The BBC Sports Channel and BBC Sports Website have provided more ways to watch the Tennis at Wimbledon this year.
The BBC have reported that they will be providing viewers with more ways to watch the live action at Wimbledon than ever before.
The BBC sports presenter Sue Barker can now be seen on BBC 1, BBC 1 HD, BBC 2 and BBC HD Channel.
There will also be a live streaming on the BBC Sport website as well as interviews and highlights of matches.
Get Wimbledon updates on your mobile phone and tablet.
The BBC have announced plans that for the first time Wimbledon fans will be able to catch up with this years tennis through their mobile phones and tablets.
The 126th Wimbledon Championships running from June 25 – July 8 can also be viewed on the BBC Red Button which will be offering an alternative match on Freeview including a highlights and replays of Today at Wimbledon.
John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Tim Henman, Lindsay Davenport and Pat Cash will be making up the Wimbledon television team with presenter John Inverdale on BBC 2 and HD’s Today at Wimbledon every evening from 8pm.
Even more ways to view Wimbledon’s tennis coverage.
If you are lucky enough to have the new BBC Sport app then you will be able to access the BBC’s interactive coverage.
The Sport app which was launched in April on Virgin Media TiVo, Sony PS3’s and Panasonic televisions, will give viewers the chance to switch between live streams of games, as well as being able to catch up on clips from the tennis highlights.
The BBC’s trial continues during the Olympic coverage which kicks off three weeks after the Wimbledon Championship ends.
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