How to Live Stream the Wimbledon Men's Final 2019: Roger Federer vs. Novak Djokovic

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It's the matchup we've been waiting for. Roger Federer will face off against Novak Djokovic in the 2019 Wimbledon final. The number 1 and number 2 in the world will continue their fierce rivalry with Federer searching for his ninth title while Djokovic goes for number five. The two tennis champs have faced off numerous times in the past, and each dual has lived up to the hype.  

We've put together a guide on how to live stream the Wimbledon 2019 Men's Singles Final in the U.S. and U.K. via a TV cable subscription or by streaming from an app on your phone, tablet or laptop. We've even included instructions on how to use a VPN to tune in if you're out of the country. 

 When is the Wimbledon 2019 Men's Single Final? 

The Wimbledon Men's Singles final between Roger Federer and Novac Djokovic will take place on Sunday, July 14 at 9:00 a.m. Eastern | 6:00 a.m. Pacific | 2 p.m. BST. 

Where can I watch the Wimbledon 2019 Men's Singles Final in the U.S.? 

 ESPN owns the rights to the Wimbledon 2019 Finals match, which is good news for most folks because the network is widely available across cable providers at no added cost. 

The Wimbledon 2019 men's singles final will air on the main ESPN channel. 

How can I live stream the 2019 Wimbledon men's singles finals in the U.S.? 

If you're not near a TV, you can stream the final on ESPN's video streaming service from your phone, laptop or streaming box. 

Formerly Watch ESPN, the network's streaming service is now built into the ESPN app, which is available on Android, iOS, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox, PS4 and other platforms. After selecting the "Watch" tab in the ESPN app, just sign in to your cable provider to start viewing the match. 

If you don't have a cable subscription, don't worry. You can still watch the match by signing up for a TV streaming service. Hulu TV ($44.99 a month), PlayStation Vue ($49.99 a month), DirecTV Now ($50 a month), Sling TV ($25 a month) and YouTube TV ($49.99 a month) all include ESPN at no extra charge.

Unfortunately, the ESPN+ ($49.99 a year) subscription streaming service won't be showing the matches, but it will have additional coverage from the outer courts. 

How can I watch the 2019 Wimbledon men's singles finals in the UK? 

BBC will once again broadcast the Wimbledon Grand Slam tournament in the UK. Live coverage and highlights will air on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Red Button. If you're still reeling from the match, then stick around for Today at Wimbledon, which provides nightly recaps and analysis. 

You can also stream the Men's Singles Final via BBC iPlayer in HD. 

How do I use a VPN to watch the Wimbledon 2019 men's singles final? 

If you’re traveling outside the country, but still want to live stream the Wimbledon finals between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, a virtual private network, or VPN, could be an ideal choice. 

Actually choosing a service could be a challenge, but fortunately, we’ve tested out many different offerings to find out who offers the best VPN. Our top pick is ExpressVPN, which offers superb speeds that will meet the needs of most users, but you’ve got other options as well.


ExpressVPN: Our favorite VPN service, ExpressVPN costs as little as $6.77 per month if you sign up for a one-year contract, and there's a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you just need ExpressVPN for rest of time Wimbledon is on, it’s $12.95.


NordVPN: Cheap and secure, NordVPN is just $2.99/month for a three-year contract, while a month of service costs $11.95. NordVPN uses 2048-bit encryption, and makes it easy to use streaming services.


TunnelBear: Performance is just average, but this is one of the simpler VPNs out there, and at $9.99 for one month of service, TunnelBear is a lower-cost option if you just want to use the VPN during the Wimbledon final festivities.

Phillip Tracy is the assistant managing editor at Laptop Mag where he reviews laptops, phones and other gadgets while covering the latest industry news. Previously, he was a Senior Writer at Tom's Guide and has also been a tech reporter at the Daily Dot. There, he wrote reviews for a range of gadgets and covered everything from social media trends to cybersecurity. Prior to that, he wrote for RCR Wireless News covering 5G and IoT. When he's not tinkering with devices, you can find Phillip playing video games, reading, traveling or watching soccer.