The quarter-finals of Wimbledon 2022 are underway and here’s how to watch the tournament for free in the UK wherever you are, on a TV, tablet, mobile, or laptop device.
Wimbledon Live Stream: How To Watch Tennis for Free
There is a packed schedule of some top class tennis from Wimbledon and you can watch it all live by signing up to Virgin Bet via the link below.
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- Watch Wimbledon LIVE with Virgin Bet
Wednesday’s quarter-final matches include the hot headed Nick Kyrgios vs Cristian Garin, as well as Rafael Nadal vs Taylor Fritz later on in the afternoon.
Cameron Norrie will face defending champion Novak Djokovic in the first semi-final, with a potentially mouthwatering final ahead of us that could include either Kyrgios or Nadal against Djokovic.
The women’s matches begin with Ajla Tomljanovic vs Elena Rybakina and conclude with Simona Halep vs Amanda Anisimova to decide the remaining semi-finalists which will join Ons Jabeur and Tatjana Maria in the last eight.
How To Watch Wimbledon Live On TV
The BBC has comprehensive live coverage of Wimbledon 2022 across TV, radio, online, iPlayer and the mobile app.
The tournament takes place at the All England Club from Monday, 27 June until Sunday, 10 July.
Viewers can watch the best of the action throughout the Championships on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC iPlayer from 11:00 BST daily.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) July 6, 2022
There are also up to 18 courts to choose from on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app.
BBC Radio 5 Live will also be at the heart of the action with live commentary and expert analysis every day, plus a new Wimbledon Daily podcast.
Wimbledon Men’s Quarter-Final Matches Today
|Nick Kyrgios vs Cristian Garin – 2:15pm BST|
|Taylor Fritz vs Rafael Nadal – 2:45pm BST|
Wimbledon Women’s Quarter-Final Matches Today
|Ajla Tomljanovic vs Elena Rybakina – 1:00pm BST|
|Simona Halep vs Amanda Anisimova – 1:30pm BST|
A place in the Wimbledon semi-finals are at stake, and today’s competitors can join the field of Novak Djokovic and Cameron Norrie on the men’s side who have already qualified.
On the women’s side, Ons Jabeur and Maria Tatjana have already qualified for the semis also.