The BBC is to stream 10 video feeds to smart TVs, apps and web browsers as part of its annual coverage of Wimbledon.
Viewers can watch the BBC’s digital Wimbledon coverage across PC, tablet, mobile and connected TV – and will be able to access 10 live streams during the tournament.
The 10 live streams, giving access to alternative courts, can also be accessed via the BBC Sport website.
Live text commentaries, news, videos, highlights and a regular column and Q&As with the British number one, Andy Murray, are also featured online. The BBC Sport app is available free for Apple and Android devices.
Sue Barker will be at the helm, once again, for BBC Television during the 127th All England Lawn Tennis Association Championships as she brings increased live coverage on BBC One, BBC One HD and BBC Two and BBC Two HD.
Programming on BBC TV will start at 11.30am for the first eight days of the tournament (Monday to Monday) and each weekday will culminate with Today At Wimbledon as John Inverdale dissects the day’s play with key moments and highlights from 8pm, on BBC Two and BBC Two HD.
The full Wimbledon 2013 BBC Television schedule is available as a PDF to download.