The Official iOS App for The Championships, Wimbledon, the only tennis Grand Slam on grass. Live from the All England Lawn Tennis Club, London.
The Championships, Wimbledon runs from 1 July to 14 July 2019, with qualifying starting from 24 June. This app will cover the build-up, qualifying, and every ball hit during the Wimbledon Fortnight. It will also update all year round with news, photos and videos from Wimbledon, and visitor information for those attending the Museum & Tour.
Key features include:
LIVE real-time scores, results and match statistics from every match on every court, qualifying and main draw.
LIVE video: Live coverage of Qualifying & featured coverage of main draw on The Wimbledon Channel – live from 9am to close of play, including live match action, interviews, features and around the Grounds.
LIVE radio: Daily coverage of The Championships and Qualifying, including live ball-by-ball commentary of Centre Court and No.1 Court
LIVE updates of all the action around the Grounds.
Videos: highlights, behind the scenes, features, interviews, previews and classic matches.
Personalised player-related alerts and play status.
Order of play and tournament schedule.
Photos from matches, behind the scenes and around the Grounds.
Register & Login to MyWIMBLEDON: Allowing the fan to choose which types of information they wish to see for the players or country of their choice. Save your favourite content for viewing later across all your platforms.
Plan Your Visit: Let us know when you are visiting to start your countdown to your day at Wimbledon. The app lists key things to assist you in preparing for your visit.
If you are visiting Wimbledon, will we send push messages to your device offering advice and information throughout the day. To receive these, you should ensure Bluetooth is enabled, and accept location-based messages when you install the app. If you are not visiting Wimbledon there is no need to activate this functionality.
Fixes for the order of play section.
Ratings and Reviews
I find it so frustrating to see women’s tennis most often sent to streaming . I pay already for the Cable to allow me to see these channels. As a tennis player I do not need as many comments, warming up or watching the guys have a drink. I get to see the last point and a handshake from top women players and USA women are barely shown . Women are tired of paying . All of my tennis friends now make a joke about it .
Why not put women’s tennis on a separate channel ? Please think about it Ash B can be playing a great match and we break to a commentary on Roger , watch him walk in, the toss, the warm up and then sit, have a drink ... then they start meanwhile we have not seen the excellent match we are told about, but could see if we pay more on plus !
This 72 year old says It is insulting!
I am very pleased with ESPN’s coverage from Wimbledon. I like the commentators and enjoy their comments on the different players. I’ve enjoyed every match I’ve seen and I commend the players for being so gracious with their opponents win or lose. I only saw one player show rudeness when she lost her match. Never spoke to the gal that won and left the court without waiting to walk off court with opponent. Being disappointed with a loss has to be frustrating, however, that’s no excuse for being disrespectful to an opponent and acting unprofessional by representing the best tennis players at Wimbledon. Besides practicing tennis on the court, I believe she needs to practice her behavior, her manners and learn to be a real professional. 🇺🇸
My Wimbledon Experience.
Boy what a time I had to finally fulfill a life long dream of making it to Wimbledon to was tennis at the classic All England Tennis Club where stars are born and legends live forever. Even more special was me getting to see my tennis heroine Serena Williams G. O. A. T play on Day 1 of the championships. I had the time of my life walking the grounds shopping for Wimbledon souvenirs while bumping into friends who made the journey as well and sharing a cold drink, strawberries & cream, laughing and reminiscing about all things tennis.
I simply loved it. I got to see why Wimbledon is prestigious amongst players and those that come from far and near to watch. I’ll be BACK.........
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
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- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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