Day 14: Lucky number seven for Djokovic, and it's officially a bromance!
And just like that, we have our Men’s Singles Wimbledon champion! Novak Djokovic battled back from a set down to beat Nick Kyrgios and secure his fourth consecutive Wimbledon title - his seventh overall! Jonathan Overend was roaming the grounds to bring you closer to every key moment, and we hear the thoughts of former world number one, Tracey Austin, right after the match. Although Alfie Hewett’s 2022 Wimbledon story didn’t quite have the fairytale ending he’d been hoping for, Naomi Cavaday and Katie O’Brien reflect on the progress the British player has made and a great championships for wheelchair tennis at large. BBC broadcaster Clare Balding also joins Overs to pay tribute to a Wimbledon icon and one of the BBC Sport family, and after deliberating all the action in the men’s final, Overs finds himself locked in a battle with commentator David Law for tennis correspondent Russell Fuller’s birthday muffin - what a way to end the championships for another year!
0’55 - Novak Djokovic becomes Wimbledon champion
2’48 - Post-match interviews from both men’s finalists
6’00 - Reaction with Tracey Austin
9’49 - Reaction to Alfie Hewett’s loss in the men’s wheelchair singles final
18’01 - Clare Balding’s tribute to Sue Barker
20’45 - Goodbye from Wimbledon!
Day 1: Murray & Raducanu raise the roof
Join Jonathan Overend as he reflects on all the best bits from the opening day of Wimbledon 2022! The rain couldn’t stop the best of the Brits delighting home crowds at SW19, and Jonathan is joined by former British tennis players Laura Robson and Annabel Croft to review wins for US Open champion Emma Raducanu, No. 1 British male Cameron Norrie and two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray. As well as the tennis, Jonathan takes in the sounds and smells on a sunset walk around the grounds with former top 10 Doubles player, Jeff Tarango, and they look ahead to the big names making their Wimbledon start tomorrow as well who could cause an upset.
2:24 - Reaction to Emma Raducanu’s match
9:00 - Review of Andy Murray’s win
14:15 - Looking ahead to day two
After plenty of British success at the Olympics - the future of the Modern Pentathlon is in question. Elly Oldroyd takes Aimee Fuller and Mark Hunter, both Olympic medallists themselves, to try out the disciplines. They find out how a sport under pressure is having to change to keep its place in The Games and how the proposed removal of horse riding would mean defending champion Joe Choong is done with the sport after Paris 2024.
Golf's power struggle
Katherine Downes and BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter are joined by The Telegraph’s James Corrigan to discuss the latest on Greg Norman’s new controversial Saudi-backed golf series.
We get the thoughts of Rory McIlroy and you’ll hear from Tiger Woods on the subject, ahead of this weekend’s US PGA Championship at the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The panel also discuss the notable absence of defending champion Phil Mickelson ahead of the US PGA and whether his comments in recent months will impact his legacy in the sport.
We also have an extended one-on-one interview with Greg Norman on why he’s ‘putting his reputation on the line’ for the Saudi-backed series.
2’20” – What is the LIV golf series and why is the status quo in golf under threat?
4’55” – Rory McIlroy’s reaction to the Liv golf series
9’30” – Is a “super league” an inevitability?
11’10” – Phil Mickelson’s absence at the US PGA Championship
12’33” – Tiger Woods on Mickelson
16’40” – Greg Norman interview on the LIV Golf invitational series
24’41” – Analysis on the breakaway series
A brand new golf podcast series, All About: The Open, is coming your way on this feed, only on BBC Sounds.
BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter and commentator Katherine Downes will re-visit memorable moments and share stories from Open Championships in recent years, through exclusive new interviews with some of the biggest names in golf.
Episode one features the 2014 Open champion Rory McIlroy, who reflects on his victory at Royal Liverpool and why he thinks he hasn’t won a major since winning the PGA Championship that same summer.
It’s all to get you in the mood ahead of the 150th Open at St Andrews – full coverage on 5 Live from 14th July 2022.
Make sure you subscribe to this feed on BBC Sounds to get a brand new episode every Thursday, from 12th May 2022.