An historic Wimbledon final delivers an historic audience. Overnight audience data from BBM Canada confirms a record average audience of 515,000 viewers tuned in to TSN to see Roger Federer win his seventh Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Championship with a riveting victory over Scotland’s Andy Murray yesterday.

This is the most-watched Wimbledon final ever on Canadian television – up 16% compared to the previous high set during the 2008 final (445,000 viewers on Global/NBC)*.

Overall, more 2.9 million Canadians tuned in to watch some or all of the Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Championship on TSN on Sunday. Continue reading »

For the first time in network history, TSN has complete and exclusive live coverage of all rounds of the Wimbledon Championships – recognized as the oldest and one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world.

Coverage of Wimbledon begins on Monday, June 25 at 6:30 a.m. ET and includes the men’s and women’s final matches (see broadcast schedule below).

Last year, TSN extended its partnership with the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet club with an extensive multimedia rights agreement making Canada’s Sports Leader the exclusive Canadian broadcaster for Wimbledon for the next 10 years. This year’s tournament marks the first time that TSN will broadcast the final weekend featuring both the men’s and women’s championship matches. Continue reading »

Saturday, July 2 – 9am-11am ET/PT, Sunday, July 3 – 9am-1pm ET/PT on Global

The world’s top players in tennis gather at the All England Club in London to compete in the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world.