How to watch Wimbledon online: TV channel, live stream, listen

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The 2017 edition of Wimbledon is underway, and this year's tournament brings plenty of intrigue. 

On the men's side, Andy Murray is looking to defend his crown. In all likelihood we'll see one of the "Big Four" win the event, with Murray, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer once again the top contenders to win the title. But can this year's Wimbledon finally be a breakout Grand Slam for one of the ATP's most promising young players, like Alexander Zverev or Dominic Thiem? Or will the tour's elder statesman continue to reign? 

On the women's side, the field appears wide open with the absence of Serena Williams, who is expecting her first child. Angelique Kerber is the top seed and the reigning runner-up, but the German has been unable to find her stellar 2016 form so far this season. Simona Halep nearly won her first Slam last month at Roland Garros, but she fell short to 20-year-old Jelena Ostapenko, who will look to build on her French Open title—the first of her career—at the All–England Club. In this draw, nothing would surprise. 

Fortunately for you, it's pretty easy to follow Wimbledon online, even when you're at work or on holiday. See how to watch and listen to the 2017 tournament below. 

How to watch

TV: ESPN, ESPN 2 (see a complete TV schedule here)

Live stream: WatchESPN


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