The BBC will have live coverage from Eastbourne and Wimbledon this summer.
In mid-June, BBC Sport also brings you an exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary on the life of Andy Murray - witness what it takes on and off the court to compete as a global sports star.
Times stated below are subject to change, and full details will appear here in due course.
Aegon International (18-22 June)
- Daily live coverage from Eastbourne on BBC television, radio, online, mobile, the BBC Sport app and Connected TV
John Inverdale presents live coverage from the south coast of England as the main women's warm-up event for Wimbledon gets under way.
In last year's final, Austria's Tamira Paszek beat Germany's Angelique Kerber in three sets. This time around talented young British hopefuls Heather Watson and Laura Robson will both hope to advance further as they bid to continue the impressive progress they have made in the SW19 spotlight in recent years.
- Live on BBC Two HD & online, 13:00-17:15 from 18-21 June
live on BBC1, 12:45-15:00 on 22 June
Venus and Serena (23 June)
- Live on BBC Two, 19:00-20:00
Sisters Venus and Serena Williams are two of the most successful tennis players of all time. They've provoked strong reactions - from awe and admiration to suspicion and resentment. They've been winning championships for over a decade, pushing the limits of longevity in such a demanding sport. How long can they last?
Following their extraordinary story - from young black girls from the ghetto training with their father to international stardom - this film features unprecedented access into their lives during the most intimidating year of their careers. Over the course of 2011, Venus grappled with an energy-sapping autoimmune disease while Serena battled back from a life-threatening pulmonary embolism.
Now, as they prepare for this year's Wimbledon, this is a unique insight into two sisters who do not let their adversities hold them back, drawing their strength from each other.
Andy Murray: The Man Behind the Racquet (23 June)
- Live on BBC One, 22:25-23:15
Andy Murray, US Open and Olympic champion, allows the BBC into his inner sanctum to witness what it takes on and off the court to compete as a global sports star.
With contributions from girlfriend Kim Sears, mum Judy, brother Jamie, coach Ivan Lendl, rivals Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, tennis greats Andre Agassi and John McEnroe, and famous fans such as Sir Alex Ferguson, Anna Wintour and James Corden.
This is Andy Murray as you've never seen him before - from an open-top bus in home town Dunblane to pilates in Miami, from ice baths in Monte Carlo to injury rehabilitation in Surrey with Kim and his dogs. With fashion shoots, charity and media work along the way, we get a glimpse into the life of a private man, a shy Scot who won a nation's heart with his raw emotion at Wimbledon, and then their admiration by winning the US Open to become Britain's first male Grand Slam champion in 76 years.
Wimbledon (24 June to 7 July)
- Daily live coverage from the Championships on BBC television, radio, online, mobile, the BBC Sport app and Connected TV
Sue Barker and John Inverdale introduce live coverage from the opening day of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
Defending champion Roger Federer is targeting a record-breaking eighth Wimbledon win this year, while the USA's Serena Williams is looking to claim the women's singles title for the sixth time.
BBC Sport also brings you a look back at last year's tournament, screening on the eve of Wimbledon 2013.
- Wimbledon: Review of 2012 on BBC Two, 12:30-13:30, Sunday 23 June