Wimbledon 2018 will be screened by the BBC, for the first time in Ultra HD. BBC1 and BBC2 will broadcast each day with commentators including Andrew Castle and John Inverdale. There will also be insight from tennis legends including John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Boris Becker, Billie Jean King, Tracy Austin, Pat Cash, Kim Clijsters and Tim Henman.
Online, all Centre Court matches will be available in Ultra HD on BBC iPlayer, with up to 16 live HD streams also available on BBC Sport online, BBC iPlayer and via the Red Button.
New technical innovation: The cameras that capture all the action will be taken in-house, as of 2018, with the All England Club, rather than the BBC, choosing the footage to be shown on our TV screens for the first time.
Eurosport UK will airing daily from 10-11:30 pm (GMT), with the broadcaster owning exclusive rights to countries like Belgium, Russia, the Netherlands and Sweden. Amazon Prime subscribers can watch the channel via Amazon Channels.
Wimbledon fans can tune into YouTube where they will find a live stream throughout the fortnight on the Wimbledon YouTube channel, featuring interviews, live snippets of play, match analysis and behind-the-scenes action.
Where to watch Wimbledon in Germany?
Sky Germany will cover Wimbledon tennis tournament live on TV. The first match of Wimbledon defending champion Roger Federer on Monday will be live on German Free-TV station Sky Sport News HD.
With Sky Go, tennis fans won’t miss a single rally and have access to all live broadcasts via the web, iPad or iPhone, of course all in HD.
And finally, with Sky Sport News HD viewers will be up to date with the latest news, tennis highlights and most interesting social media posts from a day before.
There is also free video content from the Grand Slam tournament. On the official YouTube channel tennis fans can already find warm-up videos and later highlights after chosen games. Here you’ll find the offical Wimbledon Youtube channel.
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