Where to watch the Men’s Wimbledon Final 2018

After a thrilling fortnight of tennis the action at the All England Club reaches its climax today as Novak Djokovic targets his first Grand Slam title in two years against Kevin Anderson at the Wimbledon final.

12 times major winner, Djokovic has not won a major since his 2016 French Open victory. The Serb previously held the number one ranking for 223 weeks and has also completed a career Grand Slam with his 2016 win at Roland Garros. Anderson on the other hand is hoping for his first major and the clash promises to be great sports TV viewing, although both players pushed themselves to the limit in their respective semi-finals.

The Men’s Final begins at 2pm on Sunday and is live on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 Live and online at the BBC Sport website. Viewers can also watch the match on the BBC iPlayer which is available on most smart devices. Fans can also watch the match via Amazon Fire TV, Sky HD & Sky Q, YouView, BT Vision, Freeview Play, NOW TV, Virgin Media,

The BBC iPlayer will show all the action from Wimbledon on their multi-platform app. This app is available on both Apple iPhone, iPad and most Android devices and is free to download.

Amazon will be streaming the match for the first time for Amazon Prime subscribers, whilst the Wimbledon YouTube channel will be streaming. Users can also tune in via Amazon Fire TV, YouView, BT TV, Sky HD, Sky Q, Samsung TV, NOW TV, Freeview Play and Virgin Media.

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