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Wimbledon Live Streaming

Founded: 1877
Location: London, England
Venue: The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
Surface: Grass
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Watch Wimbledon Tennis Live

The Championships, Wimbledon is the time of the year when the sport of tennis becomes the biggest thing in England as the world’s best tennis stars battle it out on the hallowed grass courts of Wimbledon to see who will be the next Wimbledon Champions, which is still the most prestigious title in the sport and the one that all players want to add to their CV.

Despite the coverage given to Wimbledon on TV in the UK and the popularity of the event, it can still be difficult to watch matches live from tournament, especially if the match you want to watch is on one of the outside courts or takes place at the same time as a big match on one of the show courts.

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Step 2: Click on “Live Streaming”, found at the top of the page, in the darker green area.

Step 3: Select the Sport from the “Show All Events” drop down

Step 4: Click on the text stating the fixture (on the left hand side) and the game will appear on the screen, enjoy!
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No matter if you call it The Championships, The Wimbledon Championships or like most people, simply Wimbledon, the grass court tennis tournament held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is the oldest tennis tournament in the world.

Wimbledon is one of the 4 Grand Slam (Majors) tennis tournaments held each season and is the only one held on Grass courts making it the most prestigious grass court tournament in the world.

First held at the current venue in 1877, Wimbledon has the longest history of any current tournament and thanks to its lack of heavy advertising and strict rules on players clothing, the tournament stands out when compared to any other, which makes it the most popular for many fans and players alike.

Despite the tournaments getting many hours of TV time, it can still be difficult to find players that aren’t ranked in the top 10, so if you favourite is playing on an outer court, never miss any of the action by watching Wimbledon live online.

our live streaming partners feature each and every match live from Wimbledon and you can pick and choose which match you like to watch via their live streaming console.

Over the past decade or so the complex at Wimbledon has completely changed with a state of the art roof added to centre court, a brand-new court no.2 added to create new stadium standard show court and recently new court no.3 and court no.4 have been added with greater facilities and capacity for fans.

The large grassy hill in the complex has also become an spectator viewing area with a large screen showing the main game from the show courts to the thousands of fans watching live. Towards the end of the day and at the end of the tournament when matches on the outside courts feature less, the hill becomes the place to be and is a place for fans to enjoy the action together. This unofficial fan park has been given many names over the years such as ‘Rusedski Ridge’, ‘Henman Hill’ and ‘Murray Mound’ but officially the name is the Aorangi Terrace.

Whilst sunscreen, strawberries and cream and floppy hats are all associated with the summer tournament, rain is also never too far away. The good news for fans is that even when the heaven’s open, there is still live action from Wimbledon thanks to the roofed centre court, so there is always some action live online via our live streaming partners. It also allows matches to go latter into the night as the roof can be closed and the lights turned on.

With matches now able to be played from 11am to 11pm, make sure you miss none of the action by registering with our live streaming partners.

The Wimbledon Grand Slam is a fantastic mixture of history and modernism. The branding is kept to a minimum, the players still have to wear a majority white outfit with logos and sponsors again kept to a minimum and there is none of the shouting, loud adverts and flashing lights of other majors. The sponsorships that do appear, such as Slazenger’s for the tennis balls and Robinsons for drinks are long standing partnerships which also add to the history of the event.

This all adds to the Wimbledon experience which, along with the fact it is the only Grass Court Grand Slam, makes the tournament unique on both the ATP and WTA Tours and helps explain why the tournament tis the favourite of many players and most fans alike.

The great news for fans is that as well as the special atmosphere and ambience on show at Wimbledon, the action on court tends to be amongst the best as well. The speed of the Grass Courts and the unique way you need to play the surface makes the top players step up their play and it also creates opportunities for Grass Court specialists and for those who may struggle on other surfaces.

That creates an unpredictable tournament, on both sides of the draw and as with anything unpredictability leads to excitement. If you think back over the best tennis matches of the last couple of decades the majority of those will come from Wimbledon with the finals between Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer taking the sport to a whole new level.

How To Watch

To watch all of the action from the Wimbledon, including the main feature courts and the outside courts, all you need to do is sign up to our live streaming partners and visit there excellent live streaming sections where you can watch 100’s of tennis matches each year and all of the action from the Wimbledon.

Is It Legal and Safe?

There are many websites out there which simply stream footage from TV station and/or subscription services. These are illegal and often can be dangerous for your computer and security as they install Trojans, worms, viruses and other nasty’s on your computer, phone or tablet.

Don’t worry though; all of the feeds we feature are 100% safe and 100% legal.

Our live streaming partners have the rights to show all of the action from the Wimbledon in the hope that if you watch the action you place a bet and whilst that does add some excitement to the action, it is not a requirement.

You do need to make a deposit with all of the online bookmakers we feature here on SportsStream, but as mentioned there is no need to bet. This is to help verify your account and all of the live streaming partners we feature are 100% safe to use.

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