BBC reveals plans for digital Wimbledon

Over 17 million people watched the BBC’s coverage of Andy Murray’s victory in last year’s Wimbledon men’s final and the magic of Wimbledon is back this summer across the BBC from 23 June-6 July, with unrivalled coverage across television, radio and digital with Sue Barker (BBC One, BBC One HD, BBC Two and BBC Two HD) and Clare Balding (BBC Radio 5 live).

This year, BBC Sport’s digital coverage will be biggest ever for Wimbledon, with up to 12 live streams – more than ever before – available across any device.

BBC Sport’s dedicated Wimbledon live coverage page will combine the BBC’s full selection of live video streams, radio, rolling highlights, text commentary and live votes. Here audiences can join the conversation with all the best comments and opinions from across social media, email and SMS, alongside those from BBC Sport’s expert reporters and pundits.

The BBC Sport website will also offer a range of features, including a column from Andy Murray in the build-up to the tournament, alongside all the latest news, analysis, draws, order of play, live scores and results. The site will also offer highlights, full match replays and video clips.



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