2013 Wimbledon Tennis: Live Streaming, TV Schedule and Tickets Info

The 2013 Wimbledon tennis tournament continues in England as the summer month of July starts up.  Wimbledon will crown its newest men's and women's singles champions by July 7, with the fourth round starting up on Monday, July 1.  We've got your look here at how to watch Wimbledon live streaming online, on your TV, and in person, for those lucky enough to be in England for this year's event!

The Wimbledon tennis tournament will be shown on ESPN's television channels and their sports network online, called ESPN3 or WatchESPN.  Certain cable or satellite subscribers have access to the free live streaming sports service around the United States, giving them the ability to watch events on their computers or mobile devices.  Wimbledon coverage usually starts up early in the morning on both TV and the live streams.  See more info here at WatchESPN for the lineup of which courts or matchups will be on the schedule for the particular.

The NBC channel and its live extra website usually presents televised and live stream coverage of tennis tournaments such as Wimbledon towards the final rounds.  NBC Sports Live Extra is free to most internet users around the United States right now, and has shown events such as the NHL Stanley Cup Finals and the French Open for tennis.  They'll also be covering Tour de France in July.

For those who are able to be at Wimbledon live and in person, there may be tickets available for watching the tournament.  We searched Stub Hub recently and found there were very few tickets available for each of the different rounds, and they were rather high-priced.  However, for those who have the extra cash and want to see the live tennis, here's a link to the latest tickets available: StubHub Wimbledon tickets.

Among the stars still competing at this year's edition of Wimbledon in England are Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams, Andy Murray, David Ferrer, Laura Robson, Petra Kvitova and Tommy Haas.  Several big stars have been shockingly eliminated from this year's competition including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova, all of whom were sent home early.

It's going to be interesting to see who emerges as the men's and women's champions at this year's Wimbledon tennis tournament.  Make sure not to miss it online, on TV or live in person if you can go!

See latest Wimbledon schedules of play here.


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