Wimbledon officially kicks off Monday. Defending champion Novak Djokovic is the top seed for the year’s tournament, followed by eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer in second place.
On the women’s side, Ashleigh Barty from Australia is the top seed, followed by Naomi Osaka, winner of the U.S. and Australian open.
The tournament begins on July 1st and runs through July 13th for women and July 14th for the men.
In the United States, the tournament will air on ESPN. It will also be live streamed on WatchESPN.
If you have a cable subscription that includes ESPN, that means you can catch all the action on TV or through ESPN’s site. If you don’t, there are a number of streaming options that offer the channel.
Sling TVs $25/month Orange package includes ESPN, and is your cheapest option. Sling also offers a free trial, so if you haven’t taken it out for a spin yet you can watch today’s game for free during your free trial period.
YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now
YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now all offer both ESPN and ABC and cost $40-$45/month. They also offer free trial options.
Wimbledon.com already has a ton of pre-conference videos up that are worth a look. They also have a spot where they’ll post scores to matches so you can follow along during the tournament, and if you’re an ESPN subscriber, you can stream the matches directly on the Wimbledon website.