotter, Annabel Croft, Nick Lester, Todd Woodbridge, Jo Durie, Peter Fleming, Paul Hand, John Inverdale, John Lloyd, Dan Lobb, Ronald McIntosh, David Mercer, Nick Mullins, Peter Odgers, Mark Petchey, Louise Pleming, Simon Reed, Chanda Rubin, Gigi Salmon, Sam Smith, Liz Smylie and Mel South.
Who won Wimbledon in 2018?
Novak Djokovic took home the Men’s Singles title, while Angelique Kerber triumphed in the Women’s Singles.