It’s Ladies Quarterfinals day at Wimbledon and all eight women left in the tournament are in action on Tuesday, including three Americans. Unseeded Coco Vandeweghe is first up on Centre Court, as she looks to dispatch fourth seed Maria Sharpapova. The 23-year-old from California, ranked 47th in the world, is yet to drop a set at this year’s tournament, and saw off French Open finalist Lucie Safarova in the previous round.
Serena Williams keeps Old Glory flying over Centre Court has she steps up to play Victoria Azarenka. The two-time Australian Open champion from Belarus has cruised into the quarter finals without dropping a set, but has yet to face a player remotely close to the quality of Williams.
The third and final American onto the grass Tuesday is 21-seed Madison Keys, who is last out onto Court No.1 to face Agnieszka Radwanska
The other big match of Tuesday sees Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson return to No.1 Court to finish their 4th Round match, tied at two-sets apiece. The Serb had all the momentum as the match came to a premature close, and will have been disappointed to leave the court. Their match resumes at 1pm BST.
Here’s a full rundown of Tuesday’s Order of Play on the show courts:
Centre Court (from 1pm)
Maria Sharapova vs. Coco Vandeweghe
Serena Williams vs. Victoria Azarenka
Court No.1 (from 1pm)
Novak Djokovic vs. Kevin Anderson
Gabine Muguruza vs. Timea Bacsinszky
Madison Keys vs. Agnieszka Radwanska
BBC One and BBC Two have extensive coverage of the full day’s play in the UK, starting 12:30pm BST on BBC Two and 1:45pm on BBC One. The BBC will be covering multiple matches via the Red Button, and will also have live commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live.
In the US, ESPN and ESPN2 has full live coverage from 8am Eastern all the way through until 4:00pm.
If you can’t get in front of a TV this Tuesday, here’s how to watch online and on mobile:
Watch Wimbledon Tennis Live Online
In the UK, you can watch live online coverage of Wimbledon for absolutely nothing via the BBC iPlayer site. They’ll have multiple matches for you to choose from. While you really should have a TV license and be in the UK to watch, there are many, many ways to use BBC’s iPlayer service from outside the British Isles. Google it.
In the US, if you have the log-in info for a cable subscription with access to Watch ESPN, you can watch the game at WatchESPN.com. You’ll need a cable log-in and password, or the log-in and password of someone you know, to access the stream.
Watch Wimbledon Tennis Live on Mobile
Mobile users in the UK can watch all 13 days of Wimbledon live and for free via the BBC iPlayer app, which is available to download from the App Store or Google Play store. No subscription is required, though you should have a Television License to watch.
Mobile and tablet users with access to Watch ESPN can watch the game on the Watch ESPN app. As is the case with desktop, you’ll need the log-in for a cable subscription with access to ESPN. You can download the app for free in the App Store or Google Play store.