Tennis’ third and arguably most prestigious Grand Slam tournament of the year is down to the round of 16 in England. The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships culminate on Sunday, July 14.
On the men’s side, most of the big names are still alive. Roger Federer returns to the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in search of his ninth Wimbledon championship. Federer is seeded second in this year’s tournament behind the world’s current world No. 1 and defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic. Fresh off his 12th French Open title, Rafael Nadal will attempt to adjust his game to the All England Club’s grass court to capture his third Wimbledon crown.
On the women’s side, Ashleigh Barty is the top seed after winning the French Open last month and taking over the No. 1 rank in the world. The current holder of the “Best Player Never to Have Won A Slam” label Karolína Plíšková is No. 3, while the GOAT Serena Williams is still alive at No. 11. Meanwhile, 15-year-old Coco Gauff continues her historic run after knocking off Venus Williams and Polona Hercog.
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Wimbledon runs from Monday, July 1 to Sunday, July 14.
The Ladies’ Singles Final is scheduled for 8 a.m. ET on Saturday, July 13, and the Gentlemen’s Singles Final is scheduled for 9 a.m. ET on Sunday, July 14.
The is broadcast on ESPN and ESPN2. Coverage starts at 6 a.m. ET and ends around 4 p.m. ET most days.
You can livestream the tournament on WatchESPN.com and the WatchESPN app, but you will need to prove you have a pay TV subscription.
If you don’t have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can stream matches on ESPN+, which is ESPN’s $5-a-month streaming service, or use a.
Things to know about live TV streaming services:
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Sling TV’s $25 Sling Orange package includes ESPN and ESPN2. (The plan is currently discounted to $15 a month for the first month.)
Hulu with Live TV costs $45 a month and includes ESPN and ESPN2.
PlayStation Vue’s cheapest $50-a-month Access plan includes ESPN and ESPN2.
YouTube TV costs $50 a month and includes ESPN and ESPN2.
DirecTV Now’s basic $50-a-month Plus package includes ESPN and ESPN2.
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