With most of the world’s media distracted by the World Cup, its easy to forget that Wimbledon 2014 is gathering pace, find out how you can watch Wimbledon 2014 online. The mens Round 4 resumes tomorrow with Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and current champion Andy Murray hoping to make it through to the quarter finals. Former champion Nadal is hoping to make up for recent disappointments at Wimbledon, after making 5 consecutive Wimbledon finals to only winning one match in 2 years. As for the women, 5 time champion Serena Williams took a shock exit at the hands of Alize Cornet preventing her reaching the quarter finals. In 15 Wimbledon visits, Serena has only failed to reach the latter stages 3 times. All eyes are on former Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova as she is set to take on Angelique Kerber from Germany in the last 16.
The BBC will of course be showing all the action online with options to watch any match you want. Extensive coverage will be throughout the tournament but you might not be able to watch it all if you are outside the UK. Attempting to access BBC iPlayer abroad will encounter a regional restriction, only allowing those in the UK to watch it. If you use a service like Le VPN, which can change your virtual location, you can access all the features as if you were in the country.
Round 4 will kick off on Monday with Andy Murray hoping to make it into the quarter finals, taking on 20th seed Kevin Anderson at 15:00 BST. This year, Murray is arguably looking stronger than last year when he ended Britain’s 77 year old wait for a male Wimbledon champion.
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