Eurosport will have exclusive coverage of the tournament in key markets including Belgium, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, Romania, Russia and Sweden.
As well as comprehensive coverage of the tournament on Eurosport linear channels, every match from every available court will be available to watch on Eurosport Player, meaning viewers will have access to around 250 hours of live coverage via Eurosport.
Eurosport announced earlier this month that it will show the main Show Court from the qualifying tournament for the Championships, live from Roehampton in all 34 territories the week before the main tournament starts (from Monday, June 26).
Eurosport’s global ambassador Mats Wilander will front the network’s coverage with the seven-time Grand Slam winner interviewing the big winners and losers at Wimbledon as well as offering his unique in-depth insights and observations to millions of fans across Europe in Mats’ Day.
“Our strategy at Eurosport is to secure premium must-have content, made available to fans on any device,” said Eurosport CEO Peter Hutton.
“Through our extended agreement with the All England Lawn Tennis Club we now have every Grand Slam available on our platforms in at least 34 territories across Europe – making Eurosport the go-to destination for fans that want to watch the best tennis players in the world perform their craft.”
Eurosport will present The Championships, Wimbledon, exclusively live in Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan; exclusivity except when local players compete in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania; and non-exclusively in Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and United Kingdom (Finals and daily highlights).