Wimbledon 2019 live stream: how to watch final tennis online from anywhere

After a fortnight of surprises, sensational semi-finals and the return of Andy Murray, we've finally made it to Wimbledon 2019 finals weekend. Some of tennis's biggest names are still going for glory – Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic – as they compete to add yet another title to their resumes. Get out the strawberries and cream and watch all the action with a Wimbledon live stream…no matter where in the world you are.

The women's final will be final will be fought out between Serena Williams and Simona Halep – Johanna Konta's loss brought an end to British hopes in the singles in 2019. It should be a cracker, taking place on Saturday.

Last year saw Novak Djokovic win the gentlemen's singles title and he remains favourite to take this year's crown after overcoming Roberto Bautista Agut with relative ease. Across from him will be the GOAT Roger Federer – it could be a real classic.

This is the 133rd Wimbledon Championships and there have been plenty of talking points already at the All England Lawn Tennis Club. Despite homegrown hero Andy Murray not being fit enough to play in the singles this year, he has played some very enjoyable doubles in a formidable team with the awesome Serena Williams.

You can live stream Wimbledon 2019 tennis using the guide below so read on to find out how to get your lawn tennis fix from anywhere in the world.

Use a VPN to live stream all the tennis at Wimbledon from outside your country

One of the most prestigious events on the sporting calendar, Wimbledon 2019 is of course being broadcast worldwide with some countries (Australia, New Zealand and, naturally, the UK) getting free Wimbledon live streams. Not so much luck if you're across the Atlantic – sorry US tennis fans.

But if you don't have easy access to watch Wimbledon when away from your country and want to catch all of that geo-blocked domestic coverage, then you can still watch it by downloading and installing a VPN. That way you can login to a server back in your country and then watch as if you were sat in the British Isles.

Wimbledon 2019 – final matches

Saturday July 13

Ladies' singles – 2pm BST
Serena Williams vs Simona Halep

Gentlemen's doubles – approx 3.15pm BST
Nicolas Mahut & Édouard Roger-Vasselin vs Juan Sebastián Cabal & Robert Farah

Ladies' doubles – approx 5.15pm BST
Barbora Strýcová & Hsieh Su-wei vs Gabriela Dabrowski & Xu Yifan

Sunday July 14

Gentlemen's singles – 2pm BST
Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer

Mixed doubles – approx 4pm BST
Jeļena Ostapenko & Robert Lindstedt vs Latisha Chan & Ivan Dodig

How to live stream Wimbledon 2019 in the UK for free

Live stream Wimbledon for FREE at Wimbledon.com and YouTube

Wimbledon.com is globally live streaming action and that goes for Wimbledon's YouTube channel, too, so handy if you want to watch via an app on your mobile phone or tablet.

The trouble is, assuming Wimbledon 2019 is the same as last year, it doesn't have the rights to show the big action from the show courts – that becomes a particular problem if you're only interested in the top seeds and as the fortnight reaches its climax. We reckon you should stick to the breadth of coverage offered by the BBC if you can.

How to watch Wimbledon 2019: live stream in the US

It's also worth noting that ESPN+ will have additional Wimbledon live stream coverage from the outer courts.

Logging in to the broadcast from overseas is also a great option using a US VPN and following the instructions above.

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Where is Wimbledon 2019?

The annual tournament takes place at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club in south west London. The venue has held the Wimbledon Tennis Championships – the sport’s oldest tournament – since its inception in 1877. It now attracts an attendance of over 470,000 people over the course of the thirteen-day competition.

How much money do you get if you win Wimbledon?

Since 2007 there’s been parity in what the winners of the Ladies' Singles and the winner of the Gentlemen's Singles each receive –this year’s champions will both receive £2.35 million each.

The men’s and women’s doubles champions will receive £540,000 per pair, while the Mixed Doubles champions receive £116,000 per pair. In total there’s a bumper prize pot of £34million (around $42million) in total prize money to be shared amongst competitors taking part in this year’s Wimbledon Championships.

How many sets are there in Wimbledon tennis? 

The Wimbledon Championships are played under Grand Slam tournament rules.

This means that the Men's singles competition uses the best of five sets format, where the player who can clinch three sets first wins the game. For the Women’s singles it’s a best-of-three format, whereby winning two sets ensures victory.

The Men’s doubles, Women’s doubles and mixed doubles also use the best-of-three format at Wimbledon.

Who are the current Wimbledon champions?

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic is the current Gentlemen’s champ, having beaten South Africa’s Kevin Anderson in last year’s final in straight sets.

The 2018 Ladies' champion was Germany’s Angelique Kerber, who suffered a shock defeat in the second round of this year’s tournament at the hands of the USA’s Lauren Davies.

Who are the favourites for Wimbledon 2019?

Defending Men’s champion Novak Djokovic is the current clear favourite with Betfair with veteran stars Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer nestling in behind.

Meanwhile, seven-time winner Serena Williams is their favourite to be crowned Women’s Champion.

How can I buy Wimbledon tickets? Are they available from Ticketmaster? 

If you’re prepared for a very early morning queue – and potentially camping out the night before – there are a limited amount of tickets available for the show courts on a first come, first served basis each day, except for the last four days of the tournament on Centre Court. If you’re happy to settle for just a ground pass and soak up the atmosphere on the lower courts, you’ll need to turn up a few hours before the gates open at 10.30am.

If all that feels like too much hard work, tickets are often available via Ticketmaster with returns and unwanted tickets released on the site on a regular basis during the tournament.

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