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Williams vs Muguruza Live Stream: Watch tennis online for free today

Williams vs Muguruza Live Stream: How to watch online for free

Two of the biggest stars of Wimbledon 2017 are set to go head-to-head tomorrow as the Women’s Final takes place on Saturday. Here’s how to follow all the action live online as America’s Venus Williams faces off against Spain’s Garbiñe Muguruza.

This has been a great year for tennis, but we’re expecting some of the best action of Wimbledon 2017 to take place during the women’s final on Saturday.

In a match that’s really too close to call, Williams and Muguruza will play ball on the Centre Court, both vying for the Venus Rosewater Dish – and all of the accompanying acclaim to boot.

Ready to watch the match? Here’s what you need to know.

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Williams vs Muguruza: How to live stream for free

Today’s final is scheduled to take place on Centre Court in SW19 at 2pm BST (9am ET).

As usual the BBC has broadcasting rights to the entire Wimbledon event, and will begin broadcasting related content from 1pm BST. This means that if you’re a UK TV license holder, you can stream the match online for free completely legally.

If you’re trying to watch online then head over to the BBC iPlayer website, or just download the iPlayer app on your mobile device instead.

Here are all the links you’ll need:

Alternatively, options for our global readers including ESPN’s website over in the States, where you can watch the match online provided you have the right cable TV subscription, and Fox Sports in Australia. Indian streaming platform Hotstar, which may also work in other regions, is also worth a shout.

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