Wimbledon 2019: Results, Wimbledon Points Table & How to Watch Wimbledon Live Online: Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, and Bautista, on the men’s side, while Halep, Svitolina, Strycova, and Serena Williams, on the women’s side, have reached the semifinals of the third Grand Slam of the year.
Wimbledon 2019, the third Grand Slam of the professional tennis circuit, started on July 1 in England as one of the most prestigious events in the world of sports that lasts a total of two weeks.
In the men’s box at Wimbledon, Roger Federer is back at the All England Club in London to continue conquering titles. Federer currently holds the record for eight titles at Wimbledon and is looking for his ninth crown in this 2019 edition.
However, Novak Djokovic, who is in search of his fifth title at Wimbledon, and Rafael Nadal, who is looking for his third title in the prestigious event on turf, are some of the possible obstacles that the Swiss will have to overcome to achieve another crown at the All England Club.
Although Nadal is the main hope for Hispanics in Wimbledon, the Spanish also Roberto Bautista is still alive in the tournament, demonstrating a consistent and powerful game.
The semifinals of Wimbledon will be played as follows: Djokovic vs. Baptist, on the one hand, and the expected Federer vs. Nadal, on the other side of the masculine picture.
Other Hispanic hopes such as Diego Schwartzman, Guido Pella, Leonardo Mayer, Fernando Verdasco, Marcel Granollers, and Feliciano Lopez were already eliminated from the Wimbledon singles chart.
In doubles, Juan Sebastián Cabal with Robert Farah are the main Hispanic bets and are for the first time in the semifinals of Wimbledon to face Klaasen and Venus.
In the women’s box at Wimbledon, Ashleigh Barty was the first seed after winning Roland Garros last month but lost in the fourth round to Alison Riske.
For many, the main favorite is Serena Williams for her great career and what she has done so far in the tournament. Inclusive, in a round of eighteen or fourth round, Williams surpassed one of the Hispanic hopes, Carla Suárez Navarro by 6/2 and 6/2.
Williams is looking for her eighth Wimbledon crown, while the other semifinalists: Simona Halep, Elina Svitolina, and Barbora Strycova, are looking for their first All England Club title.
The Wimbledon 2019 semifinals in the women’s draw will be Williams vs. Strycova and Svitolina vs. Halep.
Other Hispanic hopes, Mónica Puig and Garbiñe Muguruza, already said goodbye to the tournament, as well as other stars of the circuit such as Caroline Wozniacki and Victoria Azarenka.
Cori Gauff, also known as Coco Gauff, was one of the main surprises of Wimbledon after reaching the fourth round with only 15 years and ranking 253 in the world. Unfortunately for Gauff, Simona Halep beat her in that round by 6/3 and 6/3.
Andy Murray was also back, but he competed only in mixed doubles and doubles with Serena Williams as a couple. Murray and Williams won their first matches but fell in the third round of Wimbledon 2019 against Soares and Melichar with a score of 6/3, 4/6 and 6/2.
In the men’s doubles, Murray had Pierre-Hugues Herbert as a couple and although they won their first match, they lost in the second round against Mektic and Skugor with a score of 6/7, 6/4. 6/2 and 6/3.
Wimbledon 2019 schedule of the tennis tournament
Wimbledon began on Monday, July 1 and will end on July 14.
The women’s final is scheduled for Saturday, July 13 at 5 am the Pacific time in the United States (8 am Eastern Time), while the men’s final is scheduled for Sunday, July 14 at 6 am Pacific time. United States (9 am Eastern Time).
How to watch Wimbledon live online?
ESPN and ESPN2 are the main transmission channels of Wimbledon in the United States and you can watch live tennis matches through those channels in different television services or through WatchESPN.com and the WatchESPNapp in iOS and WatchESPN in Android.
In addition, in Wimbledon’s Twitter account, the organization shows some live matches, as well as summaries, comments, live interviews and more.
You can also watch matches on the official Wimbledon website, as well as official Wimbledon apps for iOS and Android.
Those who do not have a cable TV subscription can subscribe to ESPN + to watch Wimbledon live. This service costs the US $ 5 per month.
On the other hand, you can watch Wimbledon matches live through the mentioned channels if you subscribe to other providers:
- Sling TV: US $ 25 monthly with the Orange plan that includes ESPN and ESPN2, but you can do a free trial of the service if you have not already done so.
- YouTube TV: US $ 50 per month, but you can also watch free games if you have not done a test of the service.
- Hulu with Live TV: US $ 45 per month, but they also have a free trial period.
- PlayStation Vue: US $ 50 per month and also offers a trial period to watch free games.
- DirecTV Now: US $ 50 per month, but also offers a trial period.
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