BBC Sport will this year provide viewers with more ways to watch Wimbledon than ever before.
Sue Barker presents the BBC's daily television coverage on BBC One, BBC One HD, BBC Two and the BBC HD Channel.
The BBC Sport website will provide up to six live match streams as well as news, interviews and video highlights.
And for the first time tennis fans can also view the action on the go via their mobile phones and tablets using the website.
The BBC Sport website is also providing live text commentaries and a column from Andy Murray after each of the British number one's matches.
The new BBC Sport app for connected TVs will also give audiences access to the BBC's interactive coverage.
The 126th Wimbledon Championships run from Monday 25 June to Sunday 8 July with coverage starting at 11:30 BST for the first seven days to accommodate the earlier start of play on outside courts.
The television team includes John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Tim Henman, Lindsay Davenport and Pat Cash with John Inverdale presenting Today at Wimbledon on BBC Two and HD from 20:00 BST each weekday.
Two full matches every day of the tournament will be offered on the BBC iPlayer plus Today at Wimbledon.
And the BBC Red Button will offer an alternative match on Freeview, up to four streams on Satellite, Cable and Freesat, plus a highlights service and replays of Today at Wimbledon.
The two-year trial experimention with 3D production means full re-runs of the men's singles semi-finals will be available in 3D, free to air, on the BBC HD Channel along with the selective live coverage of the ladies' and men's finals.
The 1996 men's singles champion Richard Krajicek joins the 5 live team for 2012 and other pundits include Pat Cash, Jana Novotna and Nick Bollettieri.