Wimbledon tennis screens

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis 2022


Missed out on tickets to The Wimbledon Tennis Championships? Here’s how you can still soak up the buzzing atmosphere.

Game, set, match. Wimbledon is finally back! Screens will be popping up around south west London, so you can keep track of the score, soak up the atmosphere and get into the spirit of the championships.

Every summer, tennis fever grips the nation with Wimbledon Tennis bursting to life with Pimms-drinking picnickers descending on the London borough, and Murray Mound inundated with enthusiastic tennis fans. For those who don’t have tickets to the tennis, here are some of our favourite outdoor screenings where you can catch all the action in and around Wimbledon.

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis 2022:

1Murray Mound (Henman Hill)

If you have secured a grounds ticket for this year’s Championships, head to Henman Hill located at the All-England Tennis Club. find a spot on the grass and get ready to clap and cheer amongst fellow fans. This is unrivalled for atmosphere, as its large screen and tantalising closeness to Centre Court make it almost as good as a court-side ticket.

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2Eccleston Yards, Belgravia

With plenty happening in and around the courtyard, the pop-up screens in Eccleston Yards are a great option for visitors to watch the tennis. Kick back and recline on one of the deck chairs whilst enjoying food, drinks and treats from the surrounding al-fresco dining restaurants. Book a table at Morena, which has al fresco seating nearest the screen, or grab a cocktail from a new pop-up bar sponsored by Amie Wine. Eccleston Yards is just a short walk from Victoria station, and the tennis will be shown daily between 27th June and 10th July.

21 Eccleston Place, London, SW1W 9NF

3Brown Hart Gardens, Mayfair

The pop-up screens will return to picturesque suntrap Brown Hart Gardens again this year, giving busy commuters a chance to soak up some of the Wimbledon tennis buzz. Watch the game, relax in the sun and sip a spritz on one of Stripes’ colourful deckchairs – away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Oxford Street.  

4 Rose & Crown, Wimbledon Village

Where better to soak up the Wimbledon tennis atmosphere than Wimbledon Village itself? Enjoy summery cocktails while watching from one of the outdoor TV screens in the ‘Tennis Club’ pop-up in the Rose and Crown pub’s sun-trap terraced garden. The pub garden is being transformed for the tennis, with a Sipsmith marquee, outdoor screens, live music, plenty of Pimm’s, Burger Shack burgers and more blush rosé than you can shake a racquet at. 

The Rose & Crown, 55 High Street, Wimbledon, SW19 5BA 

5 The Piazza, Wimbledon

Love Wimbledon’s pop-up screens and deckchairs are back again this year, offering a spot to relax with a drink or just catch up on the score. Conveniently in the center of Wimbledon, The Piazza is just a stone’s throw from the main station, and is surrounded by Wimbledon’s shops and restaurants.

The Piazza, Wimbledon, London SW19 1QB

6 Dog & Fox, Wimbledon Village

With a gorgeous outdoor terrace, six TV screens as well as a huge projector, you won’t miss a swing at the ever-popular Dog and Fox in Wimbledon Village. The bar is open until late, and there will also be live music every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during the Championships. 

24 High St, London SW19 5EA  

7 The Refinery Bankside, Southwark 

A stone’s throw from Southwark and Waterloo stations, The Refinery Bankside offers one of the largest outdoor screens in the whole of London, plus plenty of deck chairs and a fully stocked bar.

110 Southwark St, SE1 0TF

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis

8 The Alexandra, Wimbledon

An old favourite of tennis aficionados as well as Wimbledonians in general, The Alexandra is within easy reach of the tennis club. It is broadcasting all the matches throughout and on the al fresco terrace with great tipples and tasty food galore.

33 Wimbledon Hill, SW19 7NE

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis

9 The Hand in Hand, Wimbledon

Soak up the summer in the pop-up Tree Bar serving all the best drinks and tipples or head inside to catch every serve and ace on one of its six TVs. Plus, if the heat of emotions gets too hot, go for a short walk at a nearby Common to cool down.

6-9 Crooked Billet, SW19 4RQ

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis

10 Bingham Riverhouse, Richmond

Its Wimbledon Lounge will have enormous screens and guests can also spill out into the gorgeous riverside garden with a glass Pimm’s. A Club Menu features small bites such as haddock arancini and fried buttermilk chicken. Wimbledon with be screened from 27 – 30 June and 1, 3, 4 – 7 and 10 July. The Club Menu will be available from 11am to 9pm.

11 Fire Stables, Wimbledon

Immerse yourself in the Wimbledon bustle at the Fire Stables, which is just across the corner from the All-England Lawn Tennis Club. Early birds heading to the Court may grab a breakfast to go, and throughout the day, a Sipsmith mobile bar will be providing takeaway beverages.

27-29 Church Road, SW19 5DQ

12 The Crooked Billet

A variety of themed cocktail serves to go with every serve and picnic hampers – The Crooked Billet lets you watch every ace on one of its four screens, as well as relax in its lovely garden with a ‘match-pint’.

14-15 Crooked Billet, SW19 4RQ

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13 Browse themed windows in Wimbledon Village

Each year shops along the High Street in Wimbledon Village gather flowers, balls, and paint to decorate their windows with Wimbledon-themed designs. Amble along the high street and you’re sure to spot some fun and outrageous designs.

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Vallebona window for Wimbledon tennis

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