Wimbledon Live Streaming 2013: When and Where to Watch Online

Patrick Clarke@@_Pat_ClarkeCorrespondent INovember 30, 2016

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 08:  Roger Federer of Switzerland returns a shot during his Gentlemen's Singles final match against Andy Murray of Great Britain on day thirteen of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 8, 2012 in London, England.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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Unfortunately, not every tennis fan will be home this summer to watch Wimbledon from the comfort of their living room, but that doesn't mean you can't catch the biggest matches at work or on the go.

Thanks to 21st century technology, every point of the Championships from the All England Club will be broadcast online on ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app.

Below is a full breakdown of when and where to watch Wimbledon live online this summer.


Where: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London

When: Monday, June 24 through Sunday, July 7

Watch: ESPN, ESPN2

Live Stream: ESPN3


2013 Wimbledon Live Streaming Schedule 

Round Start Time (ET) Live Stream
Monday, June 24
First Round 6:30 a.m. ESPN3
Tuesday, June 25
First Round 6:30 a.m. ESPN3
Wednesday, June 26
Second Round 6:30 a.m. ESPN3
Thursday, June 27
Second Round 6:30 a.m. ESPN3
Friday, June 28
Third Round 6:30 a.m. ESPN3
Saturday, June 29
Third Round 6:30 a.m. ESPN3
Sunday, June 30
No Matches Scheduled
Monday, July 1
Round of 16 6:30 a.m. ESPN3
Tuesday, July 2
Women's Quarterfinals 7 a.m. ESPN3
Wednesday, July 3
Men's Quarterfinals 7 a.m. ESPN3
Thursday, July 4
Women's Semifinals 8 a.m. ESPN3
Friday, July 5
Men's Semifinals 8 a.m. ESPN3
Saturday, July 6
Women's Final 9 a.m. ESPN3
Sunday, July 7
Men's Final 9 a.m. ESPN3

Live Stream schedule information courtesy of ESPN.com.


Will the Big Four's Dominance Continue?

The Big Four in men's tennis (Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal) have combined to win the last 14 Grand Slam tournaments, and 32 of the past 33 dating back to the 2005 French Open.

The foursome's dominance has made for some predictable major tournaments over the years, but has provided fans with thrilling tennis nonetheless. Here's a look at some of the potential quarterfinal matchups involving the Big Four this year (via Wimbledon):

This year's Wimbledon men's draw will likely once again be dominated by the Big Four, who are all seeded in the top five.

If there are any outside contenders capable of upending the Big Four this summer they are Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Tomas Berdych. Tsonga has reached the semifinals at SW19 in each of the past two years while Berdych was a finalist at Wimbledon in 2010 after defeating Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in back-to-back rounds. 

But based on the numbers already mentioned, the odds will be stacked heavily against both Tsonga and Berdych this summer.


Is There Anyone Who Can Stop Serena Williams?

There's no Big Four in women's tennis at the moment, just a really Big One. 

Five-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams enters London in the midst of a 31-match winning streak and having won three of the past four Grand Slams. She's the oldest woman ever to capture the world No. 1 ranking, and looks poised to add to her impressive legacy this summer.

Past Wimbledon champions Maria Sharapova and Petra Kvitova both have the grass-court games to challenge Williams at this tournament, but neither has been able to win the title for a second time. Sharapova has reached the final just once since, winning it all in 2004.

Meanwhile, world No. 2 Victoria Azarenka has yet to get past the semifinals in London. 

With all three of those threats on the opposite side of the draw, Williams won't have to worry about facing any of them until the final.

With a 17th career Grand Slam singles victory this July, Serena Williams would tie Roger Federer for sixth-most on the all-time list, one shy of tying Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova for fourth all-time.


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