Murray vs Tsitsipas live stream: How to watch the Wimbledon 2023 tennis free online, Murray leads

Britain's Andy Murray celebrates beating Britain's Ryan Peniston after their men's singles tennis match on the second day of the 2023 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Tennis Club
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Andy Murray faces a stern challenge to keep his Wimbledon hopes alive when he meets Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas in round two of the Wimbledon 2023 men’s singles tournament. The Brit breezed through the first round but faces a huge step up in quality is he's to finish off the fifth seed on Centre Court today. Murray leads 7-6, 6- 7, 6-4. Match concludes not before 10am ET / 3pm BST. 

Wimbledon is airing for FREE in some countries. But don't worry if you're on holiday while it's on — because you can watch Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams from anywhere with a VPN.

Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams: TV schedule, dates

► Date: Continues today (Friday, July 7)
► Time: estimated for around 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. BST
► U.S. — ESPN via SlingTV
► Watch anywhereTry ExpressVPN 100% risk free

Ten years on from his first Wimbledon triumph, Murray shows incredible fight in recent years after having a metal cap inserted into his hip in 2019. The former world number one was almost forced to retire from the sport due to injury four years ago but has slowly worked his way back up the rankings and is beginning to show signs of the form that helped him reach 11 Grand Slam finals, winning three of them. 

The 36-year-old beat fellow Brit Ryan Peniston 6-3 6-0 6-1 in the first round on Tuesday and has had plenty of time to recover, while Tsitsipas came through a five-set epic against Dominic Thiem that finished late on Wednesday evening. The 24-year-old is no stranger to going deep in Slam tournaments, having reached the final of the French Open in 2021 and the Australian Open final earlier this year. 

However, Tsitsipas has struggled to find his best form on the grass courts at SW19 and has never made it past the fourth round. He also knows he’ll have little support from a crowd that will be roaring Murray on. "Centre Court is almost like his living room so I’m not expecting there to be anyone supporting me," he joked after his 3-6 7-6 (7-1) 6-2 6-7 (5-7) 7-6 (10-8)  victory over Thiem. 

The pair have only met twice before, with Tsitsipas coming through a fiery encounter at the US Open when Murray accused him of cheating for taking a lengthy eight-minute toilet break before the fifth set. The Scot then gained his revenge a year later when he secured a straight sets win on grass courts in Stuttgart. 

Fans can expect high-quality tennis and plenty of long baseline rallies in the conclusion of this must-watch tennis match. Catch this epic Wimbledon clash by tuning into a free Murray vs Tsitsipas live stream. Scroll down for details, the daily schedule and the seeds. 

FREE Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams

How to watch Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams for FREE in 2023

If you want to cheer on homer favourite Andy Murray and you're lucky enough to live in the U.K. then you can look forward to a FREE Murray vs Tsitsipas live stream in 2023.

That's because the free-to-air BBC and BBC iPlayer has the rights to the action and will be showing wall-to-wall coverage of Wimbledon 2023. 

But what if you're usually based in the U.K. but aren't at home for a particular Wimbledon live stream? Maybe you're on holiday and don't want to spend money on pay TV in another country, when you'd usually be able to watch for free at home?

Don't worry — you can watch it via a VPN instead. We'll show you how to do that below.

Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams around the world

How to watch Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams from anywhere with a VPN

A VPN, or virtual private network, makes it look as if you're surfing the web from your home country, rather than the one you're in. That means you can access the streaming services you already pay for, from anywhere on Earth. Or anywhere that has an internet connection, at least.

For instance, a Brit who's currently in the U.S. could watch Wimbledon – including the Murray vs Tsitsipas live stream – on BBC iPlayer, even though they're not in the U.K. 

They're totally legal, inexpensive and easy to use. We've tested lots of the best VPN services and our favourite right now is ExpressVPN. It's fast, works on loads of devices and even offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. 


Safety, speed and simplicity combine to make ExpressVPN our favorite VPN service. It's also compatible with loads of devices and there's a 30-day money-back guarantee if you want to try it out.

Using a VPN is incredibly simple.

1. Install the VPN of your choice. As we've said, ExpressVPN is our favourite.

2. Choose the location you wish to connect to in the VPN app. For instance, if you're in the U.S. and want to view a U.K. service, you'd select U.K. from the list.

3. Sit back and enjoy the action. Head to BBC iPlayer and watch the Murray vs Tsitsipas live stream.

How to watch Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams in the US

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Tennis fans in the U.S. will want ESPN to catch the Wimbledon live streams, including today's second round clash between two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and fifth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas. 

The cable service will have extensive coverage from the All England Lawn Tennis Club on ESPN, ESPN2 and the ESPN Plus streaming service, while ABC will also broadcast some live matches. In total, there'll be 1,500 hours of action across all 18 courts, plus highlights and more.

ESPN is available through most cable packages as well as some of the best cable TV alternatives, including Sling TV, Fubo.TV, YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV.  

Our pick of these would be Sling TV. The Sling Orange package costs just $40 per month and comes with more than 30 channels including ESPN. Plus, right now Sling is offering new subscribers a $25 discount for the first month

Tennis Channel is available on both Sling TV (with the Sport Extra add-on) and Fubo. 

Fubo costs $75 per month for 166 channels and includes ESPN and the Tennis Channel. It also offer a 7-day free trial.


Sling TV offers two packages, both of which start at $40 a month. The Sling Orange option comes with 30-plus channels, including ESPN. Sling Blue has the Tennis Channel if you add Sports Extra for $11/month more. Either way, Sling is currently offering a chunky discount off the first month.


If you love sports, you might want to check out Fubo. Prices start from $75 a month, which includes dozens of sports channels such as ESPN and the Tennis Channel. Better still, new users get a 7-day free trial.

If you already use those services but aren't in the U.S. right now, you can watch Wimbledon live streams by using a VPN such as ExpressVPN. And if, for whatever reason, you can't get it working, do remember that you have the comfort of a 30-day money back guarantee with ExpressVPN.

How to watch Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams in the UK

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British tennis lovers also have a couple of options to watch the 2023 Wimbledon live streams. For starters, the whole tournament – including Andy Murray vs Stefanos Tsitsipas – will air for FREE on BBC and BBC iPlayer.

There'll be comprehensive coverage every day of the tournament, with host Sue Barker ably supported by Tim Henman, John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Billie Jean King, Pat Cash and other former stars.

BBC One, BBC To and BBC iPlayer will have live action from the tournament from 11 a.m. BST each day, plus there'll be up to 18 courts to choose from on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

As well as airing on BBC, Wimbledon highlights will be shown each night on Discovery Plus and Eurosport. Both BBC and Discovery Plus/Eurosport will show the men's and women's finals.

Going on holiday this week or next? Sign up to ExpressVPN or another VPN service and you'll be able to use the services you already subscribe to.

How to watch Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams in Canada

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Canadians can get all the Wimbledon action on TSN (in English) or RSN (in French), as part of a cable TV package. If they've cut the cord, they can sign up for TSN or RDS streaming accounts for $7.99 (CAD) a day or $19.99 per month.

Not at home right now? Use ExpressVPN or another VPN service to trick your device into thinking you're still in Canada.

How to watch Murray vs Tsitsipas live streams in Australia

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Aussies can watch the 2023 Wimbledon live streams on Channel Nine, which means the big games such as Murray vs Tsitsipas will also air on the on-demand service 9Now.

That's great news wherever you are, because 9Now is available for free if an Australian postcode. Aussies who aren't in the country right now will simply need to sign up to a VPN such as ExpressVPN in order to watch all the action as if they were back home.

However, 9Now won't have every single match — so to watch it all, ad-free and in up to 4K resolution, you'll need a subscription to Stan Sport.

Stan costs a very reasonable $20 AUD per month ($10 for a standard subscription and $10 for the Sport add-on). A 30-day FREE trial gives you a taste of the platform — and the good news is that the Sport add-on also has a 7-day FREE trial.

2023 Wimbledon Schedule

Men’s and Women’s Singles schedule

  • Second round — July 5-6
  • Third round — July 7-8
  • Fourth round — July 9-10
  • Quarterfinals — July 11-12
  • Women's Semifinals — July 13
  • Men's Semifinals — July 14
  • Women's Final — July 15
  • Men's Final — July 16

2023 Wimbledon Seeds

2023 Wimbledon Men's seeds

  1. Carlos Alcaraz
  2. Novak Djokovic 
  3. Daniil Medvedev
  4. Casper Ruud
  5. Stefanos Tsitsipas
  6. Holger Rune 
  7. Andrey Rublev 
  8. Jannik Sinner

2023 Wimbledon Women's seeds

  1. Iga Swiatek
  2. Aryna Sabalenka
  3. Elena Rybakina
  4. Jessica Pegula
  5. Carolina Garcia
  6. Ons Jabeur
  7. Coco Gauff
  8. Maria Sakkari

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