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Grass courts, white clothes, strawberries, cream, and of course BBC coverage – just some of the familiar notions that will come around again next week when the 2022 Wimbledon Championships get underway. But this time around, the television coverage will be particularly poignant, with Sue Barker confirming it will be her last tournament after 30 years of presenting.

The action will get underway on Monday, and British fans on Centre Court in particular are in for a treat. Defending men’s champion Novak Djokovic will get things underway, before Emma Raducanu makes her debut appearance on the showcase court

The day will be rounded off by Andy Murray, who at 35 still harbours hopes of a fairytale run, and maybe even a third Wimbledon crown. But for those not lucky enough to have tickets, or even access to the BBC, there is still opportunity to watch the action for free.

In the UK, the BBC iPlayer will also allow fans to stream the action live via their computers or even on their mobile phones. But for those who live abroad, or happen to be on holiday during the famous fortnight, all is not lost.

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A VPN, or virtual private network, will allow tennis fanatics to stream live even when not in the UK. What’s more, the process is legal and all that will be essential is connection to the internet.

There are plenty of VPN services available, with tomsguide.com providing guidance on further options. And of course, there will be some television companies abroad showing limited live coverage of the tournament as well.

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