How to Watch Wimbledon Online Free (2022): Tennis Live Stream
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Wimbledon – the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world – is about to begin, providing grass-court excitement among tennis’ most elite players.
Looking to catch the action live from London? Continue reading. Below is everything you need to know about the famous tournament, including where to watch Wimbledon on TV, how to stream Wimbledon online in 2022 and even some hacks to watch Wimbledon free online.
When is Wimbledon? Dates 2022
Wimbledon 2022 starts on June 27 and ends on July 10. The Wimbledon 2022 final will take place on July 9 and 10.
How to watch Wimbledon on TV
Be aware that Wimbledon matches start as early as 6 a.m. ET / 3 a.m. PT, so be sure to set your DVR (or alarm).
How to watch Wimbledon online without cable
Don’t have a cable? No problem. Below are some ways to stream Wimbledon live online in 2022. All of these options will allow you to watch Wimbledon live on streaming devices such as Roku, Firestick and Apple TV, as well as smart TVs, phones and tablets.
1. Stream Wimbledon on Sling
The best way to watch Wimbledon online is to get a live TV streaming service. Sling is one of our favorites, offering 31 live TV channels for a very reasonable price of $35 per month (plus $10 off your first month). ESPN is included in the cheapest package, Sling Orange, allowing you to watch Wimbledon live online throughout the tournament. Sling Orange also includes 50 hours of DVR space, so you can record Wimbledon matches to watch at a more reasonable time.
2. Stream Wimbledon on DirecTV Stream
If you want more live TV channels including ESPN to stream Wimbledon online, check out DirecTV Stream. It’s basically a DirecTV cable subscription turned into a streaming service, offering access to over 140 live TV channels. You also get unlimited cloud DVR storage to record any Wimbledon matches that happen too early in the morning.
DirecTV Stream costs $69.99 per month for the starter package (which includes ESPN), but right now they’re offering $15 off your first two months. Additionally, DirecTV Stream starts with a five-day free trial before you pay.
3. Stream Wimbledon on fuboTV
FuboTV is another great live TV streaming service. With ESPN in its lineup of channels, it’s an easy way to watch Wimbledon online without cable. Besides ESPN, fuboTV gives you over 200 channels and the service costs $69.99 per month after a seven-day free trial. fubo also lets you store up to 1000 hours of DVR recordings, which comes in handy for early morning Wimbledon matches.
How to stream Wimbledon for free online
If you want to stream Wimbledon online for free, you’re in luck: using fuboTV and DirecTV Stream free trials, you can watch Wimbledon live streams for free for 12 days. This will allow you to stream Wimbledon for free for almost the entire tournament (it lasts 14 days in total), making it a good way to watch tennis without paying.
Check out DirecTV Stream’s five-day free trial here and head over to fubo.tv for their seven-day free trial.
Wimbledon 2022: player rankings, predictions
As always, the Wimbledon 2022 tournament attracts the best tennis players in the world.
A good surprise is the return of Serena Williams. The seven-time Wimbledon champion has not played a competitive singles match in a year due to a torn hamstring at Wimbledon last year. Her ranking fell to 1,204th place, but if she won this year’s tournament, it would be her 24th Grand Slam title.
The No. 1 women’s seed belongs to Iga Swiatek after winning Roland Garros earlier this month. Anett Kontaveit, Ons Jabeur and Paula Badosa are currently behind Swiatek in the standings.
In the men’s division, Novak Djokovic holds the No. 1 seed, followed by this year’s men’s French Open champion, Rafael Nadal. Matteo Berrettini, Carlos Alcaraz and Felix Auger Aliassime are other contenders with a decent chance of lifting the trophy.
Notable absences include Russian players Daniil Medvedev (men’s world No. 1) and Aryna Sabalenka (women’s world No. 6). Wimbledon announced in April that no Russian players would be allowed to compete in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.