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Murray vs Tsonga Live Stream: How to watch the Wimbledon 2016 quarter-finals online for free

It’s not often that Britain’s number one tennis player also happens to be one of the very best in the world. It’s similarly rare that this tennis player is the odds-on favourite to win Wimbledon as we head into the business end of the tournament.

Yet that’s just the curiously rosy situation Andy Murray finds himself in today, on men’s quarter final day.

Before we get too carried away though (too late?), Murray must face down the mercurial Frenchman, Jo-Wilfred Tsonga. Seeded at number 12 himself, Tsonga is a dangerous proposition for the Scot.

Murray will be taking to Centre Court immediately following the Federer vs Cilic match, which is set to commence at 1pm.

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The BBC is covering all the Wimbledon 2016 matches, as always. But with a lessening proportion of Brits splashing out for a TV license, a fair few of you may not have access to a fully hooked-up TV. Even more of you will be at work or school (depending on how quick the preceding match is) and unable to watch this afternoon’s match in the traditional manner.

Fear not. You can watch Murray take on Tsonga online for free. Simply navigate to the iPlayer website on your computer, or download the iPlayer app for your phone or tablet (links below). You’ll have free live access to all of the Wimbledon action.

You can also catch up with all of the day’s action on the BBC Sport website.

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