Leading the line-up of match commentators will be Andrew Castle, John Inverdale, Andrew Cotter, Chris Bradnam, Simon Reed, Mark Petchey, Jonathan Overend, Nick Mullins, David Mercer, Matt Chilton and Barry Davies.
Additional commentators include Jamie Baker, Jo Durie, James Burridge, Paul Hand, Guy McCrea, Ronald McIntosh, Alison Mitchell, Sam Smith, Louise Pleming, Elizabeth Smylie, Charlie Brougham and Dan Lobb.
In the build-up to The Championships, BBC One will air a special documentary – Just Call Me Martina – on Monday, July 4, in which Sue Barker gives exclusive insight into one of the world’s most famous and successful tennis legends, Martina Navratilova.
With 344 singles and doubles titles under her belt, Martina’s professional career spanned more than 30 years, and she is the only player in history to win Grand Slam titles in four different decades.
As well as documenting her amazing achievements on the court, the programme will give unprecedented access into Martina’s personal life, including her New York wedding to long-term partner Julia Lemigova
Martina also invited Sue to her home town, Revnice, Czech Republic, and the documentary follows her fight for women’s equality and gay rights, as well as exploring why she encourages women to test for breast cancer.
Commenting on the corporation’s Wimbledon 2016 output, Barbara Slater, Director of BBC Sport, says: “Wimbledon is one of the most exciting tournaments of the sporting calendar.
“We’re delighted to welcome two more Grand Slam winners, Lleyton Hewitt and Jim Courier, to our unrivalled line-up of experts, plus Annabel Croft who will add her considerable experience to our reporting and commentary teams.
“The BBC’s 2016 offering will yet again be extensive across all of our platforms, bringing our audiences the exceptional comprehensive coverage that only the BBC can deliver.”
In addition to its comprehensive Wimbledon coverage, the BBC will also be covering the two premier grass court warm-up events to The Championships – the AEGON Championships at Queen’s Club (June 13-19) and the AEGON International at Eastbourne (June 21-25).