Watch Live @ Wimbledon on YouTube

Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, David Ferrer and Rafael Nadal are already in London getting ready for Wimbledon, the world’s oldest and most prestigious Grand Slam tennis tournament. 

This year, supported by Rolex, Wimbledon’s YouTube channel will have exclusive access throughout The Championships on Live @ Wimbledon.

Catch the key moments of the tennis, interviews, behind the scenes and press conferences throughout the Wimbledon fortnight. You can also relive all the glory days of Wimbledon’s golden moments, such as one of the greatest matches ever played, the 2008 Wimbledon Men's Singles Final: Rafael Nadal vs. Roger Federer.

Round up your friends and learn how to make a fantastic strawberry ice cream for Wimbledon by Jamie Oliver. You can also get closer to the Wimbledon action by serving up your Wimbledon-inspired #shotoftheday photo to win Centre Court tickets. Follow Wimbledon on Google+ now.

Start pressing your tennis whites--it all starts Monday, June 24!

Stephen Nuttall, from YouTube Sports, recently enjoyed the drama of the 2012 Men’s Singles Final - Federer vs. Murray.

Get Ready for a Grand Slam with Live Tennis on YouTube

The Australian Open Series is in full swing, and tennis fans around the world can catch loads of the action this year on YouTube. Tennis Australia is making the series more accessible than ever before by offering full-length match replays, as well as loads of training footage and player interviews.

This week we’ve got live streaming from the Australian Open Qualifying Tournament, and today you can also catch the live Australian Open draw featuring tennis legend John McEnroe.


There will be a slew of of on-demand footage from the full Australian Open Series, including the Brisbane International , Sydney International, Hobart International and the Adelaide World Tennis Challenge. This will include match highlights, player press conferences, and perhaps — a few shirtless training sessions.

And if you are feeling nostalgic, you can recap all the Open action from the past decade through the Archive Playlist on the Australian Open YouTube channel.

Last year saw some fun moments like a dead spot in Hisense Arena and John McEnroe with his pants down, so stay tuned to see what this year will bring!

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