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Where to watch Wimbledon 2015

It’s almost strawberries and cream time again, as Wimbledon 2015 fast approaches. Here’s how to stream your favourite tennis stars battling it out.

Wimbledon 2015 promises to be a thrilling two weeks of top-flight tennis as Novak Djokovic and Petra Kvitova both vie to defend their titles, while the British public cling desperately to any home-grown player who looks even remotely competent.

As always, the BBC will be serving up quality coverage of The Championships, whether you’re using a radio, television or an internet-ready device, so you’ll be able to keep up with every single stroke. Here’s all you need to know about following this year’s tournament.

The BBC will be showing Wimbledon 2015 on:

Freeview and YouView

Wimbledon will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC Two, so if you’re using YouView it’ll simply be a matter of choosing channel 1 or 2. Freeview viewers will have to select channel 101 for BBC One and 102 for BBC Two.

Up to five additional courts can be viewed via Red Button services.

Freesat

Freesat viewers will be able to watch the action on channels 108 for BBC One HD and 102 for BBC Two HD, or 101 and 109 for SD broadcasts.

Sky

If you’re a Sky subscriber you’ll have to point your remote to channel 141 for BBC One HD and 142 for BBC Two HD, or 101 and 102 for SD broadcasts.

Virgin Media

Virgin Media viewers can go to channel 101 and 102 for SD broadcasts or channel 108 for BBC One HD and 162 for BBC Two HD.

iPlayer

Naturally, you’ll be able to stream BBC One and BBC Two to any computer via the Beeb’s iPlayer service. It’s worth noting that you’ll need a television licence to watch live, even if you’re using a computer or tablet.

BBC Sport App

The BBC Sport App will play host to a dedicated tennis section which will broadcast all 15 digital streams on offer. The app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore.

TVPlayer

You’ll also be able to view BBC One and BBC Two via the TVPlayer app, which is available from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store or Amazon Appstore, and via the service’s desktop site, which can be found here.

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